Bernardo Bertolucci’s erotic triangle is mired in deeply swank notions of love, politics, and cinema. Michael Pitt comes off like a model in an Interview magazine spread devoted to ’60s film-buff nostalgia, and the NC-17 nudity decorates what is in essence a contrived aristocratic vampire movie.
Genre: Foreign Language, Drama; Starring: Louis Garrel, Eva Green, Michael Pitt, Anna Chancellor, Robin Renucci; Director: Bernardo Bertolucci; Author: Gilbert Adair; Runtime (in minutes): 115; Distributor: Fox Searchlight Pictures
Posted January 17 2015 — 4:48 AM EST
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