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(2076) 6.6 100 min 2015

L'attesa is a movie starring Juliette Binoche, Giorgio Colangeli, and Lou de Laâge. A mother unexpectedly meets her son's fiancée at a villa in Sicily and gets to know her as she waits for her son to arrive.

Starring
Lou de Laâge, Juliette Binoche, Giorgio Colangeli, Domenico Diele
Genres
Drama
Director
Piero Messina

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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 Piero Messina
Writer Piero Messina, Giacomo Bendotti, Andrea Paolo Massara, Luigi Pirandello, Ilaria Macchia
Stars Lou de Laâge, Juliette Binoche, Giorgio Colangeli, Domenico Diele
Country France, Italy
Also Known As The Wait, Bekleyiş, Palaa luokseni vielä, La espera, A Espera, L'attente, Oczekiwanie, I väntan på ett mirakel, A várakozás, Mellem to kvinder, 等待
Runtime 1H 40M
Description A mother unexpectedly meets her son's fiancée at a villa in Sicily and gets to know her as she waits for her son to arrive.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 03 Jun 2020 07:23

I've always thought of this film as a one shot, but I think this film will be better remembered than the biggest Hollywood films ever made, like "The Godfather" or "Casino." This film is so fascinating, dark, and heartbreaking that you will either be crying yourself to sleep, or that you will be begging someone to give you a shower. It's not like the typical Hollywood release where you're happy you got to see it, because there's nothing to recommend it. This is a very artistic and effective film, and I think it will be remembered for years to come. This film isn't for everyone, and I think most people will disagree with me on this. The scene where the nurse brings the dead bodies from the morgue is a wonderful scene. It's almost as if the nurse is suffering from some sort of guilt. It seems like she's just being helpful. I think the movie would be great for the younger crowd, but it will be less effective for the older generation because of the violence and the language. I think it's probably one of the best films I've ever seen. This film is beautiful, and I have no idea what they did to make it better, but I think it's a masterpiece. I love the fact that it never shows us what happened to the three boys after they died. The film doesn't show you what the doctors did, or how they got to a hospital, or what the police did, or what they did to the mayor. It just shows us the amazing miracle that the boys had. I hope you'll see this film, and I hope that you'll see it, and that you'll see it for yourself, because it's a really good film, and it's very powerful, and I can't recommend it enough.
Sunday, 19 Apr 2020 01:56

After seeing this film I was staggered to find that the same writer/director and his cinematographer also worked on "Oldboy" and "Jackie Brown" - two films that I would consider masterpieces. (You'll see why when you see the film!) "The Red Violin" is a film that has few equals - from a visual and a narrative standpoint. I found myself relating to the characters with equal fervor - I think that this is a film that can be appreciated by both those who see it for what it is and those who are looking for just an action/suspense/mystery/thriller. And though there are two films that I think are even better (most of them are sequels and sequels are always better), this one has no equal. It's the best film of the year. If you have yet to see this movie, do yourself a favor and see it. You won't be disappointed. The film is set in the 30's and follows three women who get caught up in a murder case - two are exonerated and one is convicted. "The Red Violin" has the gorgeous, powerful look of an art-house film, and also an interesting and gripping narrative. One of the most important things about this film is the way it sets the stage for the later events. The events that follow are never predictable and always interesting. The film's real strength is its imagery - in particular the vignettes in which the women are caught in a Kafkaesque world of crime and violence. The vignettes are beautifully filmed and laced with the same type of suspense you'd find in great films of the 60's and 70's. They are dark and brutal and are set in a sort of dream-like environment. The editing is also very well done - I thought that it was the perfect way to move the story along. The acting is amazing. The performances are all amazing - each of the women are given the opportunity to do what they do best - act. The whole film feels like a dream, and that is a credit to the director and the cinematographer - they give you that wonderful, dreamlike quality. The costumes are also beautifully designed. The music is amazing and allows for some excellent photography. The costumes are so detailed and beautiful that it is hard to describe them in words. The overall look of the film is very striking, as are the colors. The film is sometimes very beautiful, sometimes very stark and haunting - so it is hard not to notice some of the design choices. And the violence. In one vignette I saw, there is a violent death and it is very, very violent. The violence is often very graphic, with several very bloody scenes. And the violence is not just for the sake of violence - it is done to shock and shock you. The violence is also consistent with the entire film. There are several scenes in which characters are attacked and some of the victims are dismembered. And the violence is never just for the sake of shock or shock value. The violence is important and is very realistic - you will feel for these characters and also be shocked by what is happening. The music is also very good. The music is very good - it is not too gaudy or over-the-top. The soundtrack also includes several very beautiful pieces, some of which are not included in the soundtrack. The cinematography is very good - very good for a B-movie. The camera angles are all fantastic, from the long-shots that can show two people standing in front of a door to the wide-shots that show the street in all its raw glory. And the lighting is very effective - sometimes you can see something just by looking at a character's face. And the sound is also very good - there are several scenes where you can hear the sound effects and the silence of the film - these are very important and are very effective. This is a very unusual film. It has a very distinctive look, that's clear and that's not flashy or pretentious. It is very well-made and has a great cast. And it is very intense. But it is also very beautiful and a great film. So go see it, and I can't wait to see it again. If you see it at a friend's house, they can tell you


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