La ligne droite

La ligne droite

After five years in jail, Leila is free again. Yannick, a young athlete, recently lost his sight in a car crash. The only discipline in which he can compete is running, but he must race ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2011
  • Language:French,English,Arabic
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:boat,   beach,   flashback,  

Leila is released from prison after five years of confinement. She will meet Yannick, a young athlete who became blind after an accident. This last practice race despite his disability, but to run it must be connected by a wire to guide a person called. It offers Leila to be his guide. Through this project, they will learn to rebuild. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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John M (kr) wrote: Terrible acting and the same demon shit you've seen before. Found footage films with bad acting is even worse than just regular films with bad acting because to give you the illusion that these normal people picked up a camera and filmed everything is completely ruined from the get go when they feel like bad actors. I like the idea of a possessed person going to rehab but there's nothing interesting in this film that helps its story of cliche repetition.

gary t (au) wrote: wow....funny,......sad....moving....touching....sad, but good, man i have just seen this movie 4 the 1st time n think that this is a good movie 2 watch......its got a good cast of actors/actressess throughout this movie.....i think that Helen Brugat, Dunja Sowinetz, Inge Maux, Peter Kazungu, Margarethe Tiesel, play good roles/parts throughout this movie.....i think that the director of this art house/international/drama movie had done a good job of directing this movie because you never know what 2 expect throughout this this is such a funny movie 2 watch, but in some ways this is such a really really sad movie 2 watch, i think that this is such a really well directed movie 2 watch, its got a good cast throughout this movie.....It tells the story of a 50-year-old white woman who travels to Kenya as a sex tourist. The project is an Austrian production with co-producers in Germany and France. It is the first installment in Seidl's Paradise trilogy, a project first conceived as one film with three parallel stories. Paradise: Love competed at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. It subsequently screened within such festivals as Toronto International Film Festival, Maryland Film Festival and New Zealand International Film Festival.Critical response Allan Hunter of Screen International wrote: "Love adheres to [Seidl's] methods of working without a traditional script and developing individual scenes from detailed planning and the interaction of professional and non-professional actors. In Love, that results in memorable, highly convincing naturalistic moments as Teresa discusses her desires and vulnerability with a giggly fellow sex tourist or bitterly confronts the reality of a country where love is a transaction rather than a genuine response of the heart. It also creates a rambling, overlong film that just doesn't grip sufficiently to overcome the predictability of the story."Leslie Felperin wrote in Variety: "Ulrich Seidl's Paradise: Love is hardly the first film to explore the world of wealthy women and the young studs who service them; it's not even the first to do it in a sex-tourism context, having been beaten to the punch by 2006's Heading South. But it sure as hell is the dirtiest. ... Repulsive and sublimely beautiful, arguably celebratory and damning of its characters, it's hideous and masterful all at once, Salo with sunburn." Also Screen International and The Hollywood Reporter compared the film to Heading South in their reviewsYOU HAVE GOT TO WATCH THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS MOVIE AS SOMETHING HAPPENS AT THE END OF THE CREDITS THROUGHOUT THIS i found this such a really sad movie 2 watch, but at the same time this movie is just so funny, it is such a powerful drama movie 2 watch, it is such a really well written/acted/directed movie 2 watch.....its got a great cast throughout this movie, man this is such a sad movie 2 is such a sad movie 2 watch but it is such a good movie 2 watch.....Paradise: Love premiered on 18 May 2012 in competition at the 65th Cannes Film Festival. The trilogy's other installments, Paradise: Faith and Paradise: Hope, are planned to appear at forthcoming film festivalsPost-production Editing of the whole project took one year and a half. Seidl went through many rough cuts of which he thought several were good films, but realised that no matter what, it was going to end up five and a half hours long. He also thought the three different stories weakened each other, instead of making each other more interesting. The decision was then taken to split the project into three separate films, and release them as a trilogy.its got a good soundtrack throughout this movie....but man this is such a really funny/sad movie 2 watch its got a great cast throughout this movie. but it is such an enjoyable movie 2 watch with a good cast throughout this movie......

John P (ag) wrote: This movie would have been a lot more convenient for these characters if they just hired Doc Brown and Marty McFly for their time travel. So today, as you may have already know by now, is the official one week anniversary of Paul Walker's unfortunate demise and because of this I wanted to review four of his lesser known movies. "Why not the Fast & Furious films" you may ask? Well because of three reasons; the first is that they are a little too obvious, second is being that they take too long for me to review, and finally is that Paul Walker has been featured in many other movies which some of them were good while others were bad. Which is what today's review is all about, a really bad movie that is probably his second worst film that he was ever in. Now for many of you who may never heard of this ten-year-old flick, Timeline is based on the novel of the same name by Michael Crichton about a team of archeologists that are sent back in time to rescue their professor from medieval France during the Hundred Years War. For those of you who may have never heard of the Hundred Years War, well then let me tell you that it lasted for a very long time against three countries that no one gives a rat's ass about because we are Americans. Any who this movie was one of those stories that Hollywood bought the rights to a book so it can be made on film. What they did not realize at the time was that not everything that sounds good on paper can be morphed onto the big screen. I myself never read the book, but from what I heard it was marginally okay. But having an okay novel doesn't mean you are going to have a blockbuster movie hit, which obviously this film was not. So I think I got enough of the general stuff out of the way, so let us jump right on into my review on Timeline.This movie suffers from a lot of things; like from gaping plot holes, to bad dialogue, and even historical inaccuracies. Paul Walker does an okay job, with his role, as the lead star that looks for his father in the past. However it just feels pretty standard and he does not go above his acting level. Everyone else falls pretty short as well, especially Neal McDonough of all people. There is a scene where he tries horribly to convince an old friend of his to go back with them into the present but that guy decides to kill Neal's character and stay in the past. I don't know why he would do something like that, especially when this is the era where there is no indoor plumbing and the Plague was a huge thing back then. The musical score in this movie falls pretty flat for the most part. Originally they had Jerry Goldsmith to compose the score, but he was replaced by a new score by Brian Tyler. Probably because Jerry Goldsmith died later on that year. The battle scenes between the French and English were the only highlight of this movie where they used interesting strategies that most of these armies used during this war. Apparently somebody at the studio got that part right. In the end it pretty much wraps up like any other standard PG-13 movie, but with a twist which I found to be pretty stupid. Near the end of the film, Gerard Butler's character decides to stay in the past and hook up with some hot French chick. But what was ridiculous about this was that he left behind a sarcophagus with an inscription telling his friends that he had a good life with three children that he named after his friends. Which I find it highly unlikely that they just so happen to find this intact after 600 years with not a single thing that got messed up. Overall, this movie is just one big mess that should not have been made into a movie. I will give credit that the special effects were okay and the battle scenes were good, but it just falls apart entirely which is a real shame. That is why I give this movie only one and a half star.

Susan P (us) wrote: Once you accept that this is not even trying to be a serious or real movie, it is fun, easy to watch entertainment. A good change from violence, car chases and gore.

Jayne W (br) wrote: Ben Bratt is awesome in this movie, I thought his portrayal of drug addicted Miguel Pinero was absolutely convincing.

Mark A (fr) wrote: Good Movie - Great Soundtrack!

Love M (au) wrote: Insignificant copy with Spader being the main attraction. 11/03/2014

Alberto G (us) wrote: The Kingdom of Spiders is one of those films that just changes you. Made in 1977 by director John "Bud" Cardos, the creator of a bunch of bad 70's movies creates a movie that is truly a web of confusion. It stars William Shatner in a movie about spiders taking over a small town in Arizona. This is a movie that you watch with friends when you want to make fun of something and laugh. It is actually a fun time until you reach the end of the movie. It just ends in such a horrendous way that it takes every credible part of the movie away. The performances were not good and the dialogue was lacking substance, but what do you expect from a movie called The Kingdom of the Spiders. The angles and shots were not really impressive either. The best performance was from the 5000 spiders used in the production of this film. The most credible thing from this was the fact that you still get scarred because they are spiders. If I see this movie in a flea market for 75 cents I will truly consider buying this movie for a gag gift at party but other than that it is not worth the buy. This joins my list of crap movies that you have fun watching like Batman and Robin, Road House, Rambo part 3, and Karate Kid part 3. I recommend this movie for people who don't want to watch a good cult movie like Pulp Fiction, Fight Club, or Resivoir Dogs.

Bubba M (ru) wrote: Standard wayne War movie

Greg W (nl) wrote: roy rogers plays a singing version of the famous outlaw

Marla R (it) wrote: Best love story ever made!

Stuart P (de) wrote: It is a protracted chase scene, which quickly becomes fairly tiresome.

Robert R (ag) wrote: While it may be a little too slow for some, "The Savages" nevertheless manages to present a heapload of dramatic ideas and thematically compelling subject matter throughout a worthwhile collage of heartfelt character interaction.