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(1404) 6.9 113 min 2018

En guerre is a movie starring Vincent Lindon, Mélanie Rover, and Jacques Borderie. After promising 1100 employees that they would protect their jobs, the managers of a factory decide to suddenly close up shop. Laurent takes the lead...

Jacques Borderie, Vincent Lindon, Mélanie Rover, David Rey
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 Olivier Lemaire, Olivier Gorce, Xavier Mathieu, Stéphane Brizé, Ralph Blindauer
Stars Jacques Borderie, Vincent Lindon, Mélanie Rover, David Rey
Country France
Also Known As I krig, Fransk opprør, Σε Πόλεμο, At War, Streik, Sztrájk a gyárban, Em Guerra, La guerra silenciosa, In guerra, Un Autre Monde, Na wojnie, En guerra
Runtime 1H 53M
Description Despite heavy financial sacrifices on the part of their employees and record profits that year, the management of Perrin Industries decides to shut down a factory. The 1100 employees, led by their spokesman Laurent Amédéo, decide to fight this brutal decision, ready to do everything to save their jobs.

Top reviews

Monday, 06 Jul 2020 13:32

I will begin by saying that the use of the term "The Painted Veil" is the result of a translation error. This film is not about "the Painted Veil". It is about the attitudes of the people and the attitudes of the men who lived in the years following the collapse of the French Empire. It is about what the French people did and thought. It is about the memory of that time and the meaning of the name "the Painted Veil". This film has been shown in French-speaking countries with mixed results. In a small French-speaking town, the director, Lucien (Halle Berry), tries to make the film understandable to the uninitiated. He does not succeed. As I watched this film, I kept thinking about "The Painted Veil", because the film focuses on the role of the Frenchman in this strange world. I was impressed with the French dialogue and with the performances of the young people who are speaking French in their country of origin. The young men in this film are actually from a French military academy and they perform very well. The film is made in French with English subtitles. There is some English spoken in the movie. But, since this is a French-speaking film, the French speaking audience is allowed to understand what is happening in the film. The film is full of moments of silent prayer and contemplation. This is an excellent film. It is a study of French attitudes and behavior in the end of the French Empire. It is also a study of how the French were changed by the Revolution. This film is not for the easily offended.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 04:12

In a historical climate where many a film is thought to be tainted by politics, it is good to see a film that not only sets out to be a character study of a historically marginalized group but also shows the struggle of people to make their mark in society. That is the message of a film called 'Guerreros', which was released last week in the U.S. as 'A Walk Among the Tombstones'. If you are not a historian, or a big fan of 'The Walking Dead' then you may not be familiar with the story. It's based on the exploits of a group of slaves in the American South who in 1790's Haiti were lured into the slave trade. When their ship was captured by an English vessel and the captain refused to pay for their release, they decided to set sail for the United States and found their way to New Orleans. There they were given the freedom of their slaves, but not without suffering great hardships. Now, three generations later, the film's title and subject matter are just as relevant today as they were in 1810. This film is very much about the history of slavery in the United States, and it also deals with a very important issue. The film is very well made, very researched, and very well acted. The cast includes: Juan Gabriel, Alba O'Reilly, Tim Roth, and Barry Pepper. The film itself is a love story that is told through the eyes of two individuals who love each other, but who are never in love. Both are African American men, and one is a slave and the other is free. One is a preacher and the other a sailor. One is a captain who must make the decision of whether to rescue his ship or to save his own life. The actor who played the slave, Trevor L. Jackson, who plays the slave, talks about how he was never in love, and that's what he was trying to portray. He wanted to show that slavery and freedom were never one in the same. This film will be enjoyed by anyone who is interested in history, or in film in general.

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