The Dreamers

NC-17| 1 hr. 56 min.

Plot Summary
In May 1968, the student riots in Paris only exacerbate the isolation felt by three youths: an American exchange student named Matthew (Michael Pitt) and twins Théo (Louis Garrel) and Isabelle (Eva Green). Having bonded over their mutual love of cinema, Matthew is fascinated by the sense of intimacy shared by Isabelle and Theo, who were born conjoined. When the twins' bohemian parents go away for a month, they ask Matthew to stay at their place, and the three lose themselves in fantasy.

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Genres: Drama

Distributor: Fox

The Dreamers (2000)

Release Date: February 6th, 2004|1 hr. 56 min.

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  • The Dreamers may go slack when you most want it to soar, but it also seduces with eroticism and resonates with ideas. show more

  • More unfortunately still, the elements of the story fit poorly, like a Tucker decked out as a sexmobile. show more

  • My guess is that The Dreamers will have a certain resonance for those of us who discovered movies and sex at the same time during the '60s. For the rest of you, the film is a curiosity about cinegenic youths baring their bodies while thinking they are baring their souls. show more

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  • October 07, 2012 rbadbob0
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    Visual stunning as an offbeat type of movie with interpersonal realationships among the three key actotrs.. Soundtrack music carries the film throughout with various Hendrix tunes and other 60's music. A Hip film with unbridled nudity as to the sister played by Eva Green. The clips of the old movie references makes the film more interesting. The movie does suffer an abrupt ending wondering what happens to the twins as Michael Pitt wanders off in the opposite direction disengaging from the violence and caos of the final scene. Robert, Las Vegas, Nevada

  • October 17, 2011 Claire and Jim
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    Great movie...young naive American in Paris being taught by two french people.

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