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Ronan Conway over 6 years ago
Lemming (2005) is a psychological thriller film, directed by Dominik Moll and starring André Dussollier, Charlotte Rampling, Charlotte Gainsbourg and Laurent Lucas. It was entered into the 2005 Cannes Film Festival. Alain Getty (Lucas) is a Home Automation Engineer who accepts a job in the south of France and moves there with his wife Benedicte (Gainsbourg). After three months, his new boss (Dussollier) invites himself and his wife Alice (Rampling) to dinner at Alain's house. They arrive late and create a scene with their marital problems and Alice is then despicably rude to Benedicte. Things go downhill from there, beginning with Alain's discovery of an unconscious lemming lodged in the S-bend of the kitchen sink. When Alain pulls the lemming out of the S-bend, it seems pretty lifeless. But when Benedicte goes to find it the next morning in the laundry room, the camera zooms in on its visible heaving chest, thereby setting up an important relationship with a heaving chest that shows...
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