Lost And Delirious / Rebelles (Bilingual)
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Tournant pour la première fois en anglais, Léa Pool a fait de Lost and Delirious une ode à lamour passionnel, un film qui a les audaces et les errements de ladolescence quil décrit.
Trois ans après avoir perdu sa mère, une adolescente (Mischa Barton) entre au collège, où elle partage une chambre avec une fille de bonne famille (Jessica Paré) et une orpheline rebelle (Piper Perabo) qui saiment sous le regard, dabord incrédule puis complice, de la nouvelle venue. Lorsque leur liaison est découverte, le scandale éclate. La première niera tout, se jetant dans les bras dun garçon, tandis que la seconde, folle de douleur, tentera de la reconquérir.
Adapté du roman The Wives of Bath, de Susan Swan, le scénario de Judith Thompson névite pas les invraisemblances et les raccourcis, mais la réalisation de Léa Pool est impeccable. Depuis le début des années 80, la réalisatrice de La Femme de lhôtel et de La Demoiselle sauvage a développé un univers et un langage très particuliers. Ici, après le virage amorcé avec Emporte-moi, elle poursuit dans une veine plus accessible, laissant toute la place à lintrigue, et obtenant de ses jeunes actrices des performances exceptionnelles. Cest le cas en particulier de Piper Perabo, vibrante à souhait.
Trop grand public pour être un film dauteur, mais trop personnel pour être strictement commercial, Lost and Delirious est un genre de Dead Poets Society au féminin, un film sensuel et lyrique qui exalte la soif dabsolu propre à cet âge critique. --Éric Fourlanty
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Mainly, it's about the damage done by labels, as lead Paulie says to Mouse, "I'm not a girl in love with a girl, I'm Paulie in love with Tory." So don't label, watch. And don't think this movie won't move you if you aren't gay. It will.
I'd say it's one of the most quietly powerful movies I've ever watched.
Of course, I'm bound to get some flack for these comments, but, alas, this is how it is and how I see the movie.
The story focuses on three roommates Polly, Tori and Sarah, at a prestigious boarding school where it's seemingly so easy for the girls to sneak out at night.
Well, Polly and Tori are engaged in one hell of a steamy relationship. In fact, they go at it just about every night. Well, when they are caught, Tori calls it off, and starts dating a man (in fact, he gets her up against a tree on their first date!! Damn, I should've gone to boarding school!).
Well, Polly gets all bent out of shape and jealous and starts acting like a total wacko.
And so on and so on. Aside from the hot sex, the whole thing just doesn't amount to much more than a homoerotic DAWSONS CREEK episode. Even the soundtrack is pretty foolish (listen for the absolutely absurd, recurring theme song that has the oh-so-poetic lyrics "What pretty hair......Can I Kiss You? Can I Kiss You............There?" YEAH!
That pretty much sums up the film, but, alas, I'm not going to lie- When it's on late night, you can sure as hell bet that I'm gonna watch it!
The one thing I don't understand is this- I wish they did more with the virginal, Sarah. I figured when the relationship between Polly and Tori ended, that Polly would sorta recruit Sarah and "show her the ropes." They kind of hint at that, but it never comes to fruition. Oh well. Perhaps there will be "Lost and Delirious 2: The Lost Days/Nights."
Tori and Paulie are deeply in love, easy and relaxed with each other and passionate about each other. Paulie is the strength in the relationship protecting her woman. Tori fears family disapproval and cuts off the woman she loves. Paulie fights to win back her lover against impossible odds. The movie is deeply sad, is well acted (brilliantly in the case of Perabo - this woman will be a mega-star) and is an emotional roller coaster. To quote the author Carole Taylor - "Love conquers nothing. Fear conquers all" (from "A Third Story"). For L&D fans, the music "Beautiful" is by Me'Shell Ndegeocello from the CD "Bitter". The movie is based on the book "The Wives of Bath" by Susan Swan. This movie is a must for anyone (of either sex) who loves women. Of my 200 DVD collection, this one I could not survive without. The quote of the movie: - "I am not a lesbian, I am Paulie and I love Tori". This is romance at its finest (and saddest)if you watch it a dozen times you will find more nuances and still wish you could make it ok for them - It deserves to be recognised as the classic romance that it is. BUY IT.
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The DVD quality is good, however the DVD packaged is actually backwards and upside down. The product itself works well.Published 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
I found the movie informative for a young woman struggling with her sexuality. I thought it was well done for its time. I thought the acting was believable.Published 6 months ago by phyllis mccurdy
My gawd that was one of the worst movies I have ever seen. Bad acting, Bad story, Bad dialogue. Horrible.Published 9 months ago by Upnorthguy
This movie was so tragic but amazing to watch. Definitely worth the watch. Piper is awesome in everything.Published 16 months ago by Lexus
Good movie to watch if only to see 3 new young actresses who later hit big with their respective career. Piper Perabo, Jessica Paré and Mischa Barton are great to watch. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Michel Yves Savard
Too many reviews of Lost & Delirious that detail the storyline to do the movie any further justice. Instead I will focus on its leading star, Piper Perabo. Read morePublished on April 29 2012 by Nostalgia Buff
Lost and Delirious is a high school drama set in a catholic school and center around a lesbian relationship. Read morePublished on July 3 2009 by LadyEarlGrey
The movie starts out with a fascinating dynamic and I thought it was going to be more about how Mischa Barton was going to cope with sharing a boarding school dorm room with two... Read morePublished on March 15 2009 by Brian Maitland