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Genres: Thriller , Drama , Mystery
Actors: Connie Nielsen , Charles Berling , Chloë Sevigny , Dominique Reymond , Jean-Baptiste Malartre , Gina Gershon , Edwin Gerard , Thomas M. Pollard , Abi Sakamoto , Naoko Yamazaki , Nao Ohmori , Jean-Pierre Gos , Julie Brochen , Randall Holden , Alexandre Lachaux
Director: Olivier Assayas
Country: France
Year: 2002
IMDB Rating: 5.7/10 (3145 votes)

Diane works for a French firm bidding to purchase a Japanese animation outfit. Diane maliciously hatches a plot to take the job of her supervisor Karen. The plan succeeds, but then Diane faces problems when a competing American firm, represented by Elaine, becomes involved. Diane’s assistant Elise remains loyal to Karen, and she frustrates Diane’s every move. When it comes to light that the one of the concerned parties controls an Internet site which broadcasts actual torture, the plot thickens.

Film Review

Demonlover is an intricate, absorbing and claustrophobically dramatic movie about corporate espionage, loyalty and betrayal. It tackles some interesting and relevant subject matter, and establishes characters and situations too complex to make clear sense out of. I’ve read some of the better interpretations by other users (for instance the thoughtful comment by the user panspermia, which however I don’t agree with), and the events in this movie can certainly be perceived in a number of different ways. It’s very true that there is a dominance/submission theme running through it, but the whys and wherefores of the events and reactions unfortunately tend to be too vague. I have my own interpretation of what went on (which is too lengthy to go into in detail), but my impression suffers a great deal from unclear descriptions of the companies and who are with which company. I think my interpretation works pretty well, though, even if there may be a couple of less than literal layers of the …

Can I go ahead and say it. "WOW". I wasn’t sure what I was going to be getting myself into when I first picked up this film, but I had heard that it was up for some awards at Cannes, so I knew that I had to see for myself what the hype was all about. Again, all I can say is… "WOW". This film felt like a David Lynch story spiced with a bit of Francois Ozon. You never knew what was going to happen next and you didn’t want to know. This film pushed you to the edge of the couch and kept you there for the entire two hours. The music, the acting, and the beautiful (and I mean beautiful) cinematography completed this wild and gritty masterpiece.Now, before anyone says something to me concerning the fact that I rented this film merely for the pornography would be making a very false statement. The pornography aspect of this film is very large, but in the same stance it is very small. Director Olivier Assayas is trying to make a statement about our societies infatuatio…

Imagine David Lynch as an arrogant Frenchman who loathes human nature, and you will get the "feel" of the mobius strip head trip that is "Demonlover." (As such this film has selected a very small audience that will appreciate it.) Beautiful women and shady men globe hop from country to country, hotel to night club to boardroom to bed, backstabbing and murdering each other along the way while trying to obtain the rights to a sick Japanese magna porno-site that is secretly a gateway to a highly disturbing interactive live pay-per-view torture site.Cold camera work, techno music, ambient sound effects, and flashy editing daze the viewer into an almost dream-like state that becomes increasingly more disturbing as the plot thickens. Connie Nielsen is seductively icy as the French businesswoman with a fetish for corporate buy-outs, Gina Gershon is spot-on as the over indulgent and highly competitive American counter-part to Nielsen, and Chloe Seveginy is nearly perfect a…

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