Well, it's easier than venture capital. And it helps if you're a psychopath. The movie belongs to ingenue Marie Gillain (best known as the daughter in My Father the Hero), who just so happens to appear naked pretty much throughout the entire film. Nothing wrong with that, and in fact it's not totally gratuitous: You'd have to be a nut to strip this often in front of this many people.
Unfortunately renowned director Bertrand Tavernier is far too intent on capturing the minutaie of the trio's crime to make this a compelling movie. It comes off feeling like a courtroom dissection of the events, with the minute-by-minute blow being read coldly by some mortician. The motives, the psychology, and even the aftermath of all of this are never properly revealed. Then again, maybe nobody really has any idea what the hell was going on in these kid's brains.
Run time: 115 mins
In Theaters: Wednesday 8th March 1995
Production compaines: M6 Films, France 2 Cinéma, Hachette Première, Little Bear
Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5
IMDB: 6.9 / 10
Director: Bertrand Tavernier
Producer: Frédéric Bourboulon, René Cleitman
Starring: Marie Gillain as Nathalie, Olivier Sitruk as Eric, Bruno Putzulu as Bruno, Richard Berry as Alain, Philippe Duclos as Antoine, Marie Ravel as Karine, Clotilde Courau as Patricia, Alain Sarde as Philippe, Daniel Russo as Jean-Pierre