One of Duras’ most fascinating treatments of the dialectical relationship between sound & image, what is spoken & what is left unsaid, is an evocative “adaptation” of her then unperformed play, Agatha. Featuring Bulle Ogier & Yann Andréa as the wandering protagonists. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Sally C (kr) wrote: It should win an Oscar. It is intense, funny and endearing, by way of beginning a description, with excellent acting.
Amanda R (mx) wrote: the original was all i needed
Ali S (ag) wrote: A really well done documentary! It was fun to follow along and to get inside the head of the filmmaker as he ends up making a very different film than he set out to make. He sets out to make a documentary about a child prodigy, to show her painting ability, and to tell her story. He ends up being filled with doubt as it becomes clearer to him that it is likely her father who is doing the actual painting. However, the filmmaker doesn't express this opinion in so many words. He artfully uses the footage he collects to let the viewer decide the verdict.
Stick L (jp) wrote: Simply terrible, Just watching it made me want to die.
Kirk Andre P (ru) wrote: Very Boring Plot.......... if I can give a -2.5 star rating.....i will do it
Paul P (au) wrote: Vince Vaughn is outstanding. Everything he does is wrong and he's painfully annoying. But he isn't a mean spirited person, he's actually trying to help. And the way Vaughn manages to barely miss the mark is fantastic. Plus it's amusing seeing 2 guys who grew up on Mean Streets, Godfather and Goodfellas thinking they're characters from those movies.
Tom K (au) wrote: an excellent sequel; if you liked the original, put this one on your list
Olivia M (br) wrote: I like Thomas and the Magic Railroad. Me and my brother are interest in it. I give it a 100%. You guys must learn this respect this film.
KJ P (fr) wrote: This was very fun! I enjoyed this movie from beginning to end!
Christopher B (gb) wrote: This was ok. A little slower moving than I would have liked.