'Pour Moi' by Cinema In Decline

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Pour Moi
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The Immobolised Movie
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3.857145
Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (7 votes)
6

Technically super smoothe, acting performances fantastic and a brilliant take on a difficult genre as our lead was immobilised for hours in an attempt to woo the girl of his dreams. The sound levels peaked a bit high a couple of times but those are minor quibbles. I won’t give too much away but art and pills and provocateurs really do work well on screen together. 4.5/5

5

These guys always do beautiful looking films, but something doesn't quite click for me. It was clever and had all the right elements, but I dunno, just felt like it lacked a little soul. Nevertheless, probably the standout film of the night in terms of professionalism.

8

Probably my favourite. Funny, but achieved earnestly, as opposed to the self-conscious kiwi humour that we get so much of. Slickly done and nicely performed by all actors involved. The plotting for the front end was a little inexplicable, but it came together.

8

This was a fun film. Great performances, especially from the lead and the guy playing Vic Meyer. It probably could have been quicker with the set up and spent a bit more time with the art students and played more with the immobilised aspect - but overall I felt it was solid twist on the genre with some fun performances.

9

Technically super smoothe, acting performances fantastic and a brilliant take on a difficult genre as our lead was immobilised for hours in an attempt to woo the girl of his dreams. The sound levels peaked a bit high a couple of times but those are minor quibbles. I won’t give too much away but art and pills and provocateurs really do work well on screen together.

8

This film started off slowly, but boy did it pay off well! One of the better entrants from this heat, it really nailed a unique spin on the immobilised genre. Probably the best film in the heat in most production aspects.

7

This was my fav. from the heat. Yes thought the immobilized aspect was clever and got some good laughs. Some good acting from some familiar faces.

9

This is one of those films that you almost cringe at how well made it is. The acting was a highlight for me, I was a huge fan of how charismatic the lead was and how awkward Vicki was without being too much. It was well shot and the gags were hilarious (perhaps a little 'been-there-done-that) but the thing that really holds this one together was that moment that links to the start. I didn't know where the main guy was or how he got there at the beginning, which sparked my curiosity. Finding out his predicament at the end was a joy, and it's things like this that set films a-part from the rest, story-wise. Bravo, I won't be surprised to see this one in the City Finals line-up.