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Description: Spooky items is afoot in a French school. All of a sudden, 10-year-old Daniel finds himself alone with Marthe – their encounter is both tender and troubling, and it seems to take zone in a sort of vacuum. In Marine Atlan’s dream-like detail movie debut, kids dance tango timelessly, recite poems and do the drill for an imaginary terrorist attack.
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Description: Coming of age as an Indigenous girl on the South Pacific Islands is a process full of change. Each island may be various but they are connected by a shared history. Everywhere she goes, Vai is someone else, and yet she remains connected to her roots.
Description: Margot, Jeremy, Salome, Caesar, Sonia - They are between 18 and 50 years old. Everything separates them except the urgency to rebuild and restore the relationship to the another that the addiction has destroyed. Solidary, they have as rules, sharing, honesty, authenticity, sincerity, humanity. An wonderful band of living folks who are screaming loudly that we are doing better than others alone.
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Description: The Seven Last Words sounds out the experiential states and rituals particular to humanity, based on seven themes expressed in an oratorio: forgiveness, hope, relation, abandonment, distress, triumph, and life after the death.
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Description: Stillborn, also champion of the MPD Student Movie award for the greatest movie made by a student enrolled in a college course in cinematography, is an experimental movie at times abstract in its execution. It says the storyline of a man and woman who meet out in the middle of nowhere. As he looks upon the young girl's face he imagines what life with her might be like. His imagination runs wild as he thinks of the blissful episodes such as marriage would bring, as well as the entrapment he should suffer. At film's end he makes his decision. Test of the negative photo for one sequence is extremely effective.
Description: This remarkable series of 10 short silent dramas by John M. Stahl, produced by Benjamin Chapin as a car for his performance as Abraham Lincoln, are structured entirely around memory and recollections of the past.
Description: A boy recalls an unusual encounter in a public toilet with the mysterious individual known as ‘Big Pete’; amidst the low-key surroundings, will he finally search the respond to one of life’s largest questions?
Description: In Anaconda, Montana, a strong-willed teenage woman navigates a loving but volatile relationship with her veteran father. In a desperate find for independence and her own identity, she risks family, heartbreak, and her standing in the only zone she can call home.
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Description: Fearing he may have HIV after the condom breaks during sex with a stranger, a young gay Asian American befriends the condom company's customer service representative over the smartphone as he waits for his HIV use results.
Description: Alice, a excellent wife and mother who lives happily with her husband and kid until the day she discovers her husband is living a double life that has crashed her financially and left her a single mother. Alice wars back and dives into a globe beyond anything she has ever known.
Description: When her teenagers head off to camp and her husband abruptly leaves her to start a fresh family, Lila is left to her own curious and chaotic devices for a summer in her rural home in the Catskill mountains.
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Description: Four young queers in Fresh York Town struggle to maintain their proto-utopian community vs the outside globe as their lives curiously merge with the 1980s German novel "So schön" by Ronald M. Schernikau.
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The only thing which bothered me a tiny bit about this film was that the restaurant owner of a French restaurant somewhere in the countryside is played by an English actress. And I love Helen Mirren. There are some weird language cases which do not create sense. Otherwise I thoroughly enjoyed this tiny comedy about two of my favourite foods. I should not decide on which side of the road I wanted to eat.As a senior citizen myself I am everytime satisfied when a film is carried by folks my age. And man do Helen Mirren and Om Puri carry this movie. If you wish to spend pleasant two hours in the company of entertaining folks and pictures of delightful food, you will have a nice time seeing this movie.
I can't trust no has has reviewed this already. I just saw it, and had a nice time.There's really nothing not to like. It's a standard storyline of a clash between two cultures, French and Indian cooking in this case, but rather than just testing it out as that, we see the young Indian chef take an interest in French haute cuisine and experiment with how he can mix one with the other. The head of the haute gamme traditional French restaurant located in the same tiny French town, played by Helen Mirren, doesn't just fall in love with Indian cooking, as you would expect to happen on a made-for-TV film about this topic. She grows to appreciate what Indian cuisine can add to classical French cuisine.She also has certain necessary French Republican values that create her a more interesting character. She does not hesitate to test to crash the opening of the rival, Indian restaurant. But when that restaurant is attacked by racists with cries of "France for the French," part of the actual Nationalist discourse, she fires the person she believes to have been involved in it and publicly washes away the Nationalist graffiti sprayed at the entrance to the Indian restaurant. (This is one of the many necessary scenes that are fresh with the film and have no equivalent of the novel.) The characters are not caricatures, in another words.There are times when the film reminded me of Ratatouille - the in-kitchen rivalry between sous-chefs, for example. (Almost the whole subplot dealing with Hassan and Marguerite is also fresh with the film and not in the novel. The novel does mention, largely in passing, that Hassan becomes romantically involved with the sous-chef, Marguerite. But she is never developed as a hero in the novel, does not enjoy any significant role in Hassan's development as a chef - it is Mme. Mallory who gives Hassan the cook book, not Marguerite - etc.)There were times when you should see the next step too far in advance. It's not a excellent movie.There were also things implied in the film that never got developed. Mirren's upscale French restaurant is in a typical 19th-century bourgeois villa. The Indians establish their restaurant in what is as clearly a southern French farm building, yet nothing is done with the contrast between bourgeois cooking that has become detached from the primary country cooking that would have taken zone in that farmhouse and that has everytime been at the basis of the best French haute cuisine. (That's a theme developed nicely in Ratatouille, with the explanation of the game dish.) The novel touches on that theme from time to time, but never does anything with it either, and in fact seems to forget about it for long stretches. It's not a well-constructed novel. The film script is much better, frankly.That the film does not develop this theme is particularly surprising because the very clear architectural contrast between the two restaurants is also fresh with the movie. In the novel, the Indian family opens their restaurant in other 19th century bourgeois house, described repeatedly as a "mansion," very related to the one occupied by the two-Michelin-star traditional French restaurant. They are located across from every other, as in the movie, but in the middle of town, not out in the country. If the director - or whoever - of the film decided to shift the locale so that he should place the Indians and their restaurant in what is very clearly an old farm house, why was this symbolism not developed?There are, in fact, many very significant changes from the novel, interesting ones. Among another Academy Awards for which this film could at least be nominated is Greatest Adaptation of Previously-existing material, or whatever that award is called. The script of this film is very intelligent, but also very various from the section of the novel from which it was derived.All the acting is nice to first class.It's a feel-good movie, yes, but a well-made one. Better, for example, than "Chef", which deals with some of the same issues, but not as well.Go see it. But be prepared to leave hungry ;)
This film is filled with the joys and sorrows that accompany a full life. The acting is excellent. I should not fault a single actor. Even those delivering one liners seemed divested in the story. The photography and melody are spectacular. A. R. Rahman showed even more depth and diversity than usual in his deep and varied score, and I kept wishing that I should freeze frame some of the nice shots from the movie so that I should take them home to test as inspiration for a painting. Plus, meal has never looked more yummy! The storyline is touching and kept my interest from beginning to end. The messages contained within are subtle but definitely there, and they are positive and uplifting, which is a welcome change in today's challenging world. I fell in love with it all! Kudos! Kudos! Kudos to all!
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