Summer in the South of France.
Gaspard is a happy teenager who divides his time between his friends and Marion, his girlfriend. But then he meets Audrey and his life is turned upside down. Audrey is beautiful, dark and has a double personality.
In an Internet network game, she calls herself Sam and seeks to find a partner with whom she can die.
In an attempt to get near her, Gaspar also creates an avatar for himself named Gordon and sets out to find her in Black Heaven. –uniFrance
Marseille, 1963. Co-screenwriter and art adviser for filmmakers like Dominik Moll, Laurent Canet and Cédric Kahn, he picked up the FIPRESCI award with the short film Joyeux Noël (93) and has been nominated on several occasions for the Cesar awards. He debuted as a feature director in 2003 with Qui a tué bambi?. —sitgesfilmfestival
This film left such a bad taste in my mouth. Leprince-Ringuet has no range at all. Marion's father and brother were unnecessary to the story. I had a hard time believing the thugs and kids would get so chummy. Ludo was annoying. The pacing was awful. And honestly, what was the point of it all? The VR stuff was interesting. I'll give it that but pretty much nothing else.
Gostei do filme até perto do final. Fascinante, sedutor, intrigante, corrosivo e lascivo em certa medida (a actriz Louise Bourgoin é uma encantadora da camera de filmar). Ponto positivo para a fusão narrativa entre o mundo real e o mundo virtual. Pena o final ser insosso e desmanchar tudo o que se estava a erguer com o desnorte desta conclusão. Com outro final inteligente e arrebatador, teria sido um filme grandioso.