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(27030) 7.1 99 min 2016

Julieta is a movie starring Emma Suárez, Adriana Ugarte, and Daniel Grao. After a casual encounter, a brokenhearted woman decides to confront her life and the most important events about her stranded daughter.

Adriana Ugarte, Emma Suárez, Inma Cuesta, Daniel Grao
Drama, Romance, Mystery
Pedro Almodóvar

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Romance, Mystery
Director Pedro Almodóvar
Writer Alice Munro, Pedro Almodóvar
Stars Adriana Ugarte, Emma Suárez, Inma Cuesta, Daniel Grao
Country Spain
Also Known As Chuljeta, Silencio, ジュリエッタ, 沉默茱麗葉, Hulieta, 胡丽叶塔
Runtime 1H 39M
Description Julieta (Emma Suarez) is a middle-aged woman living in Madrid with her boyfriend Lorenzo. Both are going to move to Portugal when she casually runs into Bea, former best friend of her daughter Antia, who reveals that this one is living in Switzerland married and with three children. With the heart broken after 12 years of total absence of her daughter, Julieta cancels the journey to Portugal and she moves to her former building, in the hope that Antia someday communicates with her sending a letter. Alone with her thoughts, Julieta starts to write her memories to confront the pain of the events happened when she was a teenager (Adriana Ugarte) and met Xoan, a Galician fisherman. Falling in love with him, Julieta divides her time between the family, the job and the education of Antia until a fatal accident changes their lives. Slowly decaying in a depression, Julieta is helped by Antia and Bea, but one day Antia goes missing suddenly after a vacation with no clues about where to find her, leaving Julieta desperate to understand the reasons of her missing...

Top reviews

Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 16:59

I really like the movie "Julieta" from which I have just watched. I have read the book many times, and the movie is very close to my taste. I think that this is a movie which is very faithful to the original plot, without the "Happily Ever After" ending which was a major disappointment for the book. "Julieta" is a very psychological movie, which explores how people react to their situation and to their true life partners. The director Lutz Frey, who created "The Erinyes", which is a masterpiece about same, has created another movie about a woman, Lina (Evelyn, from the book), who does not know whether or not she is a lesbian, and who loves a guy and needs to find her true life partner. The movie is very similar to that of "Paris, je T'Aime" and "Les Maitres De Minuit", which are not the typical gay/lesbian movies, but much more emotional and personal than other films about gay relationships. I do not know if the writers wanted to portray the situation of these lesbians more like the other characters did, or whether it is just my taste of the story. Anyway, this movie has a real nice atmosphere, and when I have watched it I was really sure that it was an original story and that the audience will get a feel of the real life situations of those who do not want to be gay and do not know what to do. The movie is really sad and sad, but overall it is a good movie. It is one of the most emotional movies I have seen, and I don't think that it is possible to be too sentimental. The cast of this movie is great, and it is very hard to find a gay movie to like. Julieta is an excellent movie, although it is not the best, but a good movie, and I am very glad to have seen it. I have seen many films which are good, but I have found few films which are outstanding. And that is why I like this movie.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 13:37

Having seen Isabelle Huppert in other films such as 'Le Fille de Lisie' and 'La Vie Est Belle' and having loved the work of the French Romantics, I was a little skeptical about this film. However, I must say that it is great! It is hard to find any film that better describes what a film is to me than this. Yes, it is long. Yes, it has some disturbing scenes. Yes, it is more than a little predictable. Yes, it is a little pretentious. Yes, it is not for everyone. And yes, it is confusing, even to a French director. But does it matter? Isabelle Huppert plays Juliette (a seventeen year old girl in Paris who is too frightened to walk alone and too ignorant to use a camera. And, to be fair, we see her daily as she walks the streets, groping at passersby, whose love is as repressed as her own. You can see her eyes become dark when the weather worsens, as if the suffocating desire for a certain someone is driving her ever further away from the open road. It is a defining moment of her life, but also the beginning of a tumultuous relationship with a wealthy Parisian, Cornelius (Gérard Depardieu), who hides the fact that he is engaged to her aunt Sophie (Maggie Cheung), leaving her and the younger man Vincent (Marcel Henier) to operate the camera on his behalf. The more Julianne Moore is onscreen, the more she seems to be the most important character. She does it well, but the viewer is never sure if she will return to the screen again. Julianne Moore is also a great presence in her small supporting role. In terms of acting, she is nearly equal to Isabelle Huppert in this film. If I had only known that she was in this film, I would have not bothered to see it. As it is, I recommend this film to everyone.
Monday, 25 May 2020 03:23

I first saw this movie when I was about 10 years old, and I've loved it ever since. It's a very touching and emotional story that never fails to touch you, it has the same effect on my emotional points of view as Hacksaw Ridge does on yours. It's been a long time since I'd seen this, but I've enjoyed it so much that I know I'll always remember the moment. All the actors and actresses in it are very well chosen and all play their parts well, except for maybe Margot Kidder in the role of the loving mother. But I think I could have done better than her. There are two parts in this movie I find incredibly moving, I think it's the last one in the movie, it's a flashback. There's a scene where Laurence Olivier was acting in a school play and a teacher breaks his arm and asks him to play an old favorite. He jumps into the role with no hesitation, takes it very seriously and then performs. To me, the scene in which he sits alone on the bench during the school play and looks up at the sky as the play is unfolding before him is an incredibly moving scene, the way that Olivier's face lights up when he sees his wife has left him is just heartbreaking. It's so strange that this scene has not been released on DVD, I'd watch it over and over and over again. I also really like the character of Laurence Olivier's character, he is a complex and wonderful character, he makes you laugh and cry. I'd recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch a good romantic movie.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 06:15

This movie was beautiful and fantastic. It has a great story and is really tragic and heartbreaking at the same time. I saw the movie on Friday night, and it is a must see. It's so well made, and the actors are just so well chosen. This movie shows what happens to a man when he loses his faith in God. A man named Gustavo and he is just a family man in Mexico. He has a son named George who is just 11 years old. And he is the only brother. One day, George goes to church, and he meets some other kids, and they tell him that Jesus is the only God. The next day, George finds out that his sister (Julieta) is not the only one who is going to heaven, she is going with a boy named Berta. Now when Gustavo goes to the church to see what happened to his sister, and he finds out that her sister died, he is absolutely so sad, and he thinks that Jesus is going to kill him. So on Friday night, Gustavo goes to the theater to see this movie. He sees a scene in the movie that is just so powerful. And he is so sad, and he can't go to the movies anymore. Then on Sunday, a lady comes to the church, and asks Gustavo to pray. But then he is so angry and he doesn't pray. Then he comes home, and he is so sad. At that time, he had his brother Berta, and he was such a beautiful boy, and then he had his sister. And he made him go to the church, and he was just so sad. Then he decided to go and pray, and then he was dead. And then after this, he went to heaven, and he saw his brother George in heaven, and he was not there, and he was so sad. And then he saw his sister on the top of the church, and he was not there, and he was so sad. That was the greatest moment of my life. I'm so happy that I saw this movie. This is a story that I think people should see. This is a story that everyone should see. And they should all be happy because of it.

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