The Woman In The Fifth is an upcoming film that brings a new suspense story to movie fans all over the country. A story about an American writer who comes to Paris to find a way to put back the pieces of his life. Tom Ricks (Ethan Hawke) also wants to win back his wife and daughter to bring back love in his life. Although, his plans doesn’t bring about the outcome he hoped for and he then ends up in bad hotel within the suburbs. He is also currently working as a night guard just to earn some extra money. It was then that he meets a mysterious woman named Margit and he felt that his life maybe looking up. Their relationship grows and it just so happens that inexplicable events starts happening. It’s as if an unknown power is starting to take over his life. The Woman In The Fifth will be shown in theaters on June 15th 2012. Let’s take a look at an early news on this upcoming mystery film this June:
“The Woman In The Fifth Starring Ethan Hawke and Kristin Scott Thomas
Engaging and frustrating in equal measure, this is a haunting and frequently disturbing thriller with a superb central performance from Ethan Hawke.
What’s it all about?
Directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, making his first film since 2004′s My Summer of Love, and loosely based on the novel by Douglas Kennedy, The Woman in the Fifth stars Ethan Hawke as American novelist Tom Ricks, who comes to Paris in order to try and reconnect with his ex-wife Nathalie (Delphine Chuillot) and young daughter Chloe (Julie Papillon). However, Tom is shocked to discover that Nathalie has taken out a restraining order against him and things quickly go from bad to worse when he has all his luggage stolen and winds up having to stay at a dodgy hotel run by local gangster Sezer (Samir Guesmi).
When Sezer offers him a job as a night watchman in a strange location, Tom accepts and begins spending his days spying on Chloe and Nathalie in public parks. At the same time, Tom begins affairs with both a Polish waitress at the cafe (Joanna Kulig as Ania) and Margit (Kristin Scott Thomas), a mysterious woman in the fifth arrondissement that he meets at a literary soiree.
Ethan Hawke is perfectly cast as Tom, delivering a finely balanced, edgy performance that we can’t help liking, even though – as evidenced by Nathalie’s obvious fear of him – we quickly understand that his point of view might not be entirely reliable. Kristin Scott Thomas is equally good as Margit, though her enigmatic nature means that there’s very little to her character other than surface slinkiness (not that there’s anything wrong with that).”
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The Woman In the Fifth is directed by Pawel Pawlikowski and is written by Douglas Kennedy.
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