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(1102) 6.4 119 min 2016

Une vie is a movie starring Judith Chemla, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, and Yolande Moreau. A fragmented account of the life of Jeanne as she sets out on the path of adult life and gradually experiences the harsh realities of a woman's...

Starring
Yolande Moreau, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Judith Chemla, Swann Arlaud
Genres
Drama
Director
Stéphane Brizé

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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 Drama
Director Stéphane Brizé
Writer Florence Vignon, Guy de Maupassant, Stéphane Brizé
Stars Yolande Moreau, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Judith Chemla, Swann Arlaud
Country Belgium, France
Also Known As El jardín de Jeannette, 女の一生, Una vida, una mujer, A Vida de uma Mulher, O viata, Una mujer, una vida, Una vita, Egy asszony élete, Historia pewnego życia, Ein Leben, A Woman's Life, Η ζωή μιας γυναίκας, A Vida de Uma Mulher, En kvinnas liv
Runtime 1H 59M
Description A fragmented account of the life of Jeanne as she sets out on the path of adult life and gradually experiences the harsh realities of a woman's life in the 19th-century.

Top reviews

Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 00:24

Although a lot of reviewers were quick to suggest that the movie was an attempt to challenge the power of religion in France, I think that this was never the intent of the film maker. This film was a satirical portrayal of the lives of young people who are forced to deal with their religion and their 'sins' in the face of the secular culture. I believe that the film was intended to show the complex effects that religion has on our lives and the ways in which we can change these effects. The movie was very well-done, and it is very good that it was not censored. In my opinion, the movie was quite funny and it was not intended to be taken seriously. I also found it interesting to see that this film was made in France. I found it very interesting that the majority of the cast was French, and I also found it very interesting that this was a film that was made by French people. In my opinion, this was very important to the success of the movie. However, I would like to know how many people outside France who saw this movie also found it interesting. As a French-American, I would like to know how many people outside of France found the movie interesting. I believe that this film is quite good. I also believe that the movie was somewhat politically incorrect. I believe that the religious message that the film tried to convey is a very important message that we need to keep in mind. I also believe that the movie was a very well-done piece of work. I also believe that this is an excellent film to see at the movies.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 12:02

One of the most underrated movies of recent years, based on a novel by Francois Truffaut. A classic example of a work that succeeds at what it set out to do. Michel Blanc (played by Bruno Ganz) is a 25-year-old university graduate who is struggling with a small debt from his first job. One night, he is kidnapped by a mysterious group of men, who take him to a castle where they force him to write a novel about a young girl who has been kidnapped. Once again, Blanc is used as a pawn in a larger game, where he must write the story and provide the captors with the necessary information. As he is forced to rewrite the novel in the words of the kidnappers, Blanc's life is turned upside down. While the movie does feature a few twists and turns, it never takes itself too seriously and it does not try to be anything other than a solid, well-written story about human relationships. With the exception of some of the performances, the performances are very good. Bruno Ganz and Jessica Hynes give wonderful performances. Bruno is a very real, convincing character. The way he is presented as a young man who is not as strong as he thinks he is is quite convincing. Jessica Hynes is also a great actress and she does a good job with her role. Bruno is a good actor, but she shines in this film. The other actors do a good job. One of the few problems I had with this film was that the pacing is slow. The movie is a little slow, but I think that this is the way it was written. The movie is also not a very original story. It's a lot like "the Kidnapping" from one of the earlier films in the series. The movie is very good, but it is a little too slow. I would give this film a 9.5/10.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 05:50

It is the same time every year, when the New Year's Eve countdown reaches its peak and all the revelers have to get ready to go out to the streets and party the night away. But this year, the countdown has started early and the streets are filled with revelers to celebrate with the family and friends. The New Year's Eve festivities are a celebration of life, love and good times and this film shows that. This film takes place in France, but the film is about the same concept. The story is a tale of two people, played by Jean Reno and Angela Bettis, who are completely opposite of each other and completely opposite in their personalities. The main character, a female photographer named Alice, is very reserved and is afraid of getting involved with people and the crowd. The main character, a male photographer named Laurence, is a more sociable and outgoing person and he is very interested in Alice. The reason why Alice and Laurence meet is that they both have the same hobby of photographing the different people around them during New Year's Eve. Alice's fascination with photographing is what drives Laurence to want to meet her. When the two meet, they make a deal, which in this case is that they will meet up on New Year's Eve and they will take a photograph of each other. The relationship between the two characters is different and the story is also different, but they both end up falling in love and become good friends. But, their friendship does not last long as they both get involved in the life of the crowd. This film is very different from other New Year's Eve films. It is a slow film with a lot of talk and a lot of emotions. The story is very good and is worth seeing. This is a film you should definitely watch.


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