Entre les Bras

Entre les Bras

A documentary on French chef Michel Bras and his decision to hand over his restaurant to his son, Sebastien, who has been working with him for 15 years.

A documentary on French chef Michel Bras and his decision to hand over his restaurant to his son, Sebastien, who has been working with him for 15 years. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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ANG x (kr) wrote: This movie is really pure and beautiful love story without any sex scences, violence, cliche etc etc. It leaves with a deep feeling of happiness regardless of the tragic end. I cried a lot but it brought me great joy as well. It is a must watch.

j g (nl) wrote: really FUNNY????????????

Fernando C (au) wrote: I felt for moments I was watching a pixar movie

Hugh A (gb) wrote: 'Comic Legend Rodney Dangerfield' my arse. This guy is the fuggliest, most unfunniest person in the world. All of his movies are dirt to me and his corpse should be shot a thousand times over for the pain his brought for movie goers.

Kasey T (es) wrote: Mobsters was exciting, didnt have those rough looking 30+ year old wogs we see every five minutes, better looking bunch of blokes waving machine guns now thats cool! Joe pesci crushing some guys head in a vice, a little too over the top for me, this was cooler than most gangster crap going around

MJ C (de) wrote: This last film directed by John Huston is based on the James Joyce short story of the same name. For my money it is better than the story (You won't often hear me saying that.) with it's slow, sad unfolding of a tale of love and loss. Each performance is a little gem, each moment filled with meaning.

Jasso L (ru) wrote: Epic turkey cult fun! Rated objectively, this movie would get maybe 20-30% rating. But on a cheesy cult scale it's perfect! You would have to be a complete looney to rate this movie seriously. Oh the genious of having David Suchet as the sadistic evil arab general with the lousy accent! And, seriously, an awesome example of Reagan-era propaganda. "Oh, no, that was different. Mr. Peanut was in charge back then. Now we got this guy in the oval office who don't take shit from no gimpy little countries. Why you think they call him Ronnie Ray-Gun?"

Karsh D (ca) wrote: When Pryor and Wilder get it right there are moments of pure quality comedy gold but there also time when it misfires and you get both of that in this film. Still worth watching though for those golden moments

Mark B (kr) wrote: An engaging premise, but flips one too many times for me. Watch it & you'll see what I mean.

Dylan W (nl) wrote: It's fun doesn't make sense but it's fun

Christopher S (es) wrote: Frantic Italian dark comedy from director Pietro Germi is a sharp, never sentimental farce with clever twists and great over the top characters. The florid camerawork and editing and frenetic performances creates a manic comic energy - even if that that energy does get tiresome after a while, as the film is a bit too long. But it still manages to be entertaining to its sharp and cynical end.

Paul D (fr) wrote: Taps in well to the new world threats of the 21st century, and is a decent thriller for it.

Carlos M (nl) wrote: This extremely disturbing and almost unwatchable exercise in extreme sadism is always gripping, given how it follows unpredictable directions at every moment until it reaches a surprising final act that demands too much from the audience for being so nihilistic and profoundly sickening.

Panos Y (ag) wrote: 8/10 much much better than expected. Inspired action shots and the plot races on.