Philippe is a middle-aged painter, he lives with Annie : they have two kids. Just after they split up, Philippe meets Justine. He starts thinking about love, the relationship between former... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Phantom Heart
Philippe is a middle-aged painter, he lives with Annie : they have two kids. Just after they split up, Philippe meets Justine. He starts thinking about love, the relationship between former lovers..
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Mani V (fr) wrote: Nanban "ALL IS WELL",,,,,,,,, Nice movie
Adam W (ag) wrote: The cover kindof spoils all the twists, but it was an okay movie with a decent enough premise.
Stefano L (gb) wrote: Cruel and brillant idea for a well-filmed drama. Some screenplay elements and ending are a bit disappointing, but it remains a really involving movie.
Walter M (es) wrote: For the record, I believe that family members should never be involved in recording the life stories of loved ones due to the combination of distance and past closeness which can lead to a skewed perspective and usually involves at least one person with an axe to grind or deep-seated issues. Case in point with the latter is the documentary "Tell Them Who You Are" wherein Mark Wexler attempts to document the career of his father, Haskell, the famed cinematographer. That's the case until Haskell hijacks the proceedings to make it more about him as a person, leaving whatever footage in which would normally be cut and vice versa, as Mark forgets that the first rule of the documentarian is to stay behind the camera as much as humanly possible. Admittedly, there is some great stuff here about "Medium Cool," with a neat anecdote about "Coming Home." And some of Haskell's lesser known movies like "Latino" and "Introduction to the Enemy" definitely sound intriguing. But getting back to those issues, the documentary seeks to portray Haskell as irascible and whose left wing politics which did not stop him from working with Elia Kazan stopped him from accomplishing much more in a career full of accomplishments.(At the age of 87, apparently he is still working.) Personally, any discussion of paternal issues by the participants only serve to make me feel well-adjusted which is quite the accomplishment. Look, I am not saying we should venerate all artists or gloss over their shortcomings. It's just that I don't care.
Sherae H (br) wrote: A surprising triumph of a film. Clint Eastwood captured Laurel Canyon in a forgotten love story.
Jacob C (br) wrote: 70/100 - The chemistry between Tommy Lee Jones and Will Smith makes MIB what it is. It's a little corny (but intentionally so), a little shallow, but also really fun. It's definitely not something that requires much if any thought, but it's near the top of that category in my mind. The comedy is smart and quick, the production values are high, and the plot is just ridiculous enough to be good escapist entertainment.
Cornell W (kr) wrote: Spike Lee should never direct another movie again. Just sit at Knicks games, brother.