Wednesday, August 01, 2007

"Summer '04" (2006)

"Stefan Krohmer’s Summer ‘04 is a masterful and original thriller that matches Rohmer’s vacationing plots with the paranoid and anxious underpinnings of Polanski, coming together in a noir-tinged story of desire, infidelity, responsibility — and, of course, moral ambiguity."

Click here to read my review of Summer '04 at The L Magazine online.

1 comment:

Sachin G. said...

I quite liked this film. I felt it had elements from Rohmer's Claire's Knee, Polanski's first film A Knief in the Water, a touch of Lolita and even the creepiness of Haneke's Funny Games.

And some of the twists were completely unexpected. Good cinema!