Going Places

Going Places

  • Director: Bertrand Blier
  • Writer: Bertrand Blier,Philippe Dumarçay
  • Countries of origin: France
  • Language: French
  • Release date: May 13, 1974
  • Runtime: 1 hour 57 minutes
  • Sound mix: Mono
  • Aspect ratio: 1.66 : 1
  • Also known as: Balls
  • "Les Valseuses" is a 1974 French drama film directed by Bertrand Blier and starring Jeanne Moreau and Gérard Depardieu .
    The film tells the story of two idle hippie youths, who are forced to go into exile because of shooting and wounding people. Together with a prostitute they meet, they start a threesome story.

    Details

    • Release date May 13, 1974
    • Filming locations Veuvey-sur-Ouche, Côte-d'Or, France
    • Production companies C.A.P.A.C., Uranus Productions France, S.N. Prodis

    Box office

    Gross US & Canada

    $771,540

    Movie reviews

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    • By Rowena 2022-09-12 05:01:04

      two cute thieves

      Two thieves and a girl who has never had an orgasm met when they were stealing a car. During the rape of the girl, they found that the girl had no orgasm. The girl also knew for the first time that she had no orgasm. Useful, everyone thinks that girls are cold fish. Later, a virgin came, and the orgasm was actually settled. But at this time, the murder case involving the two Huobao was discovered. Huobao wanted to drive the girl away. The girl said, why did I leave you when I got an orgasm?...

    • By Nicolas 2022-07-06 21:34:19

      Decided to study French

      I'm so lucky to see this 74 year old French film, I've watched it several times. The betrayal, lawlessness, and shameless humour fascinated me.
      Miou Miou is so beautiful in this movie , can believe she was having her baby daughter born in the same year with Patrick Dewaere, who was dead 8 years later.
      Well, back to the movie. it's a wonderful movie, the one and only, I don't want to tell much about the content, but I think after this, I officially fall in love with the French...

    • By Kole 2022-07-06 20:30:44

      Youth · Debauchery · On the Road

      "I'm still young, and I'm eager to hit the road." --Jack Kerouac

        , The Waltz Girl, a 1974 film that naturally brings back memories of the Beat that started in the 1950s faction movement. Director Bertrand Brier was born in 1939. That mighty and far-reaching freedom movement must have set off a huge wave in his inner world. From the novel to the film, Brier has devoted himself to the creation of unparalleled enthusiasm. At the same time, it also fulfilled Depardieu and Patrick...

    • By Kale 2022-07-06 18:08:16

      Youth is overflowing

      A very interesting movie, the story of two idle unemployed youths, full of youth and debauchery, but ignorant and fearless all the way to do bad things and flee, but their escape is full of adventure and fun, but also has their own feelings about their lives. Thinking about it, the film is full of hormonal flavors, and such old movie channels or main online videos will definitely not be added to the list. But in this seemingly absurd process, does it also allow the...

    • By Cleve 2022-07-06 15:15:27

      Strong hormones and the edge of the edge (Chen Wei)

      Rich hormones and borderline
      text / Chen Wei


      We don't know how many wonderful things are going to be missed in ignorance. There are many different opinions in this world, and it is always the "hot spots" that are "popular", such as Wong Kar-wai and his "In the Mood for Love", Kubrick and his "A Clockwork Orange", Danny Boyle and his His Psychedelic Train, Hitchcock and his Suspense, or Godard and his Exhausted. Other excellent works, as long as they do not constitute "hot...

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    • By Allan 2022-09-15 20:49:12

      Horrible, quirky sense of humour is more...

    • By Adelbert 2022-09-07 05:12:14

      Seems like a Clockwork Orange version is on the way. And such a movie, I always feel that it has something in common with the May Storm in...

    • By Percy 2022-07-06 22:44:50

      The journey of two bastards is told in a very happy and magical tone. The two hippies robbed their houses all the way and hung out with women from all walks of life. Sex is very long and plays an important role in this film, which not only reflects the meaning of some people's life, but also makes others desperate to commit...

    • By Rachelle 2022-07-06 21:31:32

      There is a saying that "life is not only about the present, but also poetry and the distance". The French descendants of the beat generation in the 70s basically worked on them. Two Grease Boys, penniless, relying on stealing and abduction to survive the morning. Once, when stealing a car, they met a prostitute who had never been able to satisfy their sexual desires. Sure enough, the bad boy and the prostitute were a perfect match. So the three walked together, youth, passion, sex, life without...

    • By Garett 2022-07-06 20:14:53

      After Jeanne Moreau appeared, it looked good, and Miou-Miou finally got an orgasm, absurd and pitiful and desperate and happy. It wasn't until the last ten minutes that Auntie appeared. Auntie was still a girl at the time, and suddenly she smiled, her smile was the same as it is now! Bertrand Blier said that the original ending was that the three of them were killed in a car accident, and he still makes me foolishly think that they can always do this, although the whole tone is actually...

    Movie plot

    Behind the scenes/tidbits This film is actually a very typical road movie, with an unrestrained and unrestrained youthful atmosphere. The entire road process is a comprehensive presentation of the lifestyle of hippie youth. The director sympathizes with the incomprehensible side of the hippies, but also exposes their emptiness, boredom and depravity, echoing the surging sexual liberation movement and hippie movement in the 1970s, and...
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