Two in the Wave
An in-depth analysis of the relationship between New Wave pioneers François Truffaut and Jean-Luc Godard, as seen through rare archival footage, interviews, and film excerpts — written and narrated by former Cahiers du Cinéma editor Antoine de Baecque.
- Stars:Isild Le Besco, Anouk Aimée, Jean-Pierre Aumont, Charles Aznavour, Jean-Paul Belmondo, Jacqueline Bisset, Jean-Claude Brialy, Anna Carina, Claude Chabrol, Jean Cocteau, Raoul Coutard, Jean Desailly, Marie Dubois, Jean-Luc Godard, Chantal Goya,
- Director:Emmanuel Laurent,
- Writer:Antoine de Baecque
Two in the Wave is the story of a friendship. Jean-Luc Godard was born in 1930; Francois Truffaut two years later. Love of movies brings them together. They write in the same magazines, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Two in the Wave torrent reviews
(it) wrote: Im of an age where I remember Uniteds Class of 92 when they came into the senior team. I specifically remember Ryan Giggs breakthrough and the impact that he had on the league. The number of players that came through from that team is unlikely to be rivaled again with players like Butt, The Neville brothers, Scholes and Beckham.Whilst I liked this documentary as a neutral (although ill admit to not having a lot of love for United) I cannot see fans of Uniteds rivals enjoying this as it is essentially a montage of Uniteds treble winning season. What I would have liked was more on the class of 92 that failed to make it and why this was so when so many of them did? Another annoyance for me was the inclusion of people like Tony Blair and some bloke from the Stone Roses (or was it the Happy Mondays, I forget) in a lame attempt to represent the times? Also add to this laughable comparisons with the city of Liverpool because of their success in the 60s and 70s coinciding with the rise of The Beatles. Danny Boyle (ive a lot of respect for him) also puts in an appearance and trys to suggest that the rise of the class of 92 was somehow down to Margaret Thatchers time as Prime Minister. So there you have it, the recipe for a successful footie team is years of financial and political decline so on this basis expect Greece to dominate the World football scene in years to come?
(kr) wrote: The Parking Lot Movie is a documentary about the workers of a parking lot, looking at how the job influenced their lives and where they were at in life. It's strangely existential and often funny. Given the subject, it's about as good as a movie about parking lot attendants could be.
(kr) wrote: What was the point of this story ? Criticism to the Catholic Church ? Risk of choosing wrong person as a leader? Ludicrous hide?and?seek played by old men ? Anyway, I couldn't enjoy it.
(ca) wrote: Good thriller. Quite well done & efficient.
(ag) wrote: This was simply AMAZING
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(mx) wrote: Good sequel from the Man From Snowy River
(es) wrote: this has officialy became one of my favourite movies of all timeim a huge fan of movies like this based on gangsters of the 30s/40's especially ones like lepke and al capone etci thought the story was great and was good to see that they done it so it actually portrayed what happened and they didnt make it so it suited hollywoodi thought tony curtis was outstanding in this movie, but then again he always is he is an outstanding actor and a true legen
(jp) wrote: A superb - and superbly depressing - piece of tranche de vie, a nonfictional Death of a Salesman without commentary in which we see four miserable Bible salesmen almost dying before our eyes as they wade through a futile, Beckettian landscape of botched interactions. The central figure, Paul, with his increasingly embarrassing Irish impersonations and clear loss of purpose, is by far the most real, and the most compelling, while the the other three are more furtive passers on the way to what would seem to be an inevitably desolate conclusion. Some of the insights into the class life of the American public who examine (and more often than not, fail to purchase) their spiritual wares are unforgettable, and the naturalism with which the Maysles shot this is astonishing given the date: at times it is horrible to watch; it is equally impossible to look away, and the final breakdown and humiliation of Paul is as memorable a culmination to a film about nullity as we're likely to see. The beauty of the film, of course, is that these men are vendors of Bibles, but they could just as easily be selling any other gimcrack or gewgaw capitalism serves up to any of us; that in a horrible sense this works well because we are all, deep down, hackneyed and roadworn Bible salesman, with little heart and increasingly little pride.
(ru) wrote: This was a land-mark film of it's day portraying one of the greatest war heros of the 20th century, even though the movies main focus was the duality of a peace-loving man of God, Vs. the animal within all of us who's only instinct is the preservation of self and those we care about. A must-see for anyone who has never heard of or understands what "The war to end all wars" was all about.
(br) wrote: By far one of Hitchcock's best.
(de) wrote: This was OK. Typical rom-com that is saved from complete mediocrity by the chemistry between Timberlake and Kunis.
(gb) wrote: sweeping sappy hollywoodyish maudlin beautiful enjoyable washing away epic if you let it ..so deal with it or dontand rip to the author
(es) wrote: With enough thrills to keep you guessing, Tequila Sunrise rises above the passing level with support from solid performances by Mel Gibson, Michelle Pfeiffer and Kurt Russell.