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Immortel (ad vitam) 8/10

In New York, 2095, a pyramid, in habited by the Gods of ancient Egypt, floats in the sky, and central park is an arctic wasteland. Horus, a god with a man's body and a falcon's head, is judged by his fellow gods, and given seven days to interact with the humans of New York and procreate. Jill, a woman with blue hair and white skin is arrested and made a guinea pig of. Horus uses Nikopol, who was sentenced to 30 years of hibernation but escaped a year early, to find Jill, and continue his legacy.
Visually, this is one of the best movies ever, you can barely tell between the real people and the fake people most of the time. The story was amazing, with good acting, not the best I've seen, but still pretty good. The only thing I didn't particularly like about this movie was that it was very confusing. You should see this movie.

Director: Enki Bilal
Screenplay: Enki Bilal, Serge Lehman
Producer: Dominique Brunner, Sylvie Checreau, Charles Gassot, Daniel Walker
Cast: Linda Hardy, Thomas Kretschmann, Charlotte Rampling, Frederic Pierrot, Thomas M. Pollard, Yann Collette, Derrick Brenner