With Love... from the Age of Reason

With Love... from the Age of Reason

The day she turns 40, Marguerite Flora, a successful rep for a nuclear power company, begins receiving letters she'd sent to herself at age seven. The letters tell her what to do if her life hasn't turned out the way she thought it should, when she was living in poverty with her mother and brother in a small village in southern France. She decides to go back to her birthplace to get the lawyer to stop the letters, but also to visit her childhood sweetheart and her long-forgotten brother, in order to find peace within herself.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:97 minutes
  • Release:2010
  • Language:French,English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:flashback,   letter,   children,  

A career-driven businesswoman rethinks her life after getting letters that force her to reminisce a traumatic, yet romantic, upbringing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


With Love... from the Age of Reason torrent reviews

John S (fr) wrote: It has a choppy story-telling, and tries to become more inventive the original (and probably fake), extincition history, thanks to its unfunny stunts and prdictable plot.

Eugenia E (gb) wrote: The on screen chemistry of Flynn and Niven is amazing and would carry on to several later films. Those planes they are flying are WW1 vintage airplanes...This is how it was done before CGI took the fun out of everything.

Ana V (kr) wrote: i read the book and the book is good.

Adam L (us) wrote: THIS IS HOW THE COUNTRY REACTS TO LIBERALS...god help us...we ARE NOT FREE when only ONE SIDE is allowed to speak freely!

Melania S (es) wrote: I laughed until I cried...

Calvin R (ag) wrote: Lord of the ring:the fellowship of the rings was a masterpiece. Excellent story, excellent action, and the visuals were sharp and excellent.

Tim S (fr) wrote: Blue is for Liberty. After losing her husband, a composer, and daughter in a car crash in which she survives, Julie is left to deal with their loss and reevaluate her own life. For me this first film of the Three Colours trilogy is a masterpiece. The best of the three. This trilogy should be seen by everyone at least once.

Hank F (us) wrote: Watch it for Goldsmith's Planet of the Apes score, and for 10-year-olds who get their kicks murdering adults (you'll have to watch it through to the end for these goodies).

Surajit Kumar M (ca) wrote: A bit similar to wall-e in concept but still something different. Good to watch!

bruno m (us) wrote: great film.though it dragged on too much in the second half