Eventually L'Homme convinces Luc to have sex with him.
The heterosexual lovers escape, with L'Homme in hot pursuit. They arrive back at their car, only to encounter the police, who shoot Alice and arrest both Luc and L'Homme. The end.
This is a postmodern fairy tale, with disparate and contradictory pieces of the story not quite falling into place. Why did Alice really want Said murdered? Who is L'Homme de Foret, and what does he really want? Why are the police still buzzing around the car, days after the murder?
At least there's a bit of frontal nudity.
Jeremie Renier has played gay characters several times, but his only film available in the U.S. is the heterosexist Brotherhood of the Wolf. Salim Kechioche, who doesn't have nearly enough locker-room and shower scenes, has played gay character before, but here plays a heterosexual.