I watched this on DVD last night and although I was a little disappointed I enjoyed it. An interesting story loosely based around a real person which manages to cover most aspects of being alive in fairly respectable and un-cliched manners. Jean Reno was excellent as ever although I'm slightly concerned that in all of the Luc Besson films I've seen he gets killed! The thing that made this movie spectacular though were some the visuals, most of which were quite stunning especially when you take into account this film was made in '88 and wasn't a big budget flick. Luc Besson's style shone through and Eric Serra's soundtrack was typically fitting. Very good, anyone else seen it?