Releasing Date: 13 July 2012 (India)
Director: Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano
Writers: Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano
Stars: François Cluzet, Omar Sy, Anne Le Ny
Watch untouchable movie and get entertained with a drama film. “Untouchable” started making a lot of noise at the end of last year in France, when I was sweeping the box office at six weeks of its release it became the third most popular film-‘m talking about number of viewers, no collection-of history in the country, behind only “Titanic” and “Welcome to the Sticks”. When I found out, did not give much importance because the French tend to make movies that they like them, but it does not work so well abroad.
However, “Untouchable” is working exceptionally well in several European countries and with over 300 million dollars raised worldwide, is now officially the English-language film grossing in history. In addition, the Weinstein’s have acquired the distribution rights to several English-speaking countries, Scandinavia and China, so we still do not know what the final collection of “Untouchable”.
“Untouchable” is a film full of good intentions, of great moments, but it is very poorly constructed and is completely implausible. But the positives far outweigh the negatives. And what makes you feel good!
In the preface, which in itself is fine and leaves high above the action, makes the first minutes of the film have no mystery, because you know that Philippe has hired Driss. And throughout the film, the actions are poorly justified and advance to stumble, sometimes with events very crudely.
But the relationship between Philippe and Driss is excellent, not by how it evolves, but the emotion you have. Driss, with her naturalness and humor not only conquer this bunch of stretched, but also the viewer. I would say that without Omar Sy, that makes you fall in love with the character, “Untouchable” had failed. From Philippe works great how you slowly discovering what it hide, and how it changes by Driss, and how Driss also changes. And it will be well linked, but their relationship is full of hilarious moments and very exciting. “Untouchable” does not seem a great film, but boy does it recommend it.