During a harsh Montréal winter, an elementary-school class is left reeling after its teacher commits suicide. Bachir Lazhar, a charismatic Algerian immigrant, steps in as the substitute teacher for the classroom of traumatized children. All the while, he must keep his personal life tucked away: the fact that he is seeking political refuge in Québec – and that he, like the children, has suffered an appalling loss.
- Stars:Mohamed Fellag, Sophie Nélisse, Émilien Néron, Marie-Ève Beauregard, Vincent Millard, Seddik Benslimane, Louis-David Leblanc, Gabriel Verdier, Marianne Soucy-Lord, Danielle Proulx, Brigitte Poupart, Jules Philip, Louis Champagne, Daniel Gadouas, Francine Ruel,
- Director:Philippe Falardeau,
- Writer:Philippe Falardeau (screenplay), Evelyne de la Chenelière (play)
At a Montréal public grade school, an Algerian immigrant is hired to replace a popular teacher who committed suicide in her classroom. While helping his students deal with their grief, his own recent loss is revealed. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Monsieur Lazhar torrent reviews
(es) wrote: would have been a treat to Maheh Babu fans nothing much
(es) wrote: Reporter finds letter suggesting government coverup blahblahblah sole survivors tells her story blahblah its fucking alien tapeworms doing the Invasion of the Body Snatchers thing. Ugh the problems begin with the script and go from there (one of the writers plays the lead "Deke" and it shows because Deke is the only one in town who is competent or capable). Takes a familar story and presents it poorly. Worse it threatens us with a sequeal :| . Avoid. Watch Slither or any of the Body Snatcher movies (there was the original in the 50's and remakes in the 70's and early 90's).
(nl) wrote: This movie goes well with our current economic downfall. It serves as a reminder that losing a job can happen to anybody, and life can change over night. In the end we have to face the reality, pick up the pieces, and move on with our life. However, It's not nearly as engaging or dramatic as other Italian flicks....it's very quiet, and not much happens.
(ru) wrote: My daughter would love this...
(gb) wrote: gecenin krnde izledi?im hala unutamad?m bir film
(us) wrote: Ehk thn menness viihdyttvin Steven Seagal -leffa, jonka olen nhnyt! Ja niit harvoja (ellei ainoa?!) ptk, jossa Steven saa naista... stti:P Stevenin martial arts -taitoja oli aivan huippu seurata ja tytyihn ne toistaa kotikatsomossakin! Loppumatsi on ihan klassikko painovoimaa uhmaavine ilmalentoineen!
(ca) wrote: Interesting doc about open source. All geeks must watch.
(us) wrote: This isn't the best movie ever made, not by a long shot. But for what it is, it's plenty entertaining.
(gb) wrote: Nice. Moving. Touching...even though the style of this movie definitely shows its age. Much has happened in the last 20 yrs to improve productions. To see this movie made again, with todays expertise, would be really fantastic. FYI: John Cusack is in this for less than 5 min...
(fr) wrote: Full of good performances, but a story that seems rather anti-climatic.
(mx) wrote: Great musical! Love it every time I watch.
(gb) wrote: Breaking down in three separate stories, Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow is indeed a fine comedy. However, despite thought-provoking at times, especially the second story with Sophia Loren driving a Rolls-Royce, the whole film is just unattractive. If there were no strip dance from Sophia Loren and the funny Marcello Mastroianni, the film would have been purely unremarkable.
(au) wrote: Family fun with a real story and classic Jerry Lewis slap stick.
(au) wrote: Better than expected based on the reviews. Both Mirren and Hopkins were excellent.
(au) wrote: I've watched a lot of movies about mars. this wasn't among the best.
(it) wrote: Heartbreaking story but wonderful performances.
(au) wrote: It just didn't have that "It" factor most Disney movies have.
(it) wrote: Works to explore the roots of violence and the instinctual, animal masculinity on an almost subconscious level, through intense sequences of sweaty and boozy nightmares. I have never seen Donald Pleasence in finer form.