A brief extract of four kids' lives somewhere in France. Quentin, who won a writers contest and now pays more attention to his career as an author than to his friends, beautiful Julie, his girl-friend, much more mature than she looks, falling in love with Quentin's very best friend Jimmy, who is kind of stuck in his unability of self-expression and grown up under bad social circumstances. And there is the shy boy Samir, exiled from Algeria, who lost his "brother" and only friend some time ago. Samir heavily falls in love with Quentin, but he can't handle it...
- Stars:Élodie Bouchez, Stéphane Rideau, Pascal Cervo, Meziane Bardadi, Romain Auger, Salim Kechiouche, Mohammed Dib, Frédéric Fargier, Patrice Thomas, Youcef Ninach, Missoum Laimene, Laurent Diomande, Ryad Benkouider, Paul Morel, Bernard Villeneuve,
- Director:Gaël Morel,
- Writer:Gaël Morel (original scenario), Gaël Morel (adaptation), Catherine Corsini (adaptation)
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(kr) wrote: A rather by-the-numbers biopic that should have been a lot more engaging and interesting than it was. Still, it's a good story.
(es) wrote: by no means a good movie but entertaining if in the right frame of mind for it.
(nl) wrote: Lots of great little jokes, and the blind gimmick is funny for awhile (mostly because of the translator guy), but old Woody just isn't as funny as young Woody.
(ca) wrote: no info = not interested
(au) wrote: Awesome movie :D I LOVE JAMES MAREDSEN !!!
(ag) wrote: Hilarious, great writing (the characters are all great) and performances, and above all unique, this movie will consistently make you laugh while wondering what's happening, and how it will end! I have seen this multiple times and still enjoy it!
(br) wrote: Don't take it to seriously and you'll have a fun ride.
(es) wrote: It may seem today like a Hallmark movie, but for 1983, this rural Texan drama dominates with strong characters, fine performances, and expansive direction.
(gb) wrote: Sometimes we go to movies to feel good. This movie qualifies as the fulfillment of that desire. This movie has some unlikely steps to walk through, but to most of us, that is not a problem. Do we go to Star Wars to observe reality or do we go to escape and enjoy. So it goes with this movie. We abandon what is likely and accept what feels good. In fact, our young protagonist, Evan Taylor, exhibits what to some might be considered savant tendencies as he experiences the world around him. He absorbs his environment and to him it becomes a musical score to be played and experienced. His hope and vision is that it will lead him to his parents and, abandoning reality a bit, that is what happens. His aspiring rocker father and his classical cellist mother both find themselves in New York which happens to be where "the music" has led our protagonist, who is ostensibly adopted by Wizard, played by Robin Williams, who changes his name from Evan Taylor to August Rush. Wizard encourages him to allow the environment to create the music and in the process Wizard experiences potential financial gain. In the end, Evan finds his parents and recognition for his musical acumen. What's wrong with that. Critics may find something wrong, but I find joy and escape.
(ca) wrote: I kept on laughing and laughing till I realized the real meaning behind the jokes and I stopped laughing. Brilliant. This man is brilliant and I obviously realize that way too late.