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(1072) 6.2 89 min 2016

Moka is a movie starring Emmanuelle Devos, Nathalie Baye, and David Clavel. A grieving woman pursues a couple who she suspects of killing her son in a hit-and-run.

Diane Rouxel, Nathalie Baye, David Clavel, Emmanuelle Devos
Frédéric Mermoud

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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 Frédéric Mermoud
Writer Antonin Martin-Hilbert, Frédéric Mermoud, Frédéric Mermoud, Jean-Stéphane Bron, Anne-Louise Trividic, Tatiana De Rosnay, Antonin Martin-Hilbert
Stars Diane Rouxel, Nathalie Baye, David Clavel, Emmanuelle Devos
Country Switzerland, France
Also Known As モカ色の車, Die Jägerin, For My Son, I Gineka me tin Mersedes, Oğlum İçin, A barna Mercedes, Mokka, Η Γυναίκα με την Μερσεντές, Obsesia unei mame, Moca, Per mio figlio
Runtime 1H 29M
Description Consumed with grief and a silent rage over the loss of her teenage son who was killed in a hit-and-run, Diane, the devastated mother, takes the ferry across Lake Geneva to the spa town of Évian, in a desperate pursuit of the truth. Once there, the tragic mother armed with a well-concealed handgun and a graphic, yet incomplete description of the offending car will soon suspect that Marlène, the cryptic middle-aged salon owner, and her boyfriend, Michel, are somehow involved in the irremediable act. However, the path towards justice can be treacherous and serpentine, furthermore, will it make any difference finding the culprit behind the wheel?

Top reviews

Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 20:19

A promising debut by two filmmakers, the film is engaging and well directed, but it fails to make the right impact and rather than putting the viewer in a state of great wonder, it simply leaves the viewer to think about what this would have been like if it had not been a movie. It is difficult to say that a movie cannot have a good and a bad aspect in the same film. It is very hard to say that a film cannot be good and bad in the same movie. It is equally difficult to say that a film can be good and bad in the same movie. This film, in a way, makes the whole concept of a movie ambiguous. I do not believe that it is the responsibility of the audience to decide what kind of movie it is. I do not believe that the audience should decide whether the movie is good or bad. The audience should simply accept the movie as a movie, and the movie should make them feel good or bad about it, whether the movie is good or bad. That is the best part of a movie. If a movie has a bad aspect, the audience should not be able to take the movie seriously, and if it has a good aspect, the audience should not be able to accept the movie as a movie. I think that this film does have a good and bad aspect in it. On the positive side, the film is quite a good introduction to a concept of Chinese cinema. The acting is very good. There are also some very powerful scenes, such as the mother speaking to the child, and the boy's reaction to the father's death. The music is also very good. The story is very interesting and very well written. The story is also quite good. The film does have a lot of elements of a movie. However, the story is very good, and the music is excellent, but it does not make a film. The film is very good in some areas, but it does not make a film.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 05:33

Moka (2016) is a Tamil movie from the 80s, directed by Laxmikant Uppal, and starring Arun Kumar, Supriya Pathak, Boman Irani, Naseeruddin Shah, Viren Swami. Moka is an action packed movie that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It has a strong and powerful plot, a cool, different and original screenplay, superb acting performances, a superb screenplay and an excellent directing job. It is based on a novel by A.R.Rahman. The movie is a very uplifting movie, with some strong messages and a great performance by Arun Kumar. The movie is the story of a poor farm boy who is a hard worker and his struggle to get a job at the end of the day. The movie is very different and it will make you think a lot about society and its mentality. The movie is not a typical melodrama, it is a movie about a young boy who is very different from the rest of the people, but he can be considered a normal human being, who does not take life lightly. The movie is very unique and original, with an outstanding story and screenplay. The acting performances are very good. Boman Irani is a very good actress, she has been playing such a complicated role in a lot of movies. She has also acted in a few good movies, but this is her best performance so far. Naseeruddin Shah plays the role of an Indian doctor, and he has performed well in his role. The story is a little bit complicated, and some parts are predictable, but overall the movie is very unique and fresh. The music is good, especially the songs from the 80s. The movie is good, but the direction could have been better, but I can overlook that. The movie is a very good Tamil movie from the 80s, and I recommend it to all people who like Tamil movies. It is a very good movie.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 08:17

The main problem with films like this one is that they try to take you with them, in a sense that you don't have the option to say, "Ah, this is nonsense, I'm out of here, and I don't want to see this anymore." In the case of this film, the problem is that it is too intelligent for that. If you just want to see some nice dramatic situations, this movie is good. But if you want to see a film that actually attempts to be profound, this is not the one for you. This is, I think, the first time that I've seen a movie that is so philosophical, yet very visually attractive. I saw this film at a film festival and was blown away. It has a lot of visual symbolism and symbolism that is both simple and complex. The film is very simple. It's about three sisters (the three kids) who go to a boarding school in Japan. The story follows the story of three sisters as they grow up and learn to be adults. At the start of the film, the eldest one (Papa) doesn't know the difference between right and wrong, but as the film goes on, he gets used to the rules and becomes more and more aware of them. The eldest sister (Yuri) has the tendency to keep to herself, while the youngest one (Moka) does everything she can to be accepted. While the oldest sister is in her 30's, the youngest one is in her 20's. Each one of them has their own problems with other people and their own past and they all have different attitudes to things. The youngest sister is the smartest one, and is the one that will eventually understand the importance of right and wrong. The eldest sister, on the other hand, is the most "chick-flick" of the bunch. She is very expressive and is the one that will eventually understand the importance of love. While the eldest sister is the one who has the most trouble, the youngest one is the one who gets the most attention. The youngest one is a very young girl, and the oldest one is a grown man. The youngest one wants to live life to the fullest and will do anything to accomplish that goal. When the eldest sister comes to the end of her life, the youngest one is still young and wants to live her life to the fullest. She is the one who has the most trouble with her dad and her family. When the youngest one finally understands what love is and starts to live her life according to that concept, she realizes that she has been living her life in the wrong way. This is where the film is at its best. It goes very deep, and the story is very realistic. It shows how deeply each of the sisters has gone through their life, and how deeply each one
Saturday, 23 May 2020 05:55

There is a moment in Moka where the filmmaker says that he is no longer interested in the story or the events unfolding. He is a man who is no longer concerned with what happens to people in his world, or what they will do to one another, but with the people he meets. He is a boy, no longer an adult, and not yet a man. When he meets a young woman, the boy feels a strange need to protect her, and to make her happy. As time passes, the boy realizes that this girl, his friend, is also a woman, and he is now the only adult in the world. When he is about to return home to his village, the girl tells him that she wants to stay. He does not know what to do with this news, and neither does he know how to return. The film has a dreamlike quality, as if we are watching a fairy tale. It is wonderful to watch the way the director and writer deal with the great images of the world around them, and the relationships they have with one another. There is a wonderful scene in which the filmmaker watches a child play, and he tells the child that he can be a bad man and a bad father, and the child is moved to tears. He then asks him to write a letter to the mother, and he begins to write a letter. When the filmmaker goes to the boy's house to make sure that he is not lonely, the boy is not home, but the boy tells him that he has never been to school. The boy knows that he has never been to school, and he can never be a bad boy and a bad father. It is interesting to see how the boy has become the boy he once was, as he becomes a woman, and not a man. In the end, he has no choice but to return home, but he also has no choice but to become a man. The camera is extremely powerful in this film, and the director uses it in ways that are subtle, but powerful, and the choices he makes are completely meaningful. The writer of the story is a good friend of the director, and he is clearly interested in making the film as true to the story as possible, but he also wants to keep the story as an art film, and he uses various techniques that are not necessary, but that give the film a special style and flavor. The film is well made, and the story is a very good one. The director is a very good filmmaker, and his ability to make the viewer feel that they are watching a fairy tale, is a good thing. I give the film a rating of 8/10.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 15:09

One of the few films in which I have been interested since I first saw it, "Moka" is a truly unique film. The idea is simple. A family in India, named for the Goddess who is the most powerful symbol in Hinduism, is celebrating its 90th year of being a family. They are, however, haunted by their childhood memories. Their patriarch, a well-meaning man who has lost his faith in the sacredness of Hinduism, is having trouble with a former student who is now a priest. As a result, he has an uneasy relationship with his younger son. The children's mother, a devout Hindu, is trying to teach them the proper way of life and discipline, but they are quick to use violence to achieve their goals. The father is too busy being a parent to notice that the children are out of control. We never really know why the children are behaving the way they do, but it is clear that they have not learned anything. To make matters worse, the father's attempts to discipline them are met with violence. When we do learn more about the family, we learn that the father is trying to save the children's minds from the abuse they are inflicting on one another. The son, who is a good student, is going through a spiritual crisis, and this is brought out in his treatment of the younger son. The father, however, is not able to come to terms with the problems in his life, and continues to use his boy to gain attention from the government. In the end, the mother decides to divorce the father. The father returns to the village where he grew up and tells the children that he has a problem with his heart. He is going to undergo an operation to repair the damage that has been done to it. The son is thrilled by this news, but the mother is worried. Is he really capable of such a drastic action? This film is also a character study of the father, and of his son. His wife, the mother, and his son are all characters who are themselves haunted by their childhood memories. We also learn of the father's relationship with the other members of his family. There is a sense of family dysfunction in the family, and the father is unable to understand it. He is also haunted by the idea that his family is not capable of doing anything right. The film does an excellent job of making us think about the nature of our memories and how they can affect us, but also the relationship between father and son. The film does an excellent job of bringing out the emotions of the actors in the roles they play, and the actors are at once both deeply sad and very moving. In my opinion, the acting was so good that I felt that I was watching a movie. The movie also contains an excellent message about the effects that memories

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