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(3880) 7.7 117 min 1961

Léon Morin, prêtre is a movie starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Emmanuelle Riva, and Irène Tunc. Set during occupied France, a faithless woman finds herself falling in love with a young priest.

Irène Tunc, Emmanuelle Riva, Nicole Mirel, Jean-Paul Belmondo
Romance, Drama, War
Jean-Pierre Melville

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Drama, War
Director Jean-Pierre Melville
Writer Béatrix Beck, Jean-Pierre Melville
Stars Irène Tunc, Emmanuelle Riva, Nicole Mirel, Jean-Paul Belmondo
Country Italy, France
Also Known As O efimerios, Leon Morin prete, Léon Morin, Priest, Un cura, Eva und der Priester, Léon Morin, sacerdote, Frestelse, Leon Morin, Priest, Léon Morin, präst, Amor Proibido, Léon Morin, Prêtre, Léon Morin prêtre, The Forgiven Sinner, モラン神父, Léon Morin, prest, Léon Morin - O Padre, Kiusaus, Moran Shinpu, Ksiądz Leon Morin
Runtime 1H 57M
Description In World War II, the widow Barny sees the Italian soldiers arriving in occupied Saint Bernard while walking to her job. Barny lives with her daughter and works correcting tests and feels a great attraction toward her boss Sabine. When the Germans arrive, Barny sends her half-Jewish daughter to live in a farm in the countryside and finds that Sabine's brother has been arrested and sent to a concentration camp. The atheist Barny decides to baptize her daughter to protect her and chooses priest Léon Morin to discuss with him themes related to religion and Catholicism and Léon lends books to her. Barny converts to the Catholicism and becomes closer to Léon, feeling an unrequited desire for him.

Top reviews

Sunday, 12 Jul 2020 16:02

What we have here is a story of a young boy, Simon, who is living in a small town. The town's priest, Father Imelda, is a powerful presence in the community. She is so, and her friends are very supportive of her. The boy is very lonely and has had a hard life. He is never accepted by the people of the town and when he is invited to a party for his school's prom, he declines. He is teased and at one point, he even lashes out at a bully. The bully is then sent to a young adult school where he continues to act out. In his school days, he had the power to hit anyone he wanted and the bullying was a regular thing. Father Imelda does not take the situation lightly. In fact, she is furious with the boy for not joining her in her harsh punishments. However, the townspeople are not as tolerant as Father Imelda. After the bullying, a group of young men gather to help out the boy and one of the men is quite a hot-head. He takes the boy to a new place and gives him a room. He also shows him a forbidden kiss. Simon is jealous and as a result, the boy does not attend the prom. The story is really sad and depressing. There is some light at the end of the tunnel and some hope that the boy can make it out of this. The performances are excellent. Chantal Lavie is really good in the lead role. Her boyish looks and voice are convincing. Lorna de Jong is also good as the small town girl who becomes the center of the story. Philippe de Groot is also good in his small role. In my opinion, the film is not great, but it is watchable. The two main characters, one the boy and the other the bully, are both likable. The film is worth seeing for that alone. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "O Minime" ("The Minimal")
Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 06:39

Maurice (Guy de La Part), a young Parisian man who is in his early twenties, is already a fighter and always has his heart set on one thing: to kill the enemy. His father (Guy de La Part) does not know what to do about it. His wife (Isabelle Huppert) is a middle-aged woman who has lost her husband in the war. There is a little drama, but not much. And when Maurice (with his brother Andre) go to visit his uncle (Paul Marceau), he finds that his uncle is a much more romantic than Maurice. However, they start to see each other as equals, and everything goes in a very good direction. This is the most romantic movie of the year, and the most realistic. I think it is a movie that I can watch over and over again. And it's not easy to make a movie like that. I have not seen any movie that can be compared to it. The story is very much realistic. It does not have any humor, but it does not mean that it is not a movie. There is a lot of fight scenes, and the movie is very good at depicting the death of the human being. It does not have any action scenes. But it is not only a movie that shows the death of human beings. There is also a great scene in the movie where Maurice, with his brother Andre, watch the news of the war. There is a scene where they look at the wall, where they see pictures of men who have been killed in the war. They know that it is a war. They watch it over and over again, and it has a great impact on their lives. The most important thing in this movie is the message. The message is that a human being has the right to be able to kill and kill, even if it is his father, his mother, or his friend. It is a message that is so important that it has been shown in many movies over the years. I think it is very powerful. I think it is a movie that everybody should see. I give it a perfect seven out of ten.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 00:55

The famous, and controversial, movie "The Fall of the House of Usher" is a film made by director Jacques Demy, the author of the book "The House of Usher" which was translated by Francois Truffaut into the French language. It was first released in French theaters in 1977 and is considered one of the most controversial and controversial movies in French history. Demy is a notorious name, known for the violence and drugs that he brought to the screen, but the real purpose of his work was to challenge the accepted ideas of the cinema. This movie is very controversial, not only because of the violence that it contains, but also because it is a question of racism and its consequences. The movie is a documentary about a couple of prison guards who have a good relationship with the inmates. They work well together and they do not want to do anything harmful to the inmates. However, they also believe that it is the inmates' fault that their hands are stained with blood, because they had the chance to free themselves from the prison, but chose to stay behind. They believe that the inmates are stupid and that they are only motivated by fear. But they can't be wrong. The movie takes place in the same time period as the infamous "Carrie", which also concerned the "freedom" of a couple of inmates. As a result of this, the movie is made in a very violent way, in the same way as the other two movies, and also has a political content, even though it is not related to the civil war in France. It shows that racism is the cause of the violent problems in the world today. The movie also challenges the established ideas about racism and the issue of the death penalty. In the end, the two directors do not give a decisive answer about the issue of the death penalty, but the message is clear. There is no doubt about the political message of the movie. The movie was banned in France, but it still remains a classic in the world of cinema. It was the second movie that Demy made after the success of "Les Trois Filles" (1966). He worked with the same director Pierre Lescure for the last years of his life. Demy was very successful and very popular, but he did not achieve any great things after the success of "The Fall of the House of Usher".
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 05:26

The first half of this film is beautifully filmed, and it's easy to see why a number of great French film critics called it "the masterpiece of film-making". But the film is, by and large, a dark and brooding drama with little for the eye to do except stare at the screen, and for the most part it just isn't all that interesting. "Nocturnal Animals" is, in a sense, a traditional French film, about people and the world they live in. The title refers to the long shadows that stretch across the faces of some of the main characters, the power that can be felt from each second of a day, and the often intense struggle for existence that all humans must have at one time or another. It is a dark film, but it is so very much more than that. In fact, it is an unusual film, a bit of a mystery, with an interesting and hauntingly beautiful story, and it manages to be very much about the pain and suffering of a group of people. I can't say I really liked this film, and it's not for anyone looking for a serious film. There are some beautiful moments, some great acting, but overall I found it more like a piece of art than a film. "Nocturnal Animals" is by no means a great film. It's a very dark film, with some great performances by all involved, but in the end it is still very hard to make out the main message of the film. It's difficult to put into words what the film is trying to say, but I think what it is trying to say is that life is hard and that it is always good to be alive and not to lose hope. It's an unusual film, but if you are a fan of French film or the cinema in general, I recommend it. It is a wonderful film, but it is also an unusual one. It's a bit like a dark and brooding film about the plight of French life. I don't recommend it, but I would recommend it to those who like to see movies that are different.

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