Muriel is beautiful, free-spirited and bed-ridden since a horrific accident. Leo is a drunk middle-aged ex-boxer. Desperate for work and unqualified, he interviews for Muriel, who hires him to cook and care for her against her better judgment. Initially out of his depth, Leo slowly wins Muriel's trust. As Muriel teaches him to read, he forces her to confront the joys beyond her window.
- Stars:Robert MacKinnon, John O'Hara, Jason Peters, Perry Rubenstein, Christopher Lambert, Margarita Rosa de Francisco, Rodolfo De Souza, Linett Hernandez Valdes, Salvatore Basile, Elizabeth del Carmen Bonilla Isaza, Yamile Cardenas Moreno, Hancel Gonzalez Forero, Anibal Gonzalez Parra, Diogenes Guerra Miranda, Julian Iragorri, Juliana Morales Uribe, Nelson Pallares Narvaez, Alberto Thiele Cenzato,
- Director:Alain Monne,
- Writer:Eric Holder (novel), Alain Monne, Nathalie Vailloud
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(it) wrote: This was petty sad for a kid fill but still had great laugh. It was a little predictable
(kr) wrote: Absolutely horrible...don't waste your time.
(jp) wrote: Very good movie. Especially for anyone in the Twin Cities it's a must see. Don't look for anything too flashy or anything, but a good indie film. Again, if you live in Minneapolis/St. Paul you should check it out.
(de) wrote: Even if it's quite frustrating to watch for the first hour, something as interesting as this one does not come along very often. Our Beloved Month of August challenges the idea of fiction, more so than anything done recently (okay, maybe it loses out to Certified Copy, but that is that)
(au) wrote: one of my all-time favorites
(gb) wrote: a very interesting biography
(kr) wrote: Total crap... but John Prine is in it!
(de) wrote: I don't remember enough to say anything more.
(ag) wrote: If you want to see where NIKE stole the "The Lebron", checkout this Richard Pryor Classic. Eddie Murphy has made a career of ths one movie.
(ru) wrote: Uneven Euro crime thriller starts off incredibly slow - with a number of long takes where absolutely nothing happens - but it gets much better by the end. Some of the suspense sequences were expertly crafted, while others seemed strangely amateurish. Good performances, cinematography that is sometimes gritty and realistic and other times bland. But the 60s pop music score did get annoying.
(br) wrote: I loved this movie! I am a 57year old woman, and watching this was like looking in a mirror. I sipped my chardonnay at the same time she did! I cringed at the speed dating, I felt a thrill at seeing Sam Elliot. Wow. What a great movie. And I don't think you have to be older to enjoy it You don't have to be a kid to like Disney. This was a solid movie. A beginning, a middle and an end. Great acting all around. Great cast.
(fr) wrote: Fun film with a great ensemble cast.