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Old 11-22-2020, 11:04 AM
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Old 11-22-2020, 01:53 PM
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Wow. That was really annoying.

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Old 11-22-2020, 10:44 PM
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So based on the premise, this could go either way. Can you give me a scene that could be indicative for the tone of the film?
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Old 11-23-2020, 02:37 AM
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So based on the premise, this could go either way. Can you give me a scene that could be indicative for the tone of the film?
Think of it as the poor mans Misery.
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Old 11-23-2020, 06:07 AM
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Think of it as the poor mans Misery.
Yeah...that's right but it's more reminded me of a real life, popular American case...can't say much about it as it'd give away the plot.
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Old 11-23-2020, 06:15 AM
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Germain is a bored professor who finds most of his students clumsy & untalented. Then he becomes infatuated with one of his students, Claude...mainly with his story like essays, which are about how he got a way into his classmate, Rapha’s house & family life. And what begins as a one-off weekend assignment for literature class, escalates with great infatuation when Germaine detects flashes of talent and decides to groom Claude on his “To Be Continued…” stories.

I haven’t seen much French director Francois Ozon’s works before, not at least in recent times; so this turned out to be quite a pleasant surprise. Ozon’s IN THE HOUSE is a pretty interesting thriller with a solid cast that will hook you up from the very beginning with its tight script, suspicious characters & engaging turn of events. The film comes with multilayered themes i.e. a young man’s infatuation for a “perfect suburban, family life”, a writer’s voyeuristic & desperate nature in pursuit for a “complete story” and losing morals or even much more along the way at the end.

The thing that I mostly enjoyed in this film was the way Ozon keeps his audience in a dilemma between ‘original’ & ‘fake’…what parts of this “real” characters are actually “fictional”?! Or is it all someone’s twisted mind playing around or not?! That’s why though I was expecting some twists & turns & little more ambiguity or mystery at the end but still the way Ozon concluded everything I think that’s what made it a different experience than other genre films with similar kind of premise & characters.

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