After leaving Baise-moi, you may want to head over to The Girl, if only to cleanse your palate. A contemporary art film noir set in Paris, it stars Claire Keim and Agathe de la Boulaye as a painter and a nightclub singer who wind up in bed together, much to the chagrin of the latter's boss, who thinks he owns her. Directed by Sande Zeig, The Girl may be a little too abstract for some people's taste. Though in English, it's awfully stingy with dialogue, Zeig preferring to tell her story through camera placement, etc. Almost whatever your taste, however, Keim and de la Boulaye are very easy on the eyes ' the one butch, the other femme, though neither of them terribly fatale.