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(4586) 6.8 96 min 2015

D'Ardennen is a movie starring Kevin Janssens, Jeroen Perceval, and Veerle Baetens. A brutal home-jacking by two brothers goes hopelessly wrong, and one of them goes to prison. Four years later, his brother tries to help him get his...

Starring
Jeroen Perceval, Kevin Janssens, Veerle Baetens, Jan Bijvoet
Genres
Drama
Director
Robin Pront

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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 Robin Pront
Writer Jeroen Perceval, Jeroen Perceval, Robin Pront
Stars Jeroen Perceval, Kevin Janssens, Veerle Baetens, Jan Bijvoet
Country Belgium
Also Known As Ardennene, The Ardennes - Ohne jeden Ausweg, Ardeny, アルデンヌ, The Ardennes, Le Ardenne - Oltre i confini dell'amore, Αρδέννες, Ardennerna, Les Ardennes
Runtime 1H 36M
Description A brutal home-jacking goes hopelessly wrong. Dave, one of the two robbers, manages to run off, leaving his brother Kenneth behind. Four years later, Kenneth is released from prison and much has changed. Dave has his life back on track and is trying to help Kenneth however possible, but is witnessing how the highly strung Kenneth tries to win back his ex-girlfriend Sylvie.

Top reviews

Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 18:27

In a social media-obsessed world, it is sometimes difficult to have a connection with people from the previous time period. One way to do this is to watch a film that has been made using the same ideas, characters, or location. The problem with this approach is that the audience is not familiar with the events of the past and vice versa. Likenesses are completely lost in translation. The film is set in the late-1950's and sees many of the same people: some still looking for love, some still under the influence of the 1950's. However, the pair of characters is fundamentally different. The character of Salmah (Laura Gemser) and those of the American leads are visually amazing and represent the development of post-war, mid-century romantic ideals. However, they remain flawed by the fact that they are trying to find love in a new context. The film is about a female Jewish writer who travels to Paris for the opening of a film festival. She has been on a recent depression and is expecting a baby but has given up her job. It is this expectation that causes her to miss an important appointment in the city. With the help of her husband, she goes back home and stays there until the baby arrives. In the process of the birth, she meets with her boyfriend. Although they go on to have an affair, it does not make them lovers. On the contrary, they are still trying to find love. The film does not reveal the outcome but it has to be said that the ending is heart-breaking. She gives birth to a girl and, with time, the need for love is replaced with the need for understanding. The film is of course not an easy one to watch. However, I believe it to be a worthy exercise and one that I wish more people would see.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 20:15

If I was to define the film in one word, it would be "perfect". One of my all time favorite films from the director of "Moulin Rouge" and the short film "Catch Me If You Can" (it is really a film about a man trying to catch the woman who just dumped him). There are no stupid moments. In fact, it was refreshing to see this Danish film about a man who is trying to catch the woman he is about to leave for another woman who he is about to marry. It is about a man who feels alone. He is lonely and lonely. He falls in love with a woman whom he has never met before. He wishes he was a man and it is his search for that which he is not and is not in this film. Everything happens for the wrong reasons. He is a widower who is about to lose his house. The woman he is about to marry is not available to him. He is about to leave his wife. He loves her but he is not ready to leave. He is not ready to accept his wife. He is in a position to be a man, but is not. He is a man trapped in a woman's body. He is trying to be the man but is not. He is trying to be the man who he is not. He is longing for what he is not and is not ready. It is a very interesting film and has a certain kind of "feel" that all good films have. I had no idea about it when I saw it. It is wonderful and has great actors. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in a very interesting story. It is a beautifully shot film that is a must see. It is not boring at all. I would have to say that this is the best Danish film of all time. Not only that, but I think that this is a film that I would watch again and again.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 23:32

I am well versed in the world of covert operations, as well as dealing with the negative aspects of espionage, and in researching film history, I know that Operation Cross Country was the one of the most secret of its type in history. Michael Herrman's "Operation Cross Country" is that rare, and rarer of things: a true, serious look at the subject matter and the context in which it was presented in the movie medium. Without revealing any details about the actual plot, Herrman exposes how the nature of the project, the context of its work, the efforts to get it approved, and the relationship between Agency and Country, ultimately leads to the ultimate outcome. As stated, this film is a serious examination of a covert operation, and its relationship to the United States Government. It is an excellent story about what was in the mind of one, and how something so outrageous ended up getting accomplished. The action, well choreographed and gripping, is riveting and is quite hard to watch at times. Like every good film, this one is full of symbolism and very subtle humor, and Herrman makes use of some of the subtle humor in a very subtle way. There is also a lot of ambiguity and mystery. In order to understand and understand Operation Cross Country, the viewer must understand and accept the plausibility of the plot. The movie does a very good job at keeping the viewer guessing throughout the movie. What is clear to the viewer is that the story is very complex and not to be taken lightly. Michael Herrman has a very good directorial style and a good eye for atmosphere, atmosphere is everything in this film. The camera is often shaky, and there are many locations which seem very dark and desolate. Some people might find this distracting and not as dramatic, but I found it very effective. The story is complex, but it makes sense and is well done. The visuals are excellent and the cast did a good job with what they had to work with. The sets were very good, with an excellent mix of old and new. The cinematography, lighting, and editing are all very good. There are many strange moments throughout the film, and some of the story was very dark, and there is no explanation of what the hell is going on. The ending of the film is not a happy ending, but more of an ambiguous ending. It is never clear what is going on, and the final scene is somewhat strange. All in all, a great film, and a must see for any movie buff.
Monday, 01 Jun 2020 03:24

This documentary is based on a book, from the same name. So it is not a documentary. It is, however, a tale of an interviewee (cameo) in a criminal case. I had the pleasure to know the man who co-produced the film, and I know he's a good man. I was curious to find out about him. So I read the book and it looked interesting. It's a fascinating story. It's hard to tell how much of the book is fact and how much is fiction. However, it is based on the book, so I have to agree that it was very interesting and informative. The narrative, however, is almost non-existent. There is no narration and no back-story. Some of the interviews are too brief. There is no narration. In fact, I got the impression that the narrator was someone I had never heard of. I saw him very briefly. I heard him again in a later interview, and he's someone I hadn't heard of. I know he's a very nice man, and I think he's a good man, and I hope that this film would help him. It is only told from the perspective of a non-citizen. I think they could have used more footage with interviews with an actual Canadian citizen. I don't understand how a non-citizen could be interviewed in such detail, but perhaps that's because I don't know Canadian people very well. As it is, I'm still really curious about the interviewees. If the book was a little shorter, I could have told more about them. I didn't like the narrator because he didn't say much in the interviews, but it's probably a good thing that the interviewees are not narrating. I wish they would have taken more footage with them. It might have made this film much more interesting. The film is good, but I think it's probably not a great documentary. That's not a bad thing. But if you are going to watch the documentary, I think you should watch the book. The book is much more interesting and interesting to hear the stories.
Monday, 04 May 2020 23:45

this film had some of the best aspects of the book that I've read. (no spoilers, just good advice, so don't expect to see anything). It's extremely funny and very well made. The film's approach to how many other reviewers here have called this film "typical of movies from Hollywood", but I call it a success. They should be more honest. I've seen many Hollywood productions that I wouldn't consider "typical" in regard to storytelling, such as A Clockwork Orange, for example, but the production values were wonderful. Like I said, the story was the one part that was slightly lacking in this film. I would have liked to see more scenes from the book, but it did have a great, fun atmosphere. It was fantastic to see the first appearance of Stellan Skarsgard. I wish he had a bigger role in the film. He had a great cast, including some people I hadn't heard of before, but I wish they could have cast a different actor for the lead. Also, I wish this film had the original ending. You wouldn't want the ending to be changed. I was also really disappointed with the ending. It seems like they had to leave it ambiguous, but the main characters weren't even finished yet, so it's not like they had to come back at the end. The ending should have been better. I liked how the movie ended, but I would have like to have seen a better ending. Overall, it was a great movie. It was exciting to see such a detailed world of the game. I was pleased with the execution of the writing, as well as the action and production values.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 13:39

Aesthetically pleasing. Both visually and narratively. A disturbing film. Great music by Jancis Robinson. Impressive visuals. Wonderful score by Rami Salahuddin. It's not perfect, of course. But what is? It's a deeply felt story of loss, alienation and survival. The characters are human. And so are the events. Some of the scenes are too strong, but that's because of the settings. So you feel that something is missing. No subplots, no background details. Just an all-out action packed story. And in the end, you cry. Emotionally, physically, and psychologically. You feel the torment, the loss and the trauma. The film does not feel like a documentary. It feels more like a drama. And the drama is delivered in a very subtle and subtle way. I was kind of disappointed by how little explanation there was for the film. I mean, the film seems like it was made for the fans, but it was surprisingly little. I guess the director is trying to deliver a message. And you can't do that with a simple action movie. I've read the fan comments and I cannot understand them. It's too quiet and all in one piece. But it's also too long. Maybe we have to accept that this is a tale for the fans. And they will relate to the story, but not to the story itself. And it will take some time for the story to catch up. And I think the real impact of the story is how it unfolds. It's not boring at all. It's very surprising, but with all the pain and sorrow in the film, I was not expecting that. I don't have a problem with not having a lot of answers. And sometimes it can be difficult to connect with the characters. They're not so relatable. Maybe that's what I would call the 'human touch'. Even though the characters are not the stars in the story, they are very good people. So you can relate to them. And there are a few that are very memorable. It's more about the pain. The director has done a fantastic job at making the story seem personal and that's what makes it so powerful. Great job. A wonderful experience. It was a little bit too slow for me, and the pace is a little on the slow side. The photography, the visuals, the music. These are all great.


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