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(1017) 6.9 102 min 2019

Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love is a movie starring Nick Broomfield, Marianne Ihlen, and Leonard Cohen. An in-depth look at the relationship between the late musician Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen.

Marianne Ihlen, Nancy Bacal, Leonard Cohen, Nick Broomfield
Music, Romance, Biography, Documentary
Nick Broomfield

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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, Romance, Biography, Documentary
Director Nick Broomfield
Stars Marianne Ihlen, Nancy Bacal, Leonard Cohen, Nick Broomfield
Country USA
Also Known As Marianne & Leonard: Sanoja rakkaudesta, Marianne i Leonard: Słowa miłości, Marianne & Leonard: Λόγια Αγάπης, Marianne & Leonard - Parole d'amore, Marianne & Leonard: palabras de amor
Runtime 1H 42M
Description An in-depth look at the relationship between the late musician Leonard Cohen and his Norwegian muse Marianne Ihlen.

Top reviews

Sunday, 24 May 2020 17:14

This is an interesting film. The film, directed by Frank L. Thomas, was actually a joint effort by the film companies of Columbia Pictures and Paramount Pictures. It is a documentary about two musical legends, Marianne Faithful and Leonard Cohen, who were active in the anti-war movement during the Vietnam War. The two worked together on such films as In America, She's All That, and Absolutely Anything. The film opens with a look at the iconic photo of Marianne and Leonard on the cover of a French magazine in 1961, just a few months before they were married. As is customary with the makers of these films, they use footage of the two performing. Then, it proceeds to look at their careers, the later success of their work, and their subsequent lives. We see the careers of Marianne, who is still very active as an actress and singer today, and Leonard, who was both a vocalist and a lyricist. We also see the tragic loss of Leonard's mother in the early 1960s. The film also looks at the impact of the Vietnam War on both Marianne and Leonard. The documentary makers also ask the question, how did they feel about the war? Did it make them feel that they had to act? The answer is yes. Marianne, who was an activist in the anti-war movement, gave an interview that is quoted in the film. She was asked what she thought about the war, and she responded, "I felt we were being used. I mean, it was like a war in the Gulf War. If it was the Vietnam War, it would be the Gulf War. But it was this thing against the Vietnamese. And the truth is, the Vietnamese were just like us. They weren't real terrorists. They were just people who were like us. And we were being used as a human shield." We also see a brief interview with Marianne's son, who was 9 at the time of the interview. He had to leave school because of the war, and he became an activist for peace. He is quoted saying that he felt he was used by the government. And the son also says that he was "trying to be a good person" for his mother. The film also goes on to ask some of the questions that Marianne and Leonard had. It also asks Marianne about the film that she has made, called Nothing But the Truth. The question is asked, why did you choose to make this film? Marianne replied, "I thought that my life was wasted. And I didn't have anything to say. I just wanted to do something positive. And I really didn't know what I wanted to do. I wanted to do something for my mother and for other people, and I wanted to make films that were really positive." We see Marianne in a number of interviews. She says that she felt that she had "nothing to say." And that was the reason she made the film. It is a very interesting film, and I would recommend it to anybody who is interested in this period of history.
Monday, 11 May 2020 09:13

First of all, I want to say that I am a huge fan of music. I have been since I was a kid. That being said, I felt that I had to watch this film. I had heard that there was a documentary on the life of the legendary Leonard Cohen, and I was curious about what that would be like. I have to say that I am glad that I did not wait until I saw the documentary to see this film. This documentary is a great insight into the life of Leonard Cohen, and it will tell you why he was one of the greatest music geniuses of all time. The documentary starts off with the history of the Cohen Brothers, and it does not disappoint. There is a lot of interviews with the brothers that are really interesting and tell us more about the men behind the music. We get the idea that Leonard Cohen was just a normal guy. He wasn't really the famous man that he is today, but he had an amazing personality and he loved what he was doing. There are lots of different clips from his life that tell us a lot about what he was going through and how he felt about it. He was also told how the Nazi's were treating Jews. The documentary goes through a lot of different topics and it shows a lot about Leonard Cohen. There is also footage of him and his friends and family talking about their experiences growing up, and they give us a great insight into their lives. The documentary is very informative and it does a great job of telling us about the man behind the music. The soundtrack to the documentary is also very nice, and it is filled with Leonard Cohen songs. I also really enjoyed the interviews with people who were involved with the Cohen Brothers, like Tony Bennett and Nino Rota. The documentary is very informative and it tells us a lot about the man behind the music. It is also interesting to see how the Nazis treated the Jews and Leonard Cohen. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary and it is very good. It is definitely worth watching.
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 18:49

In March 2012, an American woman named Carmen, 25, from San Diego, CA was diagnosed with breast cancer and gave birth to her first child, a boy named George, on May 17, 2012. Two months later, her condition worsened and she died on June 9, 2012. Her mother, Antonia Lopez, decided to open up about the incident to The New York Times. The film is a tribute to her daughter, Carmen, and how her daughter died. The film is an intimate look at the relationship between the mother and daughter. She was a young mother, with a simple yet powerful mother who taught her how to "be the best mother she could be." Antonia was very close with her daughter and wanted her to succeed. She encouraged her daughter to achieve her dreams and to fight against breast cancer. Antonia did not want to raise a child who was going to be a burden to her or her husband, but she wanted to keep the mother close to her daughter. She never wanted to be a burden herself. The film is very revealing and shows the intensity of the relationship between the mother and daughter. The film has several great interviews with people who knew Antonia. This includes her former boyfriend, George, and her family members, including her husband and Antonia's sister, Val, who raised her daughter and Antonia, together. The interview with George was really good because it focused on his feelings towards Antonia and his relationship with her daughter. George's mother, Maureen, also interviewed for the film, told the story of how she always wanted to be close to Antonia, but never got close to her. Antonia's brother, who was very close with Antonia, tells the story of how she knew her mother would never let her live her dream of being a "star." Antonia's former boyfriend, George, who was close to Antonia, and her son, Antonia, tell their stories about how they were the only family members to know Antonia and her story of how she died is very powerful and very sad. The film was very emotional and did not show much crying, but it did show the intensity of the relationship between Antonia and her daughter. I would recommend this film to anyone who is a parent or anyone who has had a close relationship with someone who has had breast cancer. The documentary does not show the actual events and the images of the event. It shows Antonia's words of love, and the love of her daughter Antonia. The film was very revealing and very powerful. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the relationship between mother and daughter and how it affects their relationship.
Sunday, 12 Apr 2020 22:07

If you have never experienced love, it can be very confusing. Mariana, a solo singer, sings a simple love song, but it's difficult for someone who is not in love to understand what it is she is saying. For those who have experienced love, it can be difficult to understand how this simple song, one of the most loved songs of all time, can leave them feeling empty, confused and upset. But for those who have never experienced love, there is hope. In her telling of her life story, Mariana shares what it was like to have a life-changing love. But she also shares with the viewer a glimpse of the painful feelings that she has had for years after this first love was lost. She explains how she has moved on, reconciled with her own past and how she has come to understand her life now. It is hard to tell if the camera work or the use of music can make a song work better, or if the characters in the film are able to communicate the feelings they are experiencing. The film is easy to watch and the songs are powerful. The music is mixed well, and the emotions are conveyed well. Mariana talks about how she has tried to have a normal life after her first love was lost, and how she has tried to let go of her past and move on. She has come to understand what she is able to do with her life. She has moved on and made the most of her life. She has learned that love is a gift, and that she has the power to use it to make the world a better place. Mariana speaks for many people who have been in love, and she has a message for those who have never experienced love. I feel that this film does a great job of showing the beauty and happiness of love.

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