over 1 year
Beautifully shot. Great musical taste & a pretty interesting love triangle.
over 3 years
high expectations disappointed, visuals were just ok, characters annoying
over 4 years
Not a horror, but it creates a great unsettling feeling like most psychological thrillers.
over 4 years
beautiful film, worth watching just for that
over 6 years
Overwhelmingly pretentious movie made by a pompous hipster whom I can't call a "director".
Heartbeats (French: Les Amours imaginaires) is a 2010 Canadian drama film directed by Xavier Dolan. It follows the story of two friends who both fall in love with the same man. It premiered in the Un Certain Regard section of the 2010 Cannes Film Festival.
Marie and Francis first meet Nicolas at a dinner party, where there both feign disinterest in him. Over the course of the next couple of the weeks, the three form a close friendship, meeting up regularly and even sleeping together in the same bed. However, it is clear that both Marie and Francis have an interest in Nicolas beyond friendship; Marie is visibly disappointed when she hopes to enjoy an intimate meal with Nicolas at a Vietnamese restaurant, only to see Francis and his friends there, and Francis is consumed by lust for Nicolas to the extent that he vigorously masturbates over the smell of Nicolas' clothes when left alone in his apartment. Both are led on by their interpretation of Nicolas' actions, such as eating a cherry...