A Few Days in September (Quelques jours en septembre)
A Few Days in September (Quelques jours en septembre) (2007)

A spy discovers doing a favor for a friend leads her into unexpectedly dangerous circumstances in this dark comedy. It's been close a decade since French intelligence agent Irene (Juliette Binoche) has heard from her friend Elliot (Nick… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: September 11, 2007
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Critic Score: 44% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
David Jenkins
Time Out

An intriguing set-up spoiled by a clever-clever script, Christophe Beaucarne's migraine-inducing cinematography and performances which are decent, but never gel.

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Urban Cinefile

A spy thriller with a difference or two

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David Gritten
Daily Telegraph

No film starring Juliette Binoche can be totally negligible, but this comes close.

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Lisa Nesselson
Variety

Intrigues by virtue of its cast and premise but -- at least for native English-speakers -- is marbled with conceptual clunkiness verging, in places, on laughable.

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Philip French
Observer [UK]

It creates no suspense and little conviction.

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Peter Bradshaw
Guardian

Here is a film as rum and tangential as the theories themselves, a pleasingly off-kilter noir that casts Juliette Binoche as a cigarillo-smoking spymistress who lights out for Venice in the first days of September 2001.

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Ray Bennett
Hollywood Reporter

Savvy thriller for conspiracy buffs with star performances by Binoche and Turturro.

Derek Malcolm
This is London

Slick, fitfully effervescent, pre-9/11 thriller aims to inject some cross-cultural poetry into the world of political espionage.

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Daily Mirror [UK]

Feeling more like a few months in the cinema, this ploddy, pretentious Euro-pudding is made just about bearable thanks to its cast.

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Flixster Audience Score: 40% Flixster User Reviews
Jim Hunter
Pursued by a poetry-quoting assassin, long-lost siblings travel across Europe with a French ex-spy to rendezvous with their father. The title A Few Days in… More
Linda K. T.
It is hard to describe the film because it tackles many important issues such as politics, society, and the world in general. The film has many great… More