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(947) 6.1 97 min 2018

Figlia mia is a movie starring Valeria Golino, Alba Rohrwacher, and Sara Casu. A daughter torn between two mothers, one who raised her with love and her biological mother, who instinctively claims her back.

Valeria Golino, Alba Rohrwacher, Udo Kier, Sara Casu
Laura Bispuri

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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 Laura Bispuri
Writer Laura Bispuri, A.M. Homes, Francesca Manieri
Stars Valeria Golino, Alba Rohrwacher, Udo Kier, Sara Casu
Country Germany, Switzerland, Italy
Also Known As Meine Tochter, 私の娘よ, Meine Tochter - Figlia Mia, Ma fille, Az én lányom, Minha Filha, Daughter of Mine, Moja córka
Runtime 1H 37M
Description A daughter torn between two mothers, one who raised her with love and her biological mother, who instinctively claims her back.

Top reviews

Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 14:41

Two weeks ago I had seen the movie in a double feature with a director's cut. While I did enjoy the movie, it was not as good as I had thought it would be. I was right. And now I have seen the director's cut, and it was absolutely incredible. The movie is so much more emotionally powerful and intense than the theater version. While the theater version focused on simple, tired explanations of the main characters and what was going on, the director's cut focuses more on the deep psychological concerns of the characters and the real issues in their lives. The real meaning of this film is not just a journey into an eccentric person's psyche, but a journey into the very nature of human sexuality and psychology. It makes you question everything. It brings you into the man's life, and if you look into his mind and his soul, you can see he has no heart. He is just an intellectual that loves to philosophize, and doesn't know what to say. He has only one true friend in Christ, and he doesn't even want to know that he's wrong. He thinks that he's crazy, but you can't help but see that he's not. You can't help but notice how beautiful and human his heart is. All of the characters are drawn so well that I can't help but think of Christopher Walken in a few scenes. He's so charismatic and kindhearted, and yet he knows exactly what's going on with his characters. While he may seem crazy to some viewers, and the film may have seemed strange to others, Walken doesn't fail to be a memorable character. While the story isn't exactly groundbreaking, it's still a great movie. The film is very serious, and the performances are great. They bring so much to the film, and you can't help but see and feel how real people can be. I also thought that it was wonderful to see the image of the sunset in the desert in the end, because it was beautiful. While I felt the film lacked the realism of the theater version, it still has many things that are truly beautiful and heart-wrenching.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 07:51

An artist is totally unaware of the things that affect his life and the people around him. One of his paintings portrays the idea of the Christ. It is as if the painting became part of his life and his surroundings. The imagery in this painting represents everything in his life, both good and bad. The current culture in which all citizens live their life means that the artist can find a sense of tranquility and happiness. As for the visual aspect, it's amazing and amazingly powerful. Every frame of the painting is relevant to the feelings of the person who saw it. When the art critic asked Mirza about the meaning of the painting, Mirza said, "The essence of the painting." This might be one of the most important things in life. You can only experience that if you have this memory in your life. We live our life constantly while we don't even know what's going to happen next. The first part of the movie deals with his life and his art. The second part, dealing with the artists, the city of Tashkent and his colleagues, helps the viewer to understand the life of an artist. There are some things you can't learn about through watching a movie. Mirza is a great person and has a wonderful artistic talent. The world of art in Tashkent must be very beautiful. That's why, despite its problems, Mirza always tries to tell the artists the truth. Sometimes he fails. He really needs help. He has this gift that he can use and I believe that a lot of people will learn from this movie.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 22:14

I'll be honest I never heard of the film but I came across it recently on Netflix and I had to check it out. I am very impressed with the story telling and the way it's handled by the director and the screenplay writer. The film is full of emotion, and I believe it's the best I have ever seen on screen. You truly feel for the main character. She is trying to get through her new job, but she has other problems, and they pull her away from her job. She then falls into a situation where she wants to be a firefighter, but she finds she has feelings for a firefighter. This film is emotional and intense at times, and it is very heart warming. I don't know what to say about the acting in this film. The acting is outstanding and all of the actors did a great job in this film. The story is brilliant, and the film does a great job telling the story. The story does a great job showing the hard times she has to go through because she is emotionally attached to her coworkers and she can't live without them, and she also has a tough life. I liked how this film told the story of her in a way that wasn't in a kind of depressing way. She was not one of these characters that is sad because she is a strong female character. She is a strong female character and she is realistic in her struggle to survive in a tough time in her life. The story is very different from other movies like the ones I have seen before, because it tells the story of a character that is not emotionally attached to her coworkers and she does not have a lot of sympathy for her because she is sad, she doesn't have sympathy for her coworkers. This is different than most movies that are about female characters that are not emotionally attached to their female counterparts. This is a good movie that I would recommend. I would recommend it to anyone. It is a must watch.
Sunday, 22 Mar 2020 08:40

In "Venus" (as this is called) the narrative and the visual direction are of the highest order. The film is primarily an exploration of the non-linear world of a bunch of young kids, and in particular their obsession with "Venus", a goddess whose worship goes deep into their community. The most striking thing about this film, and what makes it one of my favorites of the genre, is the way in which the film manages to blend realism with dreamlike fantasy. Through a few dramatic sequences, the kids dream up a fantastic world, and then then through another dramatic sequence they encounter a real world that doesn't exactly look like their world, but in which they are capable of creating beautiful images. This is a sublime cinematic experience. For me it's not only the stunning visuals but also the incredible orchestration of the orchestra, and the consistent whole of the score that makes "Venus" one of my favorite films of all time. The film opens up on a rooftop in a post-apocalyptic desert, and the acting is first rate, especially from some very talented kids, most notably the lovely Jane Wiedlin, who has a small but important role in the film. As the characters mature and meet their inevitable end, the film never really seems to end. There are an infinite number of visuals to be seen, from the very early scenes of the kids swimming, to the iconic "Venus", to the devastating end of the story. There is the large painting of a Venus that plays an important role in the story, and a bright blue sphere that changes the lives of many of the characters. There are also some very beautiful shots of the coastline of a coastal town, and the street of the film's protagonist. But it's the most spectacular visual and orchestral sequence that has to be the primary focus of the film, the first major scene in which a young girl, Nelly, returns from her visit to "Venus", and experiences what has been left behind, and the one moment in which the film goes into dream-world mode. The colouring of the film is just extraordinary, and in particular the night sky is breathtakingly used. The soundtrack is extremely beautiful, and the use of the Native American songs is very fitting. And then there's the language itself. The filmmakers have chosen to encode the scenes in English, which is very deliberate and is very fitting for this story. "Venus" is a beautifully composed and shot film, with moments of surreal beauty. The film is a one-of-a-kind film. It's a work of art in its own right, a film that should be studied by the greatest film scholars in the world. I highly recommend it to anyone.

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