Rent Black Heaven (2010)

2.9 of 5 from 61 ratings
1h 41min
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Gaspard and Marion are in love and enjoying summer in the south of France... until they stumble upon a lost phone. At first they decide to track down the owner... But the game takes a much darker turn when they find him dead, in a mysterious suicide ceremony. Next to him, lies a half unconscious girl, Audrey. With her enigmatic tattoo and her gothic looks, she soon lures Gaspard into Black Hole, a dangerously addictive video game. Gaspard discovers an obscure universe, full of infinite possibilities.
, , , , , , , Pierre Vittet, , Franck Merenda,
Voiced By:
Moon Dailly, Laurent Lacotte, Romain Ogerau, Patrick Vo, Michael Rickwood, Leslie Clack
Gilles Marchand, Dominik Moll
L'autre monde
Arrow Films
Drama, Thrillers
France, Drama, Thrillers
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Run Time:
101 minutes
DVD Regions:
Region 2
Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen 2.35:1

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Reviews (1) of Black Heaven

Far from heaven, black or otherwise - Black Heaven review by KL

Spoiler Alert

I fully endorse the other, earlier review. The film starts well and sets out a "mystery". What the synopsis doesn't emphasize is that it's soon about a computer game, and so we go into computer image mode. It's well filmed and the actors do their best, but after a while the suspense went and I didn't really care what happened to any of them. And I like European cinema!

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Black Heaven (aka L'autre monde) review by Alyse Garner - Cinema Paradiso

L’Autre Monde is a French language film from the director of Who Killed Bambi? Which was a tense and graceful thriller made in 2003.

L’Autre Monde is a thriller that takes place both in warm sandy planes of the South coast of France and a dark and intriguing cyber world called Black Hole. The movie begins innocently enough with a couple’s discovery of a lost mobile phone which is inundated with messages from a “Dragon”. The couple, played by Gregoire Leprince-Ringue and Pauline Etienne find the owner of the phone, and her associate Dragon, attempting to commit suicide.

This discovery leads to Ringue’s character, Gaspard, becoming infatuated with the girl, Sam played by French beauty Louise Bourgoin, and eventually following her into a strange and dark online world.

The movie begins very well and the story is enticing and provocative, and the sensual and seductive air of theme runs throughout its 105 minutes. However after about seventy minutes you find yourself realizing that this isn’t one of those movies where nothing really happens but rather that simply nothing interesting is happening. Unlike many European and indie films, which are notorious for being about characters and relationships and emotion that involve very little action or drama or even narrative, Black Heaven has drama and suspense and a solid narrative, it just isn’t played out very well.

There are, in places, inconsistencies in the strength of the narrative where interesting and intriguing plot points or vital clues are ignored or abandoned, leaving the film to rest solely upon the semi naked shoulders of Bourgoin. This is a real shame because the movie is full of promise and intrigue and could have been something really interesting that utilized the modern culture’s obsession with identity and isolation, but it falls flat less than an hour in.

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