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Ratings & Reviews

  1. MONSIEURDE's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

  2. José Neves's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    Digital. Here i come back to temperament: the one that prevents me from adhering to the theatrical and expository humour of several contemporary filmmakers, with very similar ways of working the frame and the actors (like João Nicolau's "The Gift of Tears", recently watched), which mixed with a very imposing ego, is what makes me resist to another example of Bozon's imploded cinema, always falling short.

  3. Cinexplorateur's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    Film d'apparence placide dans la mise en scène, mais convoquant un imaginaire bouillonnant. Il y a du super héros Marvel dans Isabelle Huppert en fée électricité, avec son pouvoir de captiver une classe difficile et de l'amener à réfléchir de manière autonome. Il y a un peu des événements ayant conduit aux émeutes de 2005 dans les brûlures sur le visage de Malik, et dans sa volonté de s'émanciper. Galvanisant!

  4. Antoine RL's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

  5. Annie Gentil-Kraatz's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    It's a strange film that raises a few questions about teaching in secondary schools as a start. Isabelle Huppert is excellent as usual as the struggling Physics teacher lacking charisma but the story is a bit farfetched and seems to be without real aim nor message. Some interesting, well developed and distinctive characters.

  6. Victor Morosoff's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

  7. NicoIlGermanico's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

  8. Aunt Peg's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    Another misfire by director Serge Bozon.

  9. AugusteB's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    An enjoyable fable about the power of education (and electricity)

  10. Des Horne's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    Curious how much of an influence Rancière is here.

  11. Gabriele Pumo's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

  12. Graf von Zahl's rating of the film Mrs. Hyde

    I admire Huppert, but this movie is just stupid.