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(2544) 7.0 127 min 2016

Dalida is a movie starring Sveva Alviti, Riccardo Scamarcio, and Jean-Paul Rouve. Based on the true story of acclaimed music icon "Dalida" born in Cairo, who gained celebrity in the 50s, singing in French, Spanish, Arabic, Hebrew,...

Niels Schneider, Sveva Alviti, Jean-Paul Rouve, Riccardo Scamarcio
Music, Biography, Drama
Lisa Azuelos

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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 Music, Biography, Drama
Director Lisa Azuelos
Writer Orlando, Orlando, Catherine Rihoit, Jacques Pessis, Lisa Azuelos
Stars Niels Schneider, Sveva Alviti, Jean-Paul Rouve, Riccardo Scamarcio
Country France
Also Known As ダリダ あまい囁き, Dalida - Dömd att älska, Dalida, enamorada de la vida, Tôi Là Dalida, Dalida. Skazana na milosc
Runtime 2H 7M
Description Based on the true story of acclaimed music icon "Dalida" born in Cairo, who gained celebrity in the 50s, singing in French, Spanish, Arabic, Hebrew, German, Italian, playing in awarded Youssef Chahine's picture "Le Sixième Jour", and who later committed suicide in 1987 in Paris, after selling more than 130 million records worldwide

Top reviews

Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 16:06

I've never been a big fan of Jean-Paul Belmondo's music, and I really didn't like "Tequila Sunrise" on first listen. I'd heard it was a strong little film, and the French language version I'd seen had poor dubbing. But after watching it, I really wanted to know what the fuss was about. It has great music, great acting, a great story. It's not a musical, and it doesn't try to be, but it has its own special style that I really enjoyed. It's not a musical, and it's not supposed to be. The score is fantastic, and I loved the music. It doesn't try to be anything other than what it is, and it succeeds at that. I liked the character design, and I think it fits the story very well. I found myself really drawn into the characters, and it was clear that the director was using their music to tell the story. There are times when the soundtrack felt a little rough around the edges, but that didn't detract from the experience for me. There are parts of the film that were a little slow, but that was also part of the story. There were some parts I thought were a little cheesy, but it didn't detract from the film for me. I thought the ending was great, and really a great way to end the story. I also thought the acting was great. The lead, Helena Bonham Carter, was great, and I thought she really brought the performance of the film to life. And the other actors also did an amazing job. I especially liked Bill Nighy as the villain, and Christopher Waltz as the leading singer. The film is great, and I'm glad I saw it. I definitely recommend it.
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 05:48

I've been interested in Irish music for some time now. It was especially true of my younger years. I was only a child when The Troubles erupted, and my family had no idea what was going on, so my interest in Irish music grew organically. Growing up, my brothers and I had a friend who was an activist for the IRA, so we listened to the music. In the mid 1990s, my sister suggested to me that I should go to America to study music, and I said I could do that, but only if it wasn't the music I was used to. But a few months after I arrived, I met this beautiful woman, and she suggested that I go to Ireland and study music there. So I flew to Dublin and met the young, beautiful people there, and we fell in love. She was going to be in Ireland to meet me, and I flew to Ireland to meet her. I never saw her again. But I'm not really sure that she is dead, either. I think I'll meet her again. I love this song so much. The music is such a part of my life. It's part of my life and my memories. I had never seen a picture of her, and I'm not sure if she ever met me, but she should be there to see me now. And she was beautiful, even in her 50s. She was so beautiful. I cried watching her dance to "Auld Lang Syne" when I first saw her. It was like, "Oh, she's beautiful!" But when I heard that she was in Dublin, I started crying. When I saw her on stage in Dublin, I was overwhelmed. I can't describe it. I know it sounds kind of strange. But I don't think I've ever seen anyone more beautiful, more alive, more intense, more in touch with what's happening around her. I think it's a wonderful thing, this song, because we're all affected by it, and all of the people who live it are affected by it. The song is a beautiful symbol of the love and tenderness and understanding that Irish people share with each other. And it's that love that's in me. And it's that feeling of love and tenderness that I have for her, that she has for me. I think that's why I'm writing this. This song makes me want to love her. It makes me want to know her. It's a wonderful song. And I'm going to try to get to see her again.

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