The old saying about houseguests who stay more than a week is played out with a killer vengeance in this engrossing, well-designed menage a trois
Diane Kurys's film is a Gallic variant of SINGLE WHITE FEMALE. Elsa (Beatrice Dalle) is the visitor from hell who descends upon her artist friend, Alice (Anne Parillaud), and makes herself right at home with her toothbrush, refrigerator, and, of course, her hapless boxer boyfriend, Franck (Patrick
Aurignac). As the two women act out their mysterious symbiosis, Frank becomes little more than a pawn. Are the two really sisters, as one claims? Are they former lovers? What's obvious is the fact that Elsa is more th...