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(2289) 7.0 87 min 2016

Au nom de ma fille is a movie starring Daniel Auteuil, Sebastian Koch, and Marie-Josée Croze. Based on a true story, KALINKA is about the struggle of Andre Bamberski to bring justice to his daughter Kalinka who died in disturbing...

Marie-Josée Croze, Sebastian Koch, Christelle Cornil, Daniel Auteuil
Biography, Drama, Crime
Vincent Garenq

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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 Biography, Drama, Crime
Director Vincent Garenq
Writer Julien Rappeneau, Julien Rappeneau, Vincent Garenq, Vincent Garenq
Stars Marie-Josée Croze, Sebastian Koch, Christelle Cornil, Daniel Auteuil
Country Germany, France
Also Known As Spravedlnost pro mou dceru, Kalinka, Sprawa Kalinki, En el nombre de mi hija, Beshem bitty, In nome di mia figlia, El secreto de Kalinka, I min datters navn, Im Namen meiner Tochter - Der Fall Kalinka, U ime moje kceri, För min dotters skull
Runtime 1H 27M
Description Based on a true story, KALINKA is about the struggle of Andre Bamberski to bring justice to his daughter Kalinka who died in disturbing circumstances. After 27 years of investigation to hunt down her presumed murderer, Bamberski will finally get the killer kidnapped and brought to justice.

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Monday, 22 Jun 2020 20:17

I am a big fan of both Chef de la Roca and Amores Perros. This film is simply beautiful and beautifully done. The story revolves around a man who lost his wife. He starts a restaurant with his brother, and quickly becomes a millionaire. The guy takes advantage of his brother's weakness, and the brother cannot live without the man, so he does everything to stop him. He abandons his restaurant, travels all over the country, and even visits his brother's family. However, all of this will not make the brother happy. He will not be able to live without his brother, and he is a man who cannot bear loneliness. The way he is, he can not stop the man. He is not going to leave the man. The brother, for his part, does everything in his power to have his brother leave the restaurant. I am sure that this story could have been done with such a simple but beautiful approach, but it is not. The director of this film, as a whole, makes a good effort, but I think that it is difficult to make a movie like this. The story is not unique. The only thing that it is unique about is the way that the story is told. It is not easy to make a movie with this kind of simple story. However, in the end, I think that it is the director who is not going to get it, but the movie itself. It is not a story that is to be told with words, but with images. This movie has some very good images, as the two brothers and their family. I think that these images give the viewer a sense of satisfaction, because the director used them to tell the story. The director was not only using images to tell the story, but he was using them to show the truth, and they did it brilliantly. It is not a film that will be seen by everybody, but it is a very important movie, and it is going to be seen by many people. I have not seen the first film that the director has made, but from what I have heard about this film, it is a good film. I recommend it to all.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 00:22

He's a charming eccentric with a naive, impressionable look and a pretty boy face. Even so, the way he acted in The Master is far from heroic and heroic certainly does not describe Mr. Cassel as a kind person. To the contrary, he is what the current debate in France has made it out to be: a racist. The majority of the people who voted for the negative comment about him were white French. The other side were French citizens. In the wake of the riots in France, the government of President Francois Hollande has been convinced that the people were absolutely right in their criticisms of the way the system treated them. The master himself is an absolute pacifist, in fact he goes to church on Sunday, and would not be able to leave the house. As a result, he does not talk about race, he does not know that many of his servants are black and he has no knowledge that his daughter has a black sister. Thus, he cannot understand what is going on in the world, and it is an unfortunate fact that he does not live in France, but rather in a land whose history is entirely different from his own. Still, Mr. Cassel is a kind man who has a lot of friends and an interesting job. He is not a racist, as everyone in his village knows him, and he is also not a despicable villain. He is simply a man who has been put in a situation where he has to take up a difficult role. In fact, in his eyes, the film is a good thing. The master is looking for a better life for his wife and daughter, but, after some hard events, he sees that his circumstances will probably never change. If the master has done this, it is because he has been forced to do so by his environment. It would be difficult to find a better film about a person who has given up on what is left to him. I am certainly not against racism. When you see a movie like this one, you see that racism is not something that has only a very negative effect on a people, but is also a strong motivator for some people. So, no, it's not an argument to be made, I think the master has done a good thing. The film itself has also been good. The editing and the acting is great. I will not criticise the actors, but I can say that the music was very well chosen. The editing and the cinematography are great, the acting is excellent and, above all, the writing is good. The screenplay was written by Jean-Pierre Cassel. His name does not appear in the credits and it's true that the film is not called "The Master", but "The Disillusioned". In fact, the master himself has never spoken about the film and he does not believe that it should be called a film. My advice is to see it, but it is not a film that I will go to the cinema to see. I will recommend it to those of you who are interested in French movies and, as I've already mentioned, to those who are interested in what kind of films people in France make. I personally would have liked to see a film with a very different kind of subject matter, that I believe would have been able to touch people's hearts, but this film does not have that kind of depth and it would not have been the same if it were made in another country. All in all, I think the master is a film that deserves to be seen and I hope that this film is able to open people's eyes and in turn make them question their own country, their own governments, and their own society. As for me, I will just have to continue to be a very grateful student of French cinema.<|endof
Friday, 15 May 2020 09:45

The French and English title for this film (In the Shadow of the Moon) is misleading. It is actually a much more significant film than either title suggests, and it is not all that easy to tell apart from the other films that it references. The film is based on the true story of Margaret Thorsen, the wife of David Thorsen, a millionaire who owned one of the few big oil companies in the United States in the late 1940s. She was among the richest and most influential people in her area of influence, and after the war she devoted her entire life to protecting and promoting the interests of her powerful friends. It is in this context that the film is concerned. The film is a work of fiction, and one that the real Margaret Thorsen never would have approved of. The film is based on the memoirs of Thorsen's second wife, Betty Thorsen, who was never married to David Thorsen. The film is very close to the facts, but it is not a story. It is a portrait of a powerful, wealthy woman who is consumed with self-preservation and who actively encouraged and protected her rich friends. The film is structured as a biography, with two separate stories that relate to one another. The first story, "In the Shadow of the Moon," is the story of Margaret Thorsen's life and her life in the United States during the late 1940s and early 1950s. The second story, "Loving David Thorsen," is a fictionalized story of how Margaret Thorsen took on the role of an independent-minded editor of her wealthy husband's magazine, believing herself to be so devoted to him that she had nothing but her loyalty to her. There is no sense of present or past, just the lived experience of one person and her relationship to her own life. There is a moment of flashbacks to Margaret's life in Paris, before she left for the United States in 1947. One story is told in flashback, and that flashback is also told in a flash back in the present. The flashbacks and flash backs are set against a soundtrack that is similar to the score of the 1938 silent film, "The Lady of the Lake," starring Isabelle Adjani. The film is full of humor, melancholy, and sadness. Even when the character of Margaret is at her most strong, she remains vulnerable and vulnerable. At one point, she is very sad and concerned about her husband. At another, she is filled with hope and enthusiasm. The story is telling us that Margaret Thorsen was just a normal woman in her life, who made sacrifices for her husband's interests and herself. When she was older, she took on the role of an independent journalist, and when she was young, she worked for the Humboldt State University. She took on this role because she believed that it was the right thing to do. She was not an angry woman, and she did not want to throw her husband out on his ear. What she wanted was to keep him happy and happy, and to be in the company of people who knew what she was about and were devoted to her. This is a powerful story about a woman who did what was right, but it is a story about someone who was not crazy or irrational, but an ordinary woman who just did what she felt was right. It is a very human story, and it is extremely effective in conveying the truth of this film. There are scenes that are very realistic, and at times almost too real. When one scene of Margaret trying to cut herself with a razor, the scene is accompanied by a strange silence. If we had the power to do the same thing, it would be frightening. That scene is quite powerful, and it is exactly
Sunday, 10 May 2020 23:47

Director Michel Hazanavicius (whose last film was The Godfather trilogy) is at the top of his game in his first true big budget film. The Migrant is set in a fictional French community of immigrants in the midst of a housing crisis. A novel by French writer E.D. Hill about the refugee crisis, The Migrant is his first big budget film and the main focus of the film is the refugee children who are residing there. A group of immigrant children travel through the French countryside in search of their next meal and find it. From the acting, to the direction, the picture is excellent. Every detail of the film is made with the precision and strength to make the audience feel the emotions of the characters. The real actor in this picture is Elio Mayani. His performance as a young refugee in Paris, is spectacular and is the strongest asset in this picture. The director Michel Hazanavicius is at his best here as he makes the audience feel the feelings of the characters. The casting of the children is the perfect choice for the children and I hope they will win Oscar nominations. The actors who play the adults in the film are also superb. Mihaela Bayona has never looked better in this film. She is stunning in this picture and her performance of a woman who lives with a child and struggles with her job and her family life is heartbreaking. I hope they win Oscar nominations for this performance. The film is only a fraction of the final product, but it is a huge leap for the director and all the cast. The Migrant is a visually beautiful film with wonderful performances and a story that you will be riveted to. The director Michel Hazanavicius has done an excellent job of directing a visually beautiful film with a very strong story. He has made the most important aspect in this film: the storytelling. The Migrant is a first time director who has not had previous success. He has succeeded in the directing of a very big budget film with a very strong story, but he still has a lot to do to win a second Oscar for Best Director. The Migrant is a must see film for anyone and every one. It is a masterpiece in all aspects. The director is at his best and I think he is the next great director of the future. He is only one year away from his debut. I am looking forward to his future work as well as his future career.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 15:29

This film is fantastic. It's a unique portrayal of what it was like to be young, with the two principal actors playing brothers, one of whom was an orphan, and the other of the oldest man in prison. The two lead actors were fantastic. Max Black, who was born in a small town in New York, made me really feel like he was from a small town in the middle of nowhere. I don't know if it was because of his accent, but I would like to know if he was meant to sound exactly like a New Yorker or not. Sean Penn's role as Big Boy was amazing. I feel that his role was a bit too straight forward, and he had the misfortune to play a role in the movie that portrayed him in a negative light. Still, it was great to see a film that portrayed a lot of detail about prison life, and how he, Max Black, and the other prisoners deal with it. The story also deals with racism. The beginning is also extremely realistic and heart-wrenching. I also really liked how the prison guards, who are portrayed in a positive light, weren't shown as violent. They also act in a more respectful manner than other people in prison. The entire film is really heart-wrenching, and I didn't have to think about the ending for a while. It's a really amazing film, and if you haven't seen it, it is well worth seeing. The directing, the cinematography, and the acting, they all were phenomenal. I really enjoyed the entire movie, and I recommend this film to anybody who wants to see a good story, a realistic portrayal of prison life, and a realistic portrayal of racism.

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