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The Children of the Marshland

A chronicle of a group of friends in rural France in 1918. Garris and Riton live in the marshlands along the banks of the Loire river. Riton is afflicted with a bad-tempered wife and three ...

. . Riton is afflicted with a bad-tempered wife and . Garris and Riton live in Marais, a quiet region along the banks of Loire river. A chronicle of a group of friends in rural France in 1918

The Children of the Marshland is the best great movie of Sébastien Japrisot, Georges Montforez (novel). This movie was introduced in 1999. There are many actors in this movies torrent, such as Jacques Villeret, Jacques Gamblin, André Dussollier, Michel Serrault, Isabelle Carré, Eric Cantona, Suzanne Flon, Jacques Dufilho, Gisèle Casadesus, Roland Magdane, Elisabeth Commelin, Julie Marboeuf, Jenny Clève, Philippe Magnan, Jacques Boudet. There are many categories, such as Drama. The rating is 7.4 in www.imdb.com. This is really a good movie to watch. Share with your friends and watch this movie together

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Bryan C (fr)

rade: A. Hopefully we can find truth in V's words: "People should not be afraid of their government; government should be afraid of their people. In today's political climate, it plays less as a fantasy and more as a grim prediction of our near future. If I had seen this movie 5 years ago, I probably would have enjoyed it, but it wouldn't really have resonated in the same way


Charlie M (ca)

Private eye investigates mysterious woman's cheating husband and uncovers something much deeper in this underrated and overlooked suspense yarn


Erika M (kr)

Beautiful documentary! An inspiring street photography manifesto


James S (au)

Obviously who ever said it was original hadn't seen Man Bites Dog. I'd heard that it was original so I gave it a watch


Jamie W (it)

It makes me very sad that 85% of the facebook population has no interest in a true story that should be on the forefront of everyone's minds these days


Matt H (kr)

One of, if not the best horror anthology I have seen. There is a great intro and outro done by Karloff. All of the stories are very atmospheric, have great casts and stories and sound design and score. The second part "The Wurdalak" is an awesome vampire story with Boris Karloff and the last part, "The Drop of Water" is creepy as hell. A great horror anthology and the first part "The telephone" can be considered the first colour Giallo ever made. (Italian language version) Scary and creepy! Great use of saturated colour and lighting


Steve P (fr)

Directed by Goran Duki?. Starring: Patrick Fugit, Shannyn Sossamon, Shea Whigham, Leslie Bibb, and Tom Waits. Duki? is so close to striking gold with Wristcutters, however, he seems to be perpetually digging around it as he tries to find something enlightening or relevant to say. The idea of suicide isn't the first concept for a comedy, but like all ideas, an appropriate approach and direction is always possible to make humor out of the darkest subject. This is the kind of material that really would've benefited from the hand of Mike Judge, who has already proven himself to be a master of satirical comedy, taking jabs at workplace drudgery, eco-friendly liberal conventions, and shallow consumerism. The film is filled with deadpan, as one would expect, but its joke are never too funny or enlightening to really find amusing, and some frustration builds as the purgatory these characters inhabit goes overlooked in favor of more alone time with the characters. The issue with Wristcutters is despite two very talented performers, it never officially crosses over from being an initially miserable slog to a bleakly funny dark comedy. Also very much an engaging presence is Shannyn Sossamon, who comes in just at the right time in the film to prevent it from being a mopey slog. Patrick Fugit does a nice job as the lead here, playing disconnected and completely unmotivated to do anything. That thought eats at him, and writer/director Goran Duki? puts us in the position of a true voyeur; one who witnesses something troubling occurring but is ill-equipped to do anything about it. He claims he thinks more about Desiree now that he has killed himself, and dictates to us through narration that he can just imagine her distraught, but finding solace in cute, romantic sex with other men. Early scenes showing Zia's uneventful daily life are some of the most interesting up until he meets Mikal, for we see the real sadness that seems to simply plague him. It's the kind of material that treads dangerous waters, where if it goes much deeper it risks being too caustic or offensive, but if it lies dormant and sticks to safer material, it risks being too shallow. Wristcutters has the potential to be a seriously downtrodden film, encapsulated in its own misery so deeply that it becomes an unenjoyable experience. Along the way, they pick up a hitchhiker named Mikal (Shannyn Sossamon), who has just found herself in this world and is searching for the "people in charge" in order to be dealt another hand at life. One day, Zia learns that his ex-girlfriend Desiree (Leslie Bibb) has killed himself, which motivates both him and Eugene to take a road-trip across this wasteland to find her. Zia finds himself more miserable in this world than he was in the previous, as he slogs away each and every day with his roommate Eugene (Shea Whigham), a hasbeen rockstar who killed himself by pouring a beer onto an electric guitar. This is where we, the audience, find ourselves following Zia's (Patrick Fugit) successful suicide triggered by the recent breakup with his girlfriend. It looks largely the same as the real-world, only far bleaker and everyone lacks the ability to smile or even grin and no stars decorate the night sky. In Wristcutters: A Love Story, however, people who commit suicide are sent to what is essentially purgatory. In a sense pertaining more towards the Christian doctrine, however, somebody who commits suicide should perhaps go to hell, for their action has made it so they can no longer serve God, in addition to disrupting the sanctity and safety of their body, the temple of God. In a Christlike sense, a suicidal soul should still go to heaven if they found themselves victim to the pressures of life, or worse, an unrelenting mental illness. "One of the recurring theological debates is where a person who commits suicide is destined to spend eternity; the concept of a person killing themselves has disrupted the dichotomous notion that good people have their eternal souls rest in heaven whilst bad people have their eternal souls rest in hell. NOTE: This film was recommended to me by Glen Malec for "Steve Pulaski Sees It


T S (us)

. . Augh. Ended feeling incomplete and just sad. This could have been an incredible story - instead, it's an undeveloped story that manages to cobble together a few good moments


The Avon L (ca)

sure brings back memories. . . Great movie


Tom K (jp)

Hanks does his best Thurston Howell III and delivers a hilarious, yet nuanced performance. This is not a good movie, but it is great fun