Just a Beginning

Just a Beginning

Ils s’appellent Azouaou, Abderhamène, Louise, Shana, Kyria ou Yanis, ils ont entre 3 ans et 4 ans quand ils commencent à discuter librement et tous ensemble de l’amour, la liberté, l’autorité, la différence, l’intelligence… Durant leurs premières années de maternelle, ces enfants, élèves à l’école d’application Jacques Prévert de Le Mée-sur- Seine, dans une ZEP de Seine-et-Marne, ont expérimenté avec leur maîtresse, Pascaline, la mise en place d’un atelier à visée philosophique.

"Just A Beginning" follows a nursery school class for a period of two years. But this is a very unusual class as the children, aged three to five study... philosophy! Seated in a circle ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Steve B (ca) wrote: My friends all rave about this film; being of a contrary-nature l often find such enthusiastic recommendations rather a put-off, but l have to admit it's really entertaining, funny and warmly-human. Made on a shoestring, it looks a little rough around the edges at times, but the performances are all perfect, especially Rawiri Paratene ("Whalerider) as the central character. Its a New Zealand film, with some great insights into Maori culture, but the theme, the setting and the humour are universal. Don't get put off by the 'mental illness' tag - its a really entertaining film that left even this grumpy old man leaving the cinema with a spring in his step.

Kelly K (ca) wrote: I have heard that this is one of the best comedies out there, but I have to disagree. I was disappointed. There was not really that much to laugh about. It was far too vulgar and awkward for me to laugh. I have seen better comedies.

John Paul George E (it) wrote: ..the story is funny....and the mystery of the girls death is solved...happy ending for everybody...except for the bad guys....

Al M (jp) wrote: Shallow Ground is an always cheap-looking but profoundly disturbing and original piece of horror cinema. A brutal exploration of the dark deeds we keep hidden in the closet and powerful force of vengeance. Shallow Ground opens prevocatively enough with a blood-drenched young boy appearing at a rural police station in an area that has been plagued by disaster and mass murder. The less said about Shallow Ground the better, for it is indeed an original and surprising piece of horror cinema.

Ed C (jp) wrote: Over the Internet snuff reality show with online betting.--------- Six fools agree to live in one house for six months. They get a million dollars if they succeed. Does the desire for money overcome one's other obligations? Part of the proceedings occur in the Canadian winter, and the furnace breaks down. Are the crows and owls in the attic bad omens or just something one should expect (cold winter, relatively warm attic)? The packages from the outside tend to contain messages to the individuals. The six contestants always hope for food. During the film they get bricks (sad tale from the younger days of one of the women) and a letter notifying the death in the family of one of the contestants; the next package has champagne and a gun (gun violence in the past of one of the men). The 'bloody' hammer next to one of the women in bed one morning was a further shift. A visitor drops in who is an internet programmer. He's never heard of them. Not a good sign. Before leaving, the visitor steals a piece of Emma's underwear and hides it in Danny's room. Emma feels OK invading everyone else's space. Great stuff. Soon after the visitor leaves they find some of his gear near the drop site with blood on it. Emma keeps asserting his guilt; Danny hangs himself. Game over, according to the rules. They radio for help. No one responds. Rex cobbles together an internet connection. He cannot find any reference to their contest. Hence no subscribers. The company that planned the contest has a stub beta site with heavy encryption, or so it seems. Then they get to see the betting odds on each of their characters. As in many mysteries, it's 'follow the money.'----Scores----- Cinematography: 7/10 Better than webcam quality, but not always by much. Some of the exteriors were just fine. The split screens (multiple points of view) were sometimes interesting. The switches from narration filming (good, steady, well done) to the POV of the reality show camera people (so-so to poor webcams) is a little jarring. Sound: 4/10 Bad microphone problems, but incidental sounds are much creepier than the oddly planned visuals. Acting: 5/10 Fine if you like twenty-somethings who still reside in the teen maturity range. Screenplay: 9/10 Initial objectives seem clear enough. The actual objectives take time to surface. It's an old theme (snuff films) updated to the Internet setting (online betting, current video).

Facebook U (nl) wrote: Valentine is still a solidly well made little slasher film with great characters, good kills & a small mount of humor & also has a great soundtrack & a clever twist that turns itself on its head.

Ashley R (gb) wrote: Awesome. I got more than I expected from this one. Definitely recommended for a bad movie night.

Brian K (br) wrote: This was a fun movie to watch. Some may call the ending a tad preachy it truly tied the entire movie up nicely. I enjoyed the dialog and the characters throughout the movie. Worth a viewing.

Zoran S (ru) wrote: Fairly generic bio-pic of Jerome Kern. However, there are some Vincente Minnelli directed musical numbers that make it worth seeing.

Shirley M (br) wrote: Saw it before and really love her movies

Grant H (de) wrote: Ok movie. Throughout the movie, the script is smart and funny at moments, but the film itself isn't very well-made. It's got some interesting production values and style, as well as a few good performances from Slater, Glover, and White.

Nicki M (kr) wrote: I have to admit, I got a little bored with this by the (over cute) end, but I didn't mind this and I think I will watch it again when I'm not as tired as I am at the moment, see if it makes a difference. I liked the trio of Krysten Ritter, Kate Bosworth and Rachel Bilson. Yes, they're all a bit pretty, and Krysten in particular does not look the part of an exhausted single mum, but I liked that they weren't played as perfect, and, ending aside, being a single mum wasn't glorified as being a wonderful thing. Krysten's Kim really struggles here and it isn't all roses. The worst one was the fake Australian ex. His accent was shocking and the phrases cringeable. He also wasn't believable as someone such a beautiful girl would go for. Jason Biggs is barely in this, surprisingly.2017 rewatch: have upgraded half a star. I enjoyed this movie second time around.

The M (kr) wrote: I'd rather see The Blue Planet another time. This look's thin.

Alexander B (mx) wrote: i'm a rooster teeth fan. i think rooster teeth is clever, its funny, and its pretty different/unique. this movie was not.