Paul de Marseul, a prestigious wine-maker and owner of a renowned chateau and vineyard in Saint-Emilion, is disheartened by the notion of his son Martin taking over the family business. Martin does not seem to have inherited the qualities that Paul esteems in a wine-maker: persistence, creative insight and technical prowess matched with passion for the job and the product, and Paul frequently reminds him of this, whether explicitly or in subtle gestures. When Philippe, the son of his manager, appears at the vineyard, Paul leaps at the chance to name him as his successor, neglecting the wishes of his own son...
Writer:Laure Gasparotto (collaboration), Gilles Legrand (screenplay), Delphine de Vigan (screenplay)
A story that focuses on the problematic relationship between Paul Marseul, owner of a prestigious vineyard in Saint Emilion and his son, Martin, who works with him on the family estate. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Akilo R (es) wrote: very informational movie. had no idea that all the conspirators in Lincoln's assassination were basically all kids. they were all ages 21-23 except for Boothe who was only 30.
David R (ca) wrote: This film features the city of Minneapolis really well. It also includes a scene where the main characters go to a filming of a local tv show Freaky Deeky. I've been working on this show for over a year now and was thrilled to see my crew on the big screen!
Amber R (it) wrote: a great laugh... I AM KROKER!
Ty P (au) wrote: A simple yet good story, showing the desperation and deception of people, but also the level which people will go for the people they love. Reese Witherspoon is fabulous as usual in once again an underrated performance.
Bob S (ag) wrote: Multiple viewings in a theater setting MIGHT get this more stars. ... could also induce suicide.
mikey THE KID (gb) wrote: this is another wierd one of mine
Dean C (us) wrote: it a must watch for every football fan
William C (nl) wrote: I love Mastroianni, but this was truly one of the worst films I have ever seen. The direction and acting are somewhere between 70s softcore porn flick and a daytime soap opera. The plot is completely contrived and its two main pillars-the love story and the question of Francesca's origins- seem to exist only because each lacked the substance to carry the film on its own. Yes, Kinski is beautiful and previous cinematic experiences will invest Marcello with a dynamism that his actual performance is lacking, but there is nothing of substance to be had here. The film imparts no insight on the tension between erotic infatuation and potential incest. It has nothing beyond the banal to communicate about intergenerational romance. When compared to films that explore similar themes like Eric Rohmer's Le Genou de Claire, Stay As You Are feels like a parody of an art film...and perhaps even that is too much praise.
Ed T (jp) wrote: I thought the motivations for the battle were a little muddled, but I think I like the execution (no pun intended) better than the Hunger Games films. This was crazy intense and the random teen melodrama was spot on and funny and serious both. Can't believe this preceded HG by 8 years.
Kenny V (fr) wrote: One of Peck's most underrated and best performances.
Courtney S (mx) wrote: In the context of Douglas Sirk, Rock Hudson and melodrama this movie struck me thusly: Huh?