Nobody Else But You (Poupoupidou) -- Film Review
PARIS — There’s a hint of 'Twin Peaks' and a large helping of the Coen Bros. in this offbeat, cleverly crafted French thriller about a crime-fiction writer investigating the death of a local TV star who believed she was the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe.
Backed by a strong lead performance from Jean-Paul Rouve and some gorgeous wintertime landscapes, this second feature from writer-director Gerald Hustache-Mathieu could attract arthouse audiences interested in a movie from France that doesn’t only involve sex and chatter (though there’s some of both on display, plus some odd snippets of full-frontal male nudity).
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