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(3022) 6.2 102 min 2018

Un couteau dans le coeur is a movie starring Vanessa Paradis, Nicolas Maury, and Kate Moran. Paris, summer 1979. Anne is a producer of cheap gay porn. When Lois, her editor and companion, leaves her, she attempts to get her back by...

Starring
Vanessa Paradis, Nicolas Maury, Kate Moran, Jonathan Genet
Genres
Romance, Horror, Thriller, Drama
Director
Yann Gonzalez

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Horror, Thriller, Drama
Director Yann Gonzalez
Writer Cristiano Mangione, Yann Gonzalez
Stars Vanessa Paradis, Nicolas Maury, Kate Moran, Jonathan Genet
Country France, Mexico, Switzerland
Also Known As Messer im Herz, Knife+Heart, Cuchillo y corazón, La daga en el corazón, En kniv i hjertet, 插心之刀, En kniv i hjärtat, Knife + Heart, Nóz + serce, Faca no Coração, Coração Aberto
Runtime 1H 42M
Description Paris, summer 1979. Anne is a producer of cheap gay porn. When Lois, her editor and companion, leaves her, she attempts to get her back by making a more ambitious film with the flamboyant Archibald.

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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 22:26

Hollywood recently re-released the classic Bikini scene with a fresh, gritty, chic and even sexier twist. But in the video store, I could not find the movie that originally starred Melanie Griffith. I mean it was pretty long and very boring, but with the two new actresses, the film seemed worth watching. "Cookie Monster" stars Anna Faris and Rachel Weisz as two women with a very special connection. Faris plays Susan, a woman who loves the movie Cookie Monster and loves everything it stands for. She is a one woman show that enjoys some money. She is also a perfectionist in every aspect of her life, even her sexuality. And she loves her self as her art. She is a woman that will not hesitate in telling her lover about the state of her body or even on her personal life. But when she meets a man that looks like her boyfriend and that is well hung, then suddenly, it is out of the blue and she begins to question her own life and career. She decides to "date" the Cookie Monster for the first time, which can be considered a kind of assault to her as she doesn't want to compromise in the most intimate part of her life. The problem with this movie is that I am not sure if it is for everyone. I know I never liked it, because of the sex scenes and the biker scene. If you are looking for something cool and original, then this movie is not for you. But if you are looking for a film that will stimulate your imagination, and if you love movies that actually make you think and think and think, then this movie is for you. There is no torture porn and you will not be shocked with a simple erotic scene. It's much more about a woman that deals with her life in a way that is completely different from the average Hollywood movie.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 11:20

The title itself is misleading, as this is not the same movie as the title suggests. It's a story about two people who are not what they seem to be and who try to uncover what's behind their actions. The main character, Pasha, is an impressionable teenage girl who has become addicted to computers and, in the process, has come into contact with the illegal world of underground gambling. Her life is thrown into chaos when she and her cousin Ro, run a local betting scam in which they end up winning a lot of money but also destroying the life of one of their friends. The two go on a great spree of greed and violence until they end up in a mental hospital and end up not recognising each other, which turns out to be the best thing that could have happened to them. This is a very interesting movie with a lot of life lessons in it. This movie has a lot of twists, one of which is actually not explained until about an hour and a half in. I think that the ending would have been much more satisfying if it had been explained in more detail. One other issue I have with this movie is that it feels like there are too many characters in it, including the main character. The first act was pretty good but it felt like they were rushing through the movie, and the second act has way too many characters. One of the things that really made me like this movie is that it was able to convey the dark, depressing atmosphere and the performances of the lead actors. The performances were actually really good in my opinion, even if it was hard for me to keep up with their characters. The same goes for the music. It's not that it's the best soundtrack I've ever heard, but it was just the right amount to fit the movie and enhance it. Overall, I think this is a good movie, but I think it could have been a lot better. The acting is better than I expected, but the movie seems to drag on quite a bit. It could have been a lot better if it had been a little less chaotic and if it didn't feel like it had to cram in as many characters as possible. I was hoping to see more from this movie, and maybe that's why it didn't deliver. For that reason, I give this a 7/10.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 18:30

I have to say that I'm a pretty big horror fan, and after the first few minutes I knew I was in for a ride. But then things got a little out of hand and it felt like I was watching a horror movie that could have been made by the Weinsteins. It was interesting though because it wasn't so much scary, it was actually quite clever. A young girl named Malakai goes to the bathroom and turns into a man. And she is actually a vampire. She is on the run from her captor, a vampire vampire named Johan. And I felt like Johan was one of the vampires. She was probably one of the few vampires who actually knew he was a vampire and kept it a secret, he was like that. He was probably one of the only vampires who knew they were vampires and still kept the secret. But once he figured out what she was he tried to kill her. And this is where things got really interesting because he was going to kill her but he was saved by another vampire. And this vampire girl was the one who saved him. She was really nice and she was good to him. And I really liked this girl. This one vampire girl really knew her. She really loved her, and she was really nice to Johan. It was really funny that this girl who was a vampire and she was helping Johan was kind of crazy and she was kind of dangerous, but she was also really nice. I really liked this vampire girl. This was a really good movie to watch. I don't know if I would recommend this to everyone but it was a good film. It was a little silly and a little confusing and it was a little out there but I really liked it. I give this film an 8 out of 10.
Friday, 17 Apr 2020 12:06

This is a weird but excellent movie. I was expecting something entirely different from the French movies (although I was disappointed to see that this was not the case). I guess you can say that this movie is one of the odd movies that are worth seeing. The story itself is a very interesting one that explains more about the relationship between Father Kaspar and his daughter, Leah. I like how this movie blends together the elements of a French movie with a more independent American style and plot. And also the French music that is quite different from the norm. The cinematography is brilliant, giving the feeling that you are really looking at the film through a french eyes. The director and writer are also very passionate in the fact that they want to show how different "her" is from "he". It is very interesting to see how they want to convey this aspect. The actors are perfect for the parts. They are all very convincing. But they are not really playing their characters like their own. And I think that this is a good thing. If you are going to a French movie, you want to see it with French actors. I would advise you to see this movie with French actors, but if you want to see it in the American style, I recommend you to see it with American actors. The reason for this is because you would get a better understanding of what is going on with the characters. I hope this helped you. I would like to thank the director and writer, and I would like to thank my friend for showing me this movie.
Friday, 17 Apr 2020 04:37

Love is something we all have to have in our lives. And it can be anything from the fleeting passion of a high school romance to the all too brief moments of true love in between the unrequited lust of a best friend. For most people, the moments of true love is the hardest. I have had the very odd experience of spending time with a very broken and even sickly woman who had not been able to find a real connection with anyone else. When we were together, the two of us would stare at each other in confusion and look at each other with adoration. After a few days, however, she would drift into a deep sleep and I would have to go on looking for her, in my own head and under my breath, as if I had never known her at all. Most of the time, we had no idea why she was sick and if she had gone astray. Over the years, however, I have developed some very strange connections with people who are sick and who seem like they have no real love in their lives. People who have been in love with one person for a long time, but now seem unable to get through the first years of their relationship, and other such folks. Some things never change. For a couple of years, I had been spending time with a woman who had spent her life in a mental institution. This woman had lived in a mental institution, but when she did get out, she was a young woman who had never been able to find a lasting relationship. The way she communicated to me was the way that so many people communicate to each other. But she was still able to understand, if only in her words, that this was not an accurate reflection of what had actually happened to her. She spoke of her children and her grandchildren, of her life in the institution, and of her life in the next day. And the way she spoke to me was the same way that she spoke to her daughter. She was like a mother to me. She was young and beautiful and it seemed that she had everything in the world. But the way she spoke to me was not like anything she had ever said or done. That is the way the people who are sick and who never really find the time to talk to someone who understands them, talk to each other. It is like a conversation between two likeminded people who could not be more different in so many ways. The same way that one would have an understanding of one's enemy, and one would have a true love for one's enemy, but would not really love them back. I am writing this from the time that the first time I knew this woman. I had known her for almost two years and we had never spoken, although we did have occasional conversations on the telephone and by phone. I had told her a long time ago that I had known someone who was in a mental institution. I had been around her for so long, but I did not know that she had spent most of her life in a mental institution. And it seemed to me that my previous love of her was only the beginning of a long line of relationships. One day, I met her granddaughter and she told me that her grandmother had been very sick for a long time. And she had not talked much to her for a long time. And that is a very strange thing to me to say, since when I knew her grandmother, she had told me many things about her, and she spoke of her relationship with her granddaughter, and she told me that they had never met each other, and that she could not explain the way she had been with her granddaughter, but that she had been with her many, many, many years. I cannot even begin to explain this strange relationship. I had no idea how it had started. We were both of mixed race. I am a person of mixed race and my grandmother was a white woman. I do not really understand why we do not have a relationship, but it seems that the way that people seem to relate to each other when they are ill is that the one who is sick is always the one who has lost his or her self and will never be able to let go of that. When the person is in a deep


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