Farewell, My Queen
A look at the relationship between Marie Antoinette and one of her readers during the final days of the French Revolution.
- Stars:Anna Rezan, Nassos Pappas, Renos Haralambidis, Giorgos Giannopoulos, Elisavet Kazopoulou, Dimitris Poulikakos, Kostas Gousgounis, Johnny Vavouras, Marita Rizzi, Léa Seydoux, Diane Kruger, Virginie Ledoyen, Noémie Lvovsky, Xavier Beauvois, Michel Robin, Julie-Marie Parmentier, Lolita Chammah, Marthe Caufman, Vladimir Consigny, Dominique Reymond, Anne Benoît, Hervé Pierre, Aladin Reibel, Jacques Nolot,
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Bill R (nl) wrote: Coppola has a lot of masterpieces under his belt and this isn't great but not as terrible as everyone is letting off to be. Confusing a bit at times and some of the characters are under developed but it's a nice mixture of what happened and what's going on. Given a few things aren't answered leaves the film itself mysterious and the ending is a whole different thing. The directing was good and the dream state was nicely done. Not bad but not good either.
Nacho S (gb) wrote: Muy bien en lo visual; el resto cojea
RajanSatish P (ca) wrote: The movie leans too much on unconventional living and refuses to bid adieu to the psychological past that is truly disturbing
John M (kr) wrote: Too bad...it could have been better I rate it C--
Adam A (ru) wrote: Even though the jokes are getting dated even for American Pie standards, 'American Wedding' is still an atempt to bring more depth, more emotion and heart for its main characters. And as the previous entries goes, the music, the parties and the humour remains.
Hayden P (kr) wrote: It was an emotianal and magical christmas film!!!
Jan L (it) wrote: I think the fact that the film was made by Germans and not Americans was the main reason it's so good
Daniel K (jp) wrote: While not as good as the first film its still a decent flick that fans of the series will appreciate, but very corny.
Sharon B (us) wrote: This film is very funny. I think Seidl has a unique skill when it comes to capturing individuals' devotions, in this case to their animals. I like that he seems to really respect his subjects. He doesn't seem to ever belittle them, which other filmmakers might easily have done given the quirkiness of the subjects. I think I may like his documentary Jesus, Du weisst slightly better in terms of capturing devotions humorously, but Tierische Liebe is solid work.
Brad S (nl) wrote: 2nd time watching this, i still really enjoyed it. Dustin Hoffman gives an outstanding performance as Jack Crabb, a 121yr old who is telling his very eventful life story. Give it a try if you've never seen it!
Anand K (de) wrote: Another bad Pulp Fiction wannabe. Really wish they never made Pulp Fiction. Characters dealing with life and death situations who seem bored and spout cool lines really kinda kills the realism, guys.