I thought the site was easy to use.
I would suggest different photos for your home page. A close-up of a man smaking and a woman drinking are not exactly main stream. However, if you think they appeal to your intended audience, they are likely fine. Just be aware they may turn some folks off.
I thought the galery intrance photos were very good. Very good. I would suggest on the man for movie stills, cloning out the kight area in the upper right portion. It distracts me - pretty picky but some clients are very picky.
The photos in the portfolios do not, in my opinion, come close to the quailty of the entrance.
The site is in English. I suspect English is not your first or only language. I notices a couple places, like the first line of who I am, that did not flow easily to me even though I am fluent in English (only). There are a couple of verb tense problems. I understand you are asking for photo input, but I would point out that some clients look at the entire site for an indication of your personal attention to detail. (Once while reviewing resumes for hiring, an applicant said he had strong attention to detail skills, but misspelled attention. The resume went into the trash. I may have missed a great engineer, but you have to seperate the wheat and chaff someway.)
Overall, pretty good. I would work on the portfolio images to bring them up to the strenght in the entrance photos. Also, the images appear to be fairly limited in scope, not showing much experience. For instance, movie stills might have several movie with more recognizable actors. It is hard to show a great portrait portfolio with one one or two models. (I try not to repeat models/subjects. Show people you have been around.)