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It s hipster sexual politics filtered through the French New Wave in Xavier Dolan s critically acclaimed HEARTBEATS. When Francis (Dolan) and his best friend Marie (Monia Chokri) both fall for the same guy, all bets are off as they attempt to out-manoeuvre one another to win his affections. Or at least figure out what his sexual preferences are and who s got a shot. Writer-director Dolan was only twenty-one when he completed HEARTBEATS, his heartfelt and tender second feature.
First, I rented "I Killed My Mother". I ran to buy it and looked up Dolan's biography. I as astonished to find out that he was not only gay, but only 19 when he made it,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Alfredo R. Villanueva
this is a wonderfully original film by a brilliant young writer-director who is making his mark on the world stage. Read morePublished 13 months ago by tito shaw
Although the cinematography is something to salivate for, the overall plot was weak and offensively derivative of other "threesome" films made in the past. Read morePublished on April 26, 2013 by S. Salcedo
A great movie! It has excellent cinematography and a beautiful and precise music selection.
A must for all those who are in love.
I read a review that called this film "hipster sexual politics" which is exactly what it is (by way of French Canada,) but it is a masterfully crafted portrait of relationships,... Read morePublished on October 24, 2012 by mattkjackson
I'm so glad I bought this. It came in perfect condition with everything I wanted. I just wish it came with some dvd features!Published on July 24, 2012 by alley cat
I can't even describe how much I love EVERYTHING from this film. The actors are amazing and all their little quirks are so beautiful. Read morePublished on June 30, 2012 by uptonogood15
Pal and gal are both attracted to a lad who gives advances to both of them - and later refuses either of them because of his true sex nature and a social awareness surely. Read morePublished on January 3, 2012 by Michael Kerjman