Ne Te Retourne Pas (Don't Look Back)
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Ne Te Retourne Pas (Don't Look Back)
Not to be confused with the legendary D.A. Pennebaker documentary of the same name, this mind-bending psychological drama from France stars Sophie Marceau as Jeanne, a fairly well-adjusted wife, mother of two children, and author whose world gets turned upside down when she becomes aware of a calamitous transformation overtaking her own body. She quickly morphs into an Italian woman, also named Jeanne (Monica Bellucci); the latter's husband (like the first Jeanne's spouse) is named Teo (Thierry Neuvic). Understandably confounded and disoriented, Jeanne 1 sets out to solve the mystery… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 33%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Don't Look Back leans hard on a conventionally atonal musical score and cheap shock cuts, as well as some dubious special effects."
‑ Mike D'Angelo, AV Club
"Anyone expecting more than the pleasure of seeing two of Europe's most ravishing actresses, Sophie Marceau and Monica Bellucci, sharing the same scene ... should brace for disappointment"
‑ Chris Cabin,
""Don't Look Back" begins promisingly. Seemingly obsessed with surfaces, the camera restlessly searches for hints and clues among the fragments we see, even before we know there's a mystery."
‑ Peter Brunette, Hollywood Reporter
"There are two wonderful performances to savor here, but the film itself doesn't hold much of a lasting impact despite a convincing parade of hysteria."
‑ Brian Orndorf,
"...feels as though it were pulled out of David Lynch's pile of (justifiably) rejected screenplays."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
"Don't Look Back, an initially intriguing, ultimately incoherent mind-bender."
‑ Jonathan Romney, Screen International
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