Michèle, 20 years old, feels terrible after having broken up with her boy-friend. She meets Francois, who's a veterinarian and jewish. Michèle decides to convert into Judaism because she ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite
Michèle, 20 years old, feels terrible after having broken up with her boy-friend. She meets Francois, who's a veterinarian and jewish. Michèle decides to convert into Judaism because she ...
- Stars:Ema Tuennerman, Brett Chukerman, Weston Mueller, Rengin Altay, Michael Zwiener, Margaret Kustermann, Jack Rogers, Robert Carson, Richard Blake, Audrey Tautou, Edouard Baer, Julie Depardieu, Catherine Jacob, Philippe Laudenbach, Cathy Verney, Anna Koch, Max Tzwangue, Mathieu Demy, Atmen Kelif, Nelly Camara, Jean Reichman, Bruno Slagmulder, Lucien Melki, Nathalie Levy-Lang,
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Denise G (it) wrote: Sarah Polley. Genia.
Will N (mx) wrote: I seen the last documentary on her which was ok but I'm sure this one got more insight than ever.
Duncan K (ca) wrote: For a movie being about one of the largest music festivals of the past century, there is a distinct lack of music in the film.
Christopher S (us) wrote: Entertaining documentary examines the fascinating life and personality of Harlan Ellison, warts and all. As obnoxiously arrogant as he is, Ellison is an engaging subject, and this film does a good job of blending biography with his crotchety ranting about every aspect of modern day life, but I would liked to have seen more about Ellison's grand body of work.
Michael M (it) wrote: I can only hope this is just the tip of the iceberg for director Ramin Bahrani, as it was a fantastic film.
Eric B (au) wrote: Certainly, "Nightwatching" -- writer/director Peter Greenaway's inventive take on Rembrandt's masterpiece "The Night Watch" -- has a brilliant premise. Ever obsessed with detail to queasy extremes, Greenaway revisits the portrait and imagines that it contains veiled attacks upon its pictured military elite. (I suspect his initial inspiration came from snickering at the central figure's hand shadow, which seems to "grope" the crotch of an adjacent man.)Martin Freeman (best known for a much different role in the British version of "The Office") portrays Rembrandt as an incorrigible, vulgar smart-ass. Indeed, his wisecracking manner seems almost anachronistic, though a passing reference to Manhattan suggests that such impressions may be intentional. In a film about a legendary painter which never actually shows him painting, narrative aberrations must be expected.Rembrandt's kindred spirit is his sharp-tongued wife Saskia, who becomes pregnant early in the plot. Unfortunately, this was the 1600's and childbirth was a much riskier procedure. In bearing their son Titus, Saskia has internal complications from which she never recovers.Meanwhile, a dubious group of military noblemen commissions Rembrandt to paint their portrait. He skeptically accepts the job because he needs the money. But once the project becomes underway, he learns of various acts of debauchery, violence and cruelty that these men have committed. So, he decides to subtly incorporate clues about their sins into the painting. Wickedly ingenious.All this is fascinating, but the script makes a poor choice in positioning the work's climactic unveiling (and its subjects' furious response) with about 45 minutes left in the film. From there, the story just treads water. Greenaway mostly uses the extra time to boost the nudity content (which had been unusually low by his standards, up until then). We see the militia wreak its revenge, draining Rembrandt's prestige and fortune, and there's one valuable scene where a character analyzes the differences between "The Night Watch" and the era's more stiffly posed portraits. But elsewhere, the attention paid to Rembrandt's subsequent mistress and second wife seems off-topic -- this is a film about the creation of a painting, not a biography.The theatrical staging, dim lighting and meticulous production design will be familiar to the director's fans, but "Nightwatching" is not as fiendishly structured as some other Greenaway movies and -- except for its length -- it's easier to watch. If you're looking for an entry point to this filmmaker and his uniquely intellectual style, this is one of the better candidates.
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Patrick B (mx) wrote: A beautiful portrait of the city ruined in its second half by perhaps accidentally conventional and boring love scenes.
Private U (es) wrote: I saw this movie 4 years ago and I still think about these children everyday
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Jason H (mx) wrote: This is an odd movie. It's a little bit ahead of it's time I'd say. Dekker has a strong performance but the rest of the cast is underwhelming and underdeveloped. The plot isnt horrible but it can border on boring at times and it's hard to see the point. It's an good genre movie but not much more.
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