Demonlover
Demonlover (2003)

A tale of corporate mergers, Japanese porn, and the Internet, in which a company hires an executive to infiltrate a rival company and sabotage it from within.

Rated: R
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Release Date: March 16, 2004
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42%

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Critic Score: 49% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: A stylish but convoluted mess without any sympathetic characters.

Todd McCarthy
Variety

Rather than deepening the mystery and sense of intoxication, the picture soon becomes one prolonged and very bad hangover.

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Time Out

A silly, oddly disagreeable movie.

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Serge Kaganski
Film Comment Magazine

At once illness and antidote, wound and knife, chilling and fascinating-in short, demonic and loving-demonlover is a beautiful and disturbing contemporary filmic object, concentrating within itself most of Assayas's obsessions

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Jonathan Rosenbaum
Chicago Reader

It's gripping and provocative, making effective use of actor Charles Berling and the music of Sonic Youth.

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Randy Cordova
Arizona Republic

A stark, unsettling movie, one that grows darker and stranger with every little twist in the plot.

Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy

A stupendously intelligent assault on globalism, e-commerce, the media, [and] corporate culture.

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Peter Travers
Rolling Stone

A potent film.

Chris Vognar
Dallas Morning News

Demonlover is so incomprehensible that you can't readily accuse it of being anything but almost unwatchable.

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Daniel Etherington
Film4

Delving into confusion and messing with genre expectations, as well as making some serious points about contemporary morality, this is thought-provoking film. Though not exactly an entirely successful one.

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Flixster Audience Score: 42% Flixster User Reviews
Dean McKenna
Very boring, strange, confused and ridiculous story that takes us deep into the underbelly of the illicit and financially lucrative world of 3-D animated… More
Matthew Rodrigues
As the film begins, a few executives of a French conglomerate called VolfGroup go to Japan and arrange to buy out TokyoAnimť, whose new 3-D manga porn films are… More
Lord Naseby
I watched this at the behest of Jhon E. Sorry it took so long. It took me a while to find. One impression that I got while watching this film is that it… More