Le météore
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Le météore
Quebecois director François Delisle helms this way-offbeat, avant-garde opus that not only tells several unique stories but actually invents a new form of cinematic language. Delisle intercuts five mini-narratives, each spoken entirely in first-person voiceover by a different character. One is a fortysomething man (Delisle) who committed a hit-and-run, tried to dispose of the body, and was sent to prison; another is a down-on-his luck drug dealer with extreme facial injuries wrought by his "trade"; a third is an elderly woman heartsick over her son's incarceration and her… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Delisle blends stark visual images with character voice-overs to convey the hurt and isolation that one family faces because one of its members is imprisoned."
‑ Duane Byrge, Hollywood Reporter
"It's the kind of thing that could go south in a second: five characters, speaking in sombre, off-screen monologues while incongruous visuals flirt with pretension at every turn. But Delisle never loses focus."
‑ T'Cha Dunlevy, Montreal Gazette
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