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Love Crime

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Love Crime (2010)

blu-ray.com
15 July 2013
  • Conclusion: Love Crime is a fine thriller, but I think that the film it inspired is far more effective. If possible see both, but consider adding Passion to your collections. Arrow Films' technical presentation of Love Crime is excellent. My only complaint here is the lack of meaningful supplemental features. It would have been nice to have at least one interview with Alain Corneau or a small featurette focusing on his life and career. RENT IT. Did you find this review helpful?
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Overall 5
5.5

Love Crime

AV Club
1 September 2011
  • Excerpt: Alain Corneau’s final film, Love Crime , is a corporate crime thriller that explores the relationships of women in power, but while Corneau delivers a slick, well-acted piece with a surprising mid-movie twist, Love Crime is too thin and too on-point to deliver the jolt he and co-screenwriter Nathalie Carter most likely intended. Ludivine Sagnier stars as an ambitious businesswoman rapidly climbing the ladder under the tutelage of her boss, Kristin Scott Thomas.
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Overall 4
4.0

Love Crime

totalfilm.com
21 May 2013
Overall 6
6.0

Love Crime

Empire Online
3 December 2012
  • Conclusion: This chillingly acted thriller is convoluted but compelling.
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Overall 4
4.0

Love Crime

Flicks
28 August 2012
  • Summary: There’s a cracker of a psychological thriller in Love Crime : imagine the cutthroat, dog-eat-dog world of corporate-ladder-scaling by way of Hitchcock at his most wry and wicked, and that’s how some of the better moments in the film play like. But those are too few and far between, and late writer/director Alain Corneau’s execution is so staid, and stuffy, there’s barely any room to delight in its potentially devious pleasures or forgive the implausibility of its...
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