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Critic Reviews for Moka
Around the 77-minute mark, the film appears to reach its logical conclusion, and then proceeds to hit the audience with another satisfying 10 minutes of twists. The real delight comes in watching Baye play mouse to Devos' cat.
"Moka" is a stark, moody mystery that doesn't actually contain much mystery. Instead, it excels as a character study and a dynamic face-off between two formidable actresses: Emmanuelle Devos and Nathalie Baye.
You could rightly call it a thriller, but a slow-burning one, and a film that's driven by character, not plot points.
A tense psychological thriller whose twisty plot benefits from a bravura performance by Emmanuelle Devos.
The premise is hardly fresh, but screenwriters Antonin Martin-Hilbert and Frédéric Mermoud tease it out so gradually that you may find yourself hooked anyway.
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