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"An Ideal Man" (Un Homme Ideal) 2014 **half Pierre Niney
The movie is like a comic book made into film story. A lot of unbelievable story logics must be overlooked to get the story moving. And Pierre Niney, huge cute eyes very prettily handsome actor could be a Disney character himself but in the flesh. His character is slightly slimy but we find him sympathetic anyway because he came from nowhere to be in this huge mansion with everything. The stealing-others script as his own writer is unconvincingly coupled to a pretty well to do princess of a girl friend - who is a literary critic/professor of a sort. Totally unconvincing is that how could a fake writer convince a critic on a day to day live in basis for 3 years without revealing who he really is? We move on, many more jumps of disbelief. We arrive at the end, he faked a killing of himself, and ends up back at his janitor job. With a face and manners as chicly polished as this, who would believe he would go back to being a janitor? Wouldnt that be a waste? No author he is, but surely this character smart enough to worm his way in and out of tight spots would be onto something more fitting ? That is why this movie is a simple story for distraction, a simple comic books story.
But it is a fun movie, suspense. Well put together as a comic book would be put together.
In comics, you jump from frame to frame, it is up to the reader to fill in all the in betweens and skip the disbelief to enjoy the graphics.
This movie is a regular comic book made with real life actors.
As we walk home from the local cinema, that somehow is very nice. All fine, quiet, comic book movie night.
Royal Palace Nogent