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(1203) 6.4 144 min 2018

L'apparition is a movie starring Vincent Lindon, Galatéa Bellugi, and Patrick d'Assumçao. A journalist is sent by the Vatican to investigate a young girl claiming to be visited by the Virgin Mary.

Galatéa Bellugi, Patrick d'Assumçao, Vincent Lindon, Anatole Taubman
Xavier Giannoli

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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 Xavier Giannoli
Writer Marcia Romano, Jacques Fieschi, Xavier Giannoli
Stars Galatéa Bellugi, Patrick d'Assumçao, Vincent Lindon, Anatole Taubman
Country France, Jordan, Belgium
Also Known As Åbenbaringen, La aparición, Zjevení, Apsireiskimas, Tajemnica objawienia, A Aparição, Uppenbarelsen, Το όραμα, Prikaza, A jelenés, Die Erscheinung, The Apparition, L'apparizione
Runtime 2H 24M
Description A journalist is sent by the Vatican to investigate a young girl claiming to be visited by the Virgin Mary.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Apr 2020 11:06

Oh dear, all those following the events surrounding this film are giving it a bad name, with the reviews in this article praising the film for its "immensely disturbing" or "rare" quality. I can't understand what these critics are smoking! This is not a documentary on a serial killer's murders. The film is actually a collection of the first forty five minutes of the end of the serial killer's life, or whatever it was. It is very well constructed, and has a very dark and brooding look to it. The camera work is sparse, with the shots happening around a single camera rather than the usual handheld. It's as if the director/producer is saying to us, "Here's what I need you to do for me, get me the equipment and gear, and then I'll make this film. You've got no idea how hard that is, and how much you'll have to commit to this, I can't give you a definitive answer, but this is the only way I know to make the film. That's it, now get out and start looking at all of these hours of footage that will make this film, the rest of the film you'll be left to figure out on your own." It's actually quite similar to the case of the Unabomber, when you see the footage, you start to see how the guy was different from everyone else, and then the story of him starts to take shape. These are stories of the end of lives, a man who had no life outside of the internet, and would not be pleased to see his mother and father harmed. The ending is told with a sense of the amateurish style of the documentary, and the director/producer/director explains that in the middle of the story you can't get any camera angles, which is a bit weird, since you can't get anything unless you have all of these cameras. This is not a story about how a serial killer ended his life. This is a story about a man who has been tormented for a long time, and is now over the edge of insanity, who wants to tell his story. This is not a story about how this person became a serial killer, although the serial killer was playing around with a lot of cameras. The people who did the documentary were doing this in the middle of the serial killer's life, and that's how it is. I am a fan of them, and this is my favourite documentary. It's all about the human condition, and the desperation that a man feels, and how his life can change because of it. It is also very honest, and it shows how it is very hard to figure out what's happening to a man in the middle of a serial killer's life, and he just wants to get out. It is a story of desperation, and how it is to be alone in a world where there is no one to talk to. It's a very sad story, but very honest. These are stories of loss, and how something so terrible can change someone. It shows that life is not all about beauty and happiness, but rather about real loneliness. These are stories of the underbelly of society, where we can't tell anyone how we feel, and we have to have a way of getting attention. It's not an easy film to watch, because it's all about the human condition, and how those who suffer are very human. It's a film of people who can't get it together, and struggle to be normal, and who have to hide what they are suffering from. There's a strong message in here, that you can't keep silent about something, and it's good to have a way of telling the truth. It's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I highly recommend it.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 09:42

It's been a while since I've seen an American film with a strong and lasting effect on me. The biggest thrill of "The Lighthouse" was that the theme stayed with me long after I left the theatre. It was the strange, beautiful quality that made me want to make connections between the scenes. I loved this film for the same reason that the premonition of a thief stealing a diamond is frightening: it is human. These characters were human beings with interests and desires. I wanted to feel for them, I wanted to learn from their experiences, and I wanted to understand the underlying motivation of the "act". "The Lighthouse" takes its audience to the far reaches of their feelings. We see their reactions, we see their futures, and we see them as they come together and interact. We all discover more about each other and about ourselves as we go through this. One of the most beautiful and moving scenes was when a father and his son stand together after the car accident. The father is angry, he wants answers, he wants to know how his son was able to do what he did. He is frustrated, he is hurt, he is confused, but he is going to find out. It is a powerful scene. He is also frustrated with the fact that he cannot find the answers that he needs. He has to deal with his son's violent and sadistic acts and he must try to keep it together and protect his son, and try to keep himself from taking the blame for them. This is not a happy scene; it is a dark scene. A tragedy for him and a tragedy for his son. This is also a beautiful scene, as the father tries to convince his son to give up the things that are hurting him and give up the things that he is afraid he will lose. He is trying to understand his son and he is trying to try to protect him. He is also trying to understand his son. He is still trying to find the answers. I found this scene very moving. We all need to have conversations like these. We all need to experience these experiences. We all need to feel what these characters feel. And so it is in this film. These people are not perfect. They are not heroes. They are not villains. They are ordinary people who want to do the right thing, who want to do their best to help people they love. The movie is a joy to watch, a celebration of humanity. The story is very interesting, even though I found it very difficult to follow. I had to see it three or four times to make sense of it. I thought the film did a great job of portraying the complicated story of a father who is forced to look after his son. It shows the devastating effect that a father can have on a child, especially if they are separated for long periods of time. It also shows how difficult it can be to understand your son, particularly if you have spent a lot of time in a country that is not your own. There are some really great scenes in the movie, particularly the scene with the man and his son, where he has the car accident and he is left alone in the darkness. The scene where he is driving around, following the thieves, is also very powerful. There is also another scene where the father is walking with his son on the street, and he is talking to his son, and he gets an idea of what his son will do next. He has a whole conversation about the plans his son is going to do. This is something that would make me feel that he was still listening to his son. I think this is something that many parents would do in a similar situation. The story was also interesting because it was told in flashbacks. We see the past in detail, as we see the present in detail. I did not expect it to be that way. It was interesting that I was able to connect with these characters, and feel their emotions. In a way, I found the flashbacks to be somewhat of a "def
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 02:09

I'm not an expert on the history of cinema, but I'm pretty sure I've never seen such a classic as this one. Definitely one of my favorite films. One of the reasons I liked this film so much was because of the theme of this film. There was a lot of detail in the movie, and it just felt so real. The love story, the love in love with each other, the change of the lovers, the interrelation between them, the way they think about the things they have to do, the way they work. The thing that I thought was so impressive about this film was the way the story was told. It was very stylish, as if you could almost feel the way the writer would go through the scenes. There was a very nice rhythm in the movie. It was very intelligent, very intelligent. It was never boring. It had a real feeling of reality. A lot of the film was pretty intense, but it was also very subtle, and I was not really aware of it until it was too late. I really loved it. I think that it is one of the most important movies that I've ever seen. I'm not a film lover, but I'm not a film critic either. I think that this is one of the best films that I've seen in my life. It's like a little fairy tale for adults, and that's why it is such a great movie. I don't think that I have ever seen a film like this. It's a real treat for everyone who watches it. I can't say anymore that I don't want to say. I'm not going to spoil it. All I'm going to say is that it's an incredible movie. It is a real treat for everyone who watches it.
Monday, 23 Mar 2020 14:31

This is the story of three women who in fact had a vision in which they all were in the body of a woman, not the case at all. The film tries to say something about gender and what it means to be a woman in a patriarchal society. The story deals with a lot of interesting ideas, such as gender-bending. The three women are interesting and unique characters. There are some smart scenes, but the movie does not seem to try very hard to be funny or dramatic. It does not seem to want to be subversive or original. The main character, Helene, is a strange woman who does not fit in the world. She has a very rebellious and provocative spirit. She is not afraid to go places that most women would not go and do things that are not very common. She does not feel like she has to fit into the typical mold. She is not afraid of showing her femininity, showing her sexuality, and for that, she is pretty remarkable. This is a story about women, but it is more of a story about society. The characters in the film are quite compelling and very interesting. Their story is very interesting, and it seems to tell a lot about the things that women are not afraid to do. They are not afraid to defy norms, to do things that are not accepted in the society. The story tells the story of women, but it is more than that. It is a story about the life of women, and it also tells us something about our society. The story is pretty interesting and the characters are really engaging. The performances are good. The performances are very strong. There are some great moments in the movie. The directing is good, but I really do not understand why it is given the tag of a big budget. I did not find the directing to be particularly convincing or interesting, except that the characters are intriguing. This is a well-made film. The movie is made well. It is entertaining. It is entertaining for the two hours that it runs. I would say that the film is worth seeing, but I would recommend it to people who are interested in a good movie.

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