Our Day Will Come details
|Formats:||18 DVD, Blu-ray, LOVEFiLM Instant|
|Starring:||Vincent Cassel, Josephine de la Baume, Alexandra Dahlström, Olivier Barthelemy|
|Genres:||Drama, World Cinema|
|Original title||Notre jour viendra|
Our Day Will Come
|1hr 23 mins||18|
LOVEFiLM Instant Information
|Run time:||1 hour 23 minutes|
|Rental release:||To be confirmed|
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Am I on drugs?By Mrparashoot (6 reviews) , 07 Mar 2012
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[Highly rated reviewer]Do you ever wake up from a dream and think 'How does my mind come with that!?' Well I asked myself that many times about the directors thought process throughout this film 'What the hell was the director smoking'
This film has some brilliant scenes in it and Vincent Cassell as always delivers a captivating performance. To be honest, I'm not entirely sure what my thoughts are on this film...
It is full of scenes that mind bogglingly bizarre yet in the film the characters don't seem to have any form of reaction to it. For example one of the main characters walks around with a loaded crossbow yet this would appear to be perfectly normal and not life threatening to a lot of people in the film... The 2 main characters have red hair in the movie...yet they don't actually have red hair. . (yes you read that right) talking/thinking and telling everyone about it.
If is awkward, bizarre, creepy, arguably pretentious, wrong in parts and downright nuts! Not for your average cinema goer...ie one that likes an easy going American blockbuster/Rom Com etc. Its daft, it's in subtitles and I guarantee that the average joe would turn it off after 20/30 mins...However I didn't because I was intrigued.
As I said I'm undecided. If you are into strange cinema...give it a whirl. I have found myself talking/thinking and telling everyone about it so it might be doing something right
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a very entertaining unpredictable movieBy StokeyD (1 review) , 17 Oct 2013A very, very good movie. off the wall and different, loved it. Plenty of emotions to keep your attention from start to finish
Mostly blunt and painful to watch but might click with you anywayBy a customer , 03 Jul 2013Less of a film, more of a collage of scenes following a depressed psychiatrist and a castaway kid on a progressively more bizarre road trip, touching on questions of discrimination, sexuality, fluttering social norms, unreachable (or reachable but unsatisfying) goals and wishes, but morphing into a bizarre quest towards an improbable fix with unrepenting attitude. Whether it's an allegory on how people can convince themselves that something is a solution to all (while it isn't), a metaphor on 1930-1945's Germany, or something entirely different I'm not sure, but it's all presented rather bluntly and was painful to watch - not sure I can recomment it.
terrible filmBy westhamphil (7 reviews) from Bristol , 10 Jun 2013Dont waste 90 mins of your life watching this rubbish, we love french films normally and expect the weird and disturbed, but this film just gives nothing.
A petite gemBy GedHead (2 reviews) , 05 May 2013Truly original film, typically French and detached- speeds along like a nightmare in some parts but there is catharsis, at least that's how I felt anyhow. A little gem, give it a go and hopefully you wont be dissapointed
One of the best films in historyBy TikaPeucelle (1 review) , 30 Mar 2013This is one of the best films I have ever seen. I have seen it twice and it has blown my mind each time. Everything about this film is pure genius. It is a masterpiece. Ave Romain Gavras.
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