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(4660) 6.3 90 min 2017

Final Portrait is a movie starring Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer, and Tony Shalhoub. The story of Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti.

Starring
Sylvie Testud, Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer, Tony Shalhoub
Genres
Biography, Drama, Comedy
Director
Stanley Tucci

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Biography, Drama, Comedy
Director Stanley Tucci
Writer James Lord, Stanley Tucci
Stars Sylvie Testud, Geoffrey Rush, Armie Hammer, Tony Shalhoub
Country UK
Also Known As Final portrait, Final Portrait - L'arte di essere amici, Poslednji portret, Le portrait final, Viimeinen muotokuva, Son Portre, ジャコメッティ 最後の肖像, Final Portrait. El arte de la amistad, Alberto Giacometti, the Final Portrait, 寂寞大師, Η τελευταία πινελιά, O Último Retrato, A végső portré
Runtime 1H 30M
Description The story of Swiss painter and sculptor Alberto Giacometti.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 20:48

Despite a wide range of film awards and a box office success, Dave Chappelle's first feature film, 'Only in America', wasn't so big of a success. However, it was great to see a director get so far as to adapt and write a full length film about it. The script is simple, yet extremely profound, as it deals with the everyday struggles of a family. In many ways, 'Only in America' is similar to 'Chappelle's Show', where Chappelle's character David Faustino deals with the injustices of the world through his love of hip-hop and his hippie lifestyle. However, 'Only in America' is very different in a different way. 'Only in America' is more of a comedy, as it was filmed at the very beginning of Chappelle's show 'Chappelle's Show' and the film deals with the same topic, as the subject is that of racism and what it means to be a black man. It's a very powerful film, especially because it deals with the issues of racism in a very serious manner. A lot of times, when a film deals with the issues of racism, it deals with a light-hearted way. 'Only in America' deals with the serious issues of racism with a heavy heart. The use of black music is done very well, as it's used to portray the racism and the situations in which the characters are in. It's a shame that Chappelle's Show wasn't as successful as this film, as it's a very different film that is very unique. It's not a typical film and shows a lot of things that we don't see often in American films, like a black man who is a hip-hop fan. It's also very good to see a black man that is a gay man. This is the first time I've seen a black man portrayed in a film as a gay man. I think this is a very good film. I don't think I will ever forget this film. I give it a rating of 8/10.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 01:18

I am a fan of Zidler and his "new" interpretation of Homer. If you haven't seen it yet, see it, it's really funny and enjoyable. The film was advertised as a comedy, but it's actually a rather dark tale, which may not appeal to everyone. It's not a fairy tale and if you can get past the supernatural aspect, it's a really funny and entertaining film. I also like how they focused on Homer and how he's a really lonely man. I think that is an important part of his life. The two main characters, Marius and Hocclopil, were really interesting and I was impressed by their acting. They seemed to have really good chemistry together, which is rare for many comedies these days. I really loved the way the story unfolded and I think it's a great adaptation of Homer's work. I think it's great for Homer and his friends and I'm happy to see a great film that is trying to be a bit more serious than the other versions of Homer. Also, I think that "Dark Shadows" is a lot better than "Hector and the Search for Happiness" because "Hector and the Search for Happiness" is the most recent film and it was released over 5 years ago. I don't think this film was perfect, but I do think it was well done. The musical score was really good. I was impressed with the use of a "Kumbaya" theme song by Bruno Mars and the use of different instruments throughout the film. I think it was a good balance between the live and silent scenes and the different instruments throughout the film. I also think the use of the "House of Wax" theme song is a great mix of live and silent scenes. I think it was very well done. I also really liked the use of "Oklahoma!" as the musical track. I think it was an appropriate song to use for the movie and I also think it was very interesting. I think that was the best part of the film. I think "Dark Shadows" was a really good and entertaining film. I think it's a really good film to watch if you enjoy the previous Homer adaptations and I think it was very entertaining.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 09:24

Although I am a major James Carville fan I had never heard of this film until I was browsing the local video store's DVD section. After reading the review from the New York Times I went out and bought the DVD. The film starts off very well and I was prepared for the beginning. I was very surprised at how the film turned out. It's been a long time since I've been so moved by a film. I never get tired of it. It is a story of a man who was born to the wrong family. His father was never the love of his life and he grew up without his mother. When he was in college he was in love with a woman who was married to a man who was in a dangerous situation. She lived in the military and he met her when he was working as a waiter at a nearby restaurant. They got together and then he left. This was a pretty devastating experience for him and he thought he would never see her again. The film is about how he got his life back together. I've read reviews about it saying that it was a little too depressing. It is a dramatic film but that's part of it. This film had so much heart and I think that most of the audience will feel that way. I think that the person who gave this film the lowest rating might have been one of the people who has never been in love and don't know what love is. The acting was great from all of the cast members. I didn't even recognize many of them. The film really moves you and it is a good story about how life can be a little confusing and lonely. It's a very positive film. It's not a perfect film but I think that it is an excellent film. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in a moving film.


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