The DVD is worth renting just for a glimpse of Emily Blunts blue eyes and gorgeous lips as well as her recitation of Nietzsche and seductive stories about Edith Piaf and the singers crimes of passion.
The filming is interesting and there are several beautifully sensual scenes. I did wonder if the director was an older manthere was a hint of the older man fantasy about what two younger women do together, how they act and behave with one another. One highlight of the film was that there wasnt a great deal of drama about the lesbian sex scenes. The actresses seemed quite comfortable. It wasnt the Oh my goodness. The girls are about to have sex now. Drama drama drama. Buildup buildup buildup. The scenes were seamless and genuinely connected to the story line.
I give it 3 and half stars. Go see it, if only to escape and be a fantasist for a little while.