Mon Roi (My King) is a movie with drama you guessed it more drama, a well addictive romance written and directed by the one and only brilliant director Mainwenn.
The movie comes to the big screen first in New York than in Los Angeles . the twisted love story begins at the end of a relationship, where a rocky marriage encounters everything from incompatibility, affairs, lies, mind games, even a pregnancy happens in hopes to solidify the relationship. But with one side trying to avoid the unavoidable and emotions running high like it usually does in a broken relationship it was inevitable to intercept the results.
But with one side trying to avoid the unavoidable and emotions running high like it usually does in a broken relationship it was inevitable to intercept the results.
George made no effort to save their marriage, it was no longer possible, while Tony efforts were weak and clumsy closing the door behind them.
“A relationship is like a human being”, says the director, “You can be in love with someone, and he can be in love with you, but you are not in love with the relationship.” stop and think about it, there is a big difference.
This love triangle evolves everything, deceiving from both sides is clearly seen in this plot.
Georgio does whatever his heart desires, including drugs and everything that comes with it, girls, money, even getting a second place for his adventures outside the marriage. Tony knows better but keeps going along, as if she was addicted.
They even get married, and if that is not enough, they have a baby in hopes to keep the couple together. But George still does not stop. and Tonny eventually reaches the end of her rope and hits rock bottom.
The Novie My King’s take on a statistical relationship , Georgio’s selfishness, and Tony’s anxiety are the main ingredients for collapsing the relationship.
The emphasis is on quantity over quality. The movie exhausts the dynamic between Tony and Georgio, but it keeps going on and on, clumsily, like an argument that won’t end, sometimes repeating itself at a louder volume.
You can get a taste of that so-called destructive passion in our exclusive trailer, which plays up the strength of both Bercot and Cassel’s performances and the rocky road of their respective characters.
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