Jefferson in Paris
His wife having recently died, Thomas Jefferson accepts the post of United States ambassador to pre-revolutionary France, though he finds it difficult to adjust to life in a country where the aristocracy subjugates an increasingly restless peasantry. In Paris, he becomes smitten with cultured artist Maria Cosway, but, when his daughter visits from Virginia accompanied by her attractive slave, Sally Hemings, Jefferson's attentions are diverted.
- Stars:Nick Nolte, Gwyneth Paltrow, Estelle Eonnet, Thandie Newton, Seth Gilliam, Todd Boyce, Nigel Whitmey, Nicolas Silberg, Catherine Samie, Lionel Robert, Stanislas Carré de Malberg, Jean Rupert, Yvette Petit, Paolo Mantini, Frédéric van den Driessche,
- Country:USA, France
- Director:James Ivory,
- Writer:Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
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Jefferson in Paris torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: Honest, brilliant, tragic and exuberant. Amazing.
(mx) wrote: gret music u can relly sing along to, needs a sing along version lol
(au) wrote: Zoe Bell is a terrible arteries and shouldn't be in the same movie with the amazing Wesley. He makes the movie.
(kr) wrote: badass movie with an awesome soundtrack!
(fr) wrote: Nothing special, but it was alright.
(de) wrote: It's Haneke's own brand of sociological cynicism, seen in the stripped-down highly focused perfection of the first two instalments of his revered and unpleasant trilogy, directed towards the rejection of consumerism and the sometimes hideous effects of the media and now fired with cool disdain at the general decline of society in modern Europe.All in all, a fascinating, deeply unsettling, generally gruelling effort from the master of cool, detached violence.
(nl) wrote: Nice music nothing more nothing less...
(kr) wrote: A beautiful movie, I'm glad that a new Hercules movie was made and a better one at that. Although the Hercules tv series will always be the best. We get to see the tragedy of Hercule's past and his relationship with the golden deer woman.
(es) wrote: This lean spagetti western posing as a Viking epic is minor Bava but still masterly.
(mx) wrote: Le moins connu des trs grands cinastes japonais. Chaque plan est un miracle de composition.
(ru) wrote: rogers and hart, with the amazing judy garland
(br) wrote: A gangster classic, with not only arguably Al Pacino's best performance (I said arguably), but one of the best unhinged performances put to film. The American Dream.
(jp) wrote: Did the shark really try eating a bridge?
(de) wrote: Though the first act is a bit slow, the rest is pretty creepy and it does a good job at building the anxiety and then bursting in the final scene.
(mx) wrote: Super sweet, maybe too much so, but still lovely. Mark Ruffalo is outstanding in his role and the relationship with his daughters was touching.
(kr) wrote: I've always loved the Garfield comics from when I was fairly young and so I love Garfield in general; and this movie really does the character well from the comics. Although I don't really think he needed to sing and dance as much, (as that's not in the comics too often) this movie had a lot of pretty funny parts in it and Garfield was just hilarious. I also really enjoyed Breckin Meyer and Jennifer Love Hewitt as Jon and Liz. Although I do think Jon is way more dorky in the comics, they made this as well as they could in a movie form. Definitely maybe could have been better in some aspects, but I still found it pretty decent. I just like to see Garfield hanging out at home actually, but that wouldn't have made a pretty good plot.