The Grocer's Son
Antoine Sforza, a thirty-year-old young man, left his village ten years before in order to start a new life in the big city, but now that his father, a traveling grocer, is in hospital after a stroke, he more or less reluctantly accepts to come back to replace him in his daily rounds.
- Stars:Nicolas Cazalé, Clotilde Hesme, Daniel Duval, Jeanne Goupil, Stéphan Guérin-Tillié, Liliane Rovère, Paul Crauchet, Chad Chenouga, Ludmila Ruoso, Benoît Giros, Gilles Chabrier, Jean-Luc Boucherot, Gilberte Muguet, Christophe Mirabel, Odile Tommy Martin,
- Director:Eric Guirado,
- Writer:Eric Guirado (screenplay), Florence Vignon (screenplay), Eric Guirado (based on as original idea by)
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(br) wrote: Very good, second time watching it. I really liked some of the characters/actors. 2012 world runs out of gas causing more then 2/3rds of the world population to either die of: Starvation/ Freezing to death/ Slaughtered.--- Survivors take up an empty hospital in hopes of restarting I guess you could say end of world....but all of a sudden they are stalked and picked off one by one by a gang of Cannibals called The Rovers...how will it end, watch to find out...
(kr) wrote: "I hump dead people."
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(es) wrote: It was okay. I mean it was well made but because of the time the topic is not as significant as now. It was okay.
(jp) wrote: Subtle and brilliant, Hal Ashby's prescient comedy may've bowed during the Me Generation, but it packs more of an ironic punch and makes even more sense today. A film like Being There never happens by accident. The narrative and presentation prove so mannered that you begin to wonder if the writer-director himself shouldn't be afforded the same godly status that sometimes gets ascribed to the main character. Even his name, Chance, holds a great deal of wink wink knowingness, as an accelerated and cynical culture accidentally turns this seemingly simplistic man into a pariah. The film's commentary on media addiction and political spin doctoring perhaps grabs latecomers the most, however, pre-dating our current society in which we largely communicate and gather information and opinions through multiple screens. Even though it arrived in cinemas at the end of the '70s, the film earns a top spot during both the Easy Riders-Raging Bull Generation AND still today.In this PG-rated comedy, a sheltered gardener (Peter Sellers) becomes an unlikely trusted adviser to a powerful businessman (Melvyn Douglas, who won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor) and an insider in Washington politics.Without a brave and letter perfect lead performance, however, Being There wouldn't work on any of these meta-levels. Having an actor known mostly for absurdist comedy take on this one-note yet endlessly complex figure is brash enough. Pulling through with the apathetic mimicry needed to sell through this right-place/right time stooge is another thing altogether. Peter Sellers was called many things but genius is the one that's wholly agreed upon. His brash director, Hal Ashby, likewise earns this status--if not just for this, then for his entire CV (Harold and Maude, Shampoo, The Last Detail, Coming Home). Finding inquisitive angles to spy these goings-on while letting a lot of the action play out in long takes (with cinematographer Caleb Deschanel brilliantly helping to set the mood and tone), you get caught up in the hypnotic spin as much as the supporting characters. If it doesn't play well for every last modern filmgoer, afflicted as they are with a gnat's attention span, it's not Being There's fault for Being Square. It's simply too smart for some rooms. Bottom line: There, And Back Again
(jp) wrote: Action movie junkie dream.
(ca) wrote: What's not to love about this? The best of all the Riddick movies, which is the beginning of it all. Vin Diesel has never been so awesome, or so young.
(kr) wrote: best film iv ever seen, james booth (hookie) is great, Stanley baker, nigel green are on top form, always worth watching.