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(1067) 6.0 117 min 2016

Cézanne et moi is a movie starring Guillaume Canet, Guillaume Gallienne, and Alice Pol. The parallel paths of the lives, careers and passionate friendship of post-impressionist painter Paul Cezanne and novelist Emile Zola. Both left...

Alice Pol, Déborah François, Guillaume Gallienne, Guillaume Canet
Drama, Biography
Danièle Thompson

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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, Biography
Director Danièle Thompson
Writer Danièle Thompson
Stars Alice Pol, Déborah François, Guillaume Gallienne, Guillaume Canet
Country France, Belgium
Also Known As Les inséparables, Σεζάν και Ζολά, Cezanne et Moi, Cézanne e eu, Cezanne and I, Cézanne y yo, Cezanne & Zola, Cézanne e Eu, Meine Zeit mit Cézanne, Cezanne och Zola, セザンヌと過ごした時間, Cézanne og Zola
Runtime 1H 57M
Description The parallel paths of the lives, careers and passionate friendship of post-impressionist painter Paul Cezanne and novelist Emile Zola. Both left their hometown to conquer the art scene in Paris.

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 23:59

This film by the legendary French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet is one of the best movies I have seen in many years. A film about the great French painter Henri Matisse, a great humanist painter who made a masterpiece which still stirs the hearts of all his friends and those who worked with him, and made it possible for his wife to live in peace and to continue her work in peace, to do what she wanted to do. The film has the impression of an animated cartoon, but the emotions are real and the tension is great. The use of the camera is very well done, and the directors use of the background music fits very well. The acting is amazing. Jeremy Irons is superb as Matisse, and you can see his art in his hands, his eyes, his face, and in his mannerisms. Nicolas Cage is a great humanist, and he really fits the character of Matisse. But that's not the case for all the other actors. Nicole Kidman is not convincing in her role as Matisse's wife. She is too nice, and she really needs to be as rough and cruel as Matisse. Jude Law is a very good Matisse. He really has the same intensity as Matisse. He is an excellent actor. I can not forget that of the wonderful Ewan MacGregor as Matisse's friend Claude. He has the same intensity as MacGregor in "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Don Quixote." This movie is not for everyone, but if you like art, you should see it. Jeunet did not know any of the actors, but you can see that he knows his art and how to make a great film. I have not read the book by Jean-Jacques Annaud, but I think that it is a great movie about Matisse. I would like to see it again, and I hope that the director and actors of this movie read the book. If you want to see a great film about Matisse, you should see this one.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 14:23

This is a wonderful film. It's not quite as long as it needs to be, but the director gives us enough material to keep us interested and entertained. We are given a look at life in the 30s and 40s, and the quality of life on the French Riviera, and in Paris, all in one movie. The director, Isabelle Huppert, has created a wonderful character study of a woman whose life and the people she loves are both intertwined with her desire to do good. It is very well-made. The scenery is stunning. It is very convincing. The characters are well-drawn. They have depth and they act realistically. They are all very attractive, and the women are all very attractive. The love they share is beautiful. It is a story about a woman who loves her neighbors and the people she works with, and the reasons for her love are very interesting. We are able to see how she interacts with them, and how they interact with her. She lives in a nice home, and her husband is a nice, but, there are so many things that are not as wonderful. But we are not afraid to see what is happening in her head. We see the end of her marriage, and we see her worry and her sorrow. We see her fear and her pain. We see the end of her life, and the loneliness and the despair that she lives with. This is a story that everyone should see. There are many wonderful things in this movie. We have the beauties of the women, the beauty of the men, the beauty of the places they live. We have the beauty of life, of love, of life, of death. This is a great film. I recommend it to everyone. It is a great movie. I give it 8 out of 10.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 21:53

The world has changed a lot since "Life of Emile". It seems that every decade of the twenty-first century seems to have a great "painting" on its hands. When an artist paints a painting, it is like a completely different time and place. Even the most controversial and demanding paintings are accepted by the public as being works of art. "Life of Emile" is a relatively new French movie, in fact it was made in 2005. It is a film that tries to tell a story of a person, her "personal" and professional life and the life of a city. It is a story that is not really as interesting as it should be. It is not a very deep story of the human soul, as it is made out to be, but it is an interesting movie that tries to tell an interesting story and that does not even try to tell the story of a painter. The main character in the movie, Mme. Chahine is shown as a very poor and uneducated woman, who does not have a very good education and who has not a very good job in her life. She is the wife of an alcoholic who has tried to kill himself several times, and her children do not have much of a life to speak of. She lives with her friend (or "sister" as she calls him) who has died from her illness, and she has no real friends or family, except her husband. She has lost everything, and even her children, because she has been seen as a pig for the best part of her life. But this is not really a story about poverty and poverty, it is more about the human soul, and how the human soul deals with poverty, because it is one of the most important and the most interesting things in our lives. In this movie, Mme. Chahine is shown as a person who has been through a lot, but still is not satisfied. She has had a lot of pain, and she has suffered a lot, but she is still not satisfied, and she does not know what to do with her life. And she knows that she has to get through this pain. And in this way, she tries to paint a picture of her life and of a city, and she does this with a lot of passion, but she does not really get it. But in the end, she is also happy and she gets it. And in this way, the movie does a good job in telling a story, and in telling a story it does not try to tell the story of the human soul. It tries to tell a story of a pain, and a pain is a very interesting thing. But in the end, it does not do a very good job at telling a story.
Tuesday, 24 Mar 2020 17:05

The best way to explain this film is to say it was a masterpiece of cinematic art. It is so unique, visually and psychologically, that it is impossible to describe. From the beginning to the end of the movie you will be taken into a world of wonder, of pure magic. A world of the heart and mind, and of love. A world that was filled with the music of God, the desire of a man to connect with his family, and the beauty of nature. There was a scene in the film that I think is an important element in the plot, where the father and mother are discussing the difficulties of raising children. He is a womanizer and the mother is tired of her husband's constant abuses. She says that "sometimes the best way to show a man he is wrong is to punish him" and that is exactly what the father does. He takes the two children out of the country, and takes them to live with his mother and his mistress. There is not a word about what happens to the children after the move, but the viewer knows that the children will not grow up in the family. The father's acts are not for the children. They are for himself. But at the same time, he is reminded of the good times he had with his wife and with his children. He is never happy, but he can be happy at his children, when he is alone. The movie is a great art, and the director is an extraordinary artist. The story is not only about the people who live in the garden, but also about the people who live in the family and the people who are living in the garden. This movie is a work of art, and it is definitely worth watching. The photography is truly remarkable, and the music of God is a great delight. This is a film you will not forget. 8/10
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 08:30

The true story of how the Nobel Laureate Henri Nouwen (Liam Neeson) became an award-winning French author is the main focus of this film, adapted from the memoirs of Francois Verneuil (the real-life husband of Cézanne, who did not publish his work until the end of his life). The film is a classic piece of filmmaking, as it tells the story of the life of Cézanne as he was turning 30, living in a Paris society that was not yet ready for the young man to write his great work. Neeson gives a deeply moving performance as Nouwen, who was nearly 40 when he made his novel, one that took over a decade to complete, and one that was thought to be lost until he found a publisher and was able to get it published. It is a performance that I will remember for many years to come. Neeson's performance is very reminiscent of the true story of Verneuil, and you can see the truth behind the famous painter's artistry in his eyes. If you have ever wondered about the relationship between Cézanne and Verneuil, or even about Nouwen's friendship with Verneuil, then you will appreciate the powerful performance that Neeson gives as Nouwen. The film tells the true story of a brilliant artist who turned 30, and it is the story of a friendship that can never be forgotten. The real-life love of Nouwen and Cézanne is told through flashbacks, and the film is at its best when it allows the viewer to delve into the mind of the real-life lovers, revealing the passion they shared, and the joy that they felt when they first met each other. The real story of Nouwen and Cézanne is told through the flashbacks, and the film is at its best when it allows the viewer to delve into the mind of the real-life lovers, revealing the passion they shared, and the joy that they felt when they first met each other.

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