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Director:
Benoit Jacquot
Released:
2004
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Four nameless people are brought together by crime and circumstances in this visually striking drama. A naïve young woman (Isild Le Besco) who studies art and lives with her wealthy family goes to a nightclub one evening and meets a mysterious young man of Moroccan heritage (Ouassini Embarek). The two are immediately attracted to one another, and spend the night together. Not long afterward, the woman gets a phone call from her new lover, who has disturbing news - he's in the midst of a bank robbery that's gone wrong, and several of his accomplices have been shot by the police. The woman offers to hide the man from the authorities, and he soon arrives with the only member of his crew to made it out alive (Nicolas Duvauchelle). They spend the night hiding out with the young woman, and the next morning, the accomplice's girl (Laurence Cordier) joins the party as the foursome leave France for Spain. However, the thieves and their women don't take well to exile; personality clashes arise, and they discover that the stolen money is more readily identifiable than they imagined. À tout de suite was screened as part of the "Un Certain Regard" series at the 2004 Cannes Film Festival. -almovie guidemoreless

Metacritic Score

  • 100

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    It's hard to imagine many films surpassing or even equaling the effect of this supple, breathtakingly direct, small French film.

  • 80

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    The downbeat story unfolds in quick, incisive slashes in which the combination of minimal dialogue and gorgeous black-and-white photography lends the movie a chilly documentary rea...

  • 60

    Variety David Rooney

    Strikingly crafted but rather empty drama.

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Drama

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Thrillers, Foreign Language, Crime, Love & Romance