Red Lights
Red Lights (2004)

It's a summer holiday weekend in Paris and Antoine and Hélène are on their way to pick up their children at summer camp, thus joining thousands of other vacationers on the highways to the south of France. At first in high spirits, the… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: March 3, 2004
DVD Release Date: March 22, 2005
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Critic Score: 83% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Red Lights is a taut, character-driven thriller, set against the debris-strewn battleground of a failing marriage.

Roger Moore
Orlando Sentinel

Barely makes it into the passing lane. It's stop-and-go all the way.

Jeff Strickler
Minneapolis Star Tribune

Thriller/mystery buffs might find the narrative slow; the thriller elements aren't introduced until the movie is nearly half over, and the mystery starts even later. But a dandy payoff will reward those who are patient.

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Nick Schager
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Geoff Pevere
Toronto Star

Puts a tense, deteriorating marriage on a highway-bound collision course with a killer.

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Rene Rodriguez
Miami Herald

[The plot] is filled with ingenious deceptions and sleight-of-hand trickery.

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

One weird movie.

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Rick Groen
Globe and Mail

Before it turns into a thriller, and goes badly awry, Red Lights paints a devastating little portrait of a marriage on the rocks.

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Peter Rainer
New York Magazine/Vulture

The most ambiguously compelling romance around.

John Beifuss
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)

A compelling addition to the long tradition of artful French film adaptations of works of mystery and suspense literature.

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