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(545) 7.0 96 min 2018

La disparition des lucioles is a movie starring Karelle Tremblay, Pierre-Luc Brillant, and François Papineau. A frustrated teenager frees herself from her mother's influence and her narrow life in a small industrial town to find out...

Pierre-Luc Brillant, Karelle Tremblay, Marie-France Marcotte, François Papineau
Sébastien Pilote

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Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Sébastien Pilote
Writer Sébastien Pilote
Stars Pierre-Luc Brillant, Karelle Tremblay, Marie-France Marcotte, François Papineau
Country Canada
Also Known As さよなら、退屈なレオニー, The Fireflies Are Gone
Runtime 1H 36M
Description A frustrated teenager frees herself from her mother's influence and her narrow life in a small industrial town to find out who she really is.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 21:08

In his latest movie, director Claude Lanzmann ("Othello") takes a cinematic approach to what is in the tradition of color movies. That is not to say there isn't some serious issues to address here: war, brutality, child labor, contemporary economics and the effects of modern life on humanity. However, Lanzmann takes care to take the story in a satirical manner, in which one is always wondering what is happening right in front of one's eyes, with a premise that could have easily become a farce or a tragedy. Some of the characters are tragic, but Lanzmann finds the right balance between the truth and humor, giving each character the right amount of credibility and how the viewer can relate to them. Yes, a fair share of the film involves violence, but it is handled tastefully and subtly. This is especially impressive given that Lanzmann has been famous for making violent movies in which people are killed or injured. His movies are sometimes too graphic, but they are often very subtle. So it is very surprising to see that Lanzmann, who was known for making a picture so disturbing that was a tribute to his and French society, actually made a film that is perhaps too safe and something that is very much "subliminal." In addition, as it seems like Lanzmann's style is more from the "realism" genre. There are no bombastic music cues and no use of fancy camera-work to create "realism." These styles would be gone, Lanzmann's style would be a bit more straightforward and in contrast to what you would see from Hollywood. I've seen his films before, but I've never thought of Lanzmann as a real filmmaker. I like the way he's made movies before, and I don't consider "La Disparition Des Luchies" to be that typical Lanzmann style. It is still his film, but not quite his style. This is how a lot of people perceive Lanzmann, but this isn't the film that Lanzmann is known for. As for how it compares to the earlier "The Ninth Configuration," I thought "The Ninth Configuration" was a bit more brilliant in its approach. I liked "The Ninth Configuration" better in a way that I have seen Lanzmann's film several times. I just can't see a good comparison to "La Disparition Des Luchies."
Sunday, 24 May 2020 20:51

Romance, drama, is something all over the film.is a masterpiece, and a bit of a "joke" at that. The play is mostly dialog between narrator and narrator's "subconscious" mind which is not the sub-conscious mind of the "imprint" but of the narrator. When we watch the play we only see the narrator. This is different from the above mentioned film that we can watch the whole thing, we can only see the core of the text. We understand more than we understand the film. This is why the first part of the movie is slow, because it is like we are watching the narrator's and, subconscious mind at a high level. When we see the world as it is, this is not only because of the narrator but because of the last scene. The audience is asked to think and to be together with the narrator, and this is not only for the sake of the film. The film is like you're in the same city as the narrator, and you see him everyday, but you also see him through other people. When you are in the same city as the narrator, this is actually a challenge to you. As the narrator describes: "Only in the mind is the same the same. And the mind is always changing." This is a form of pleasure and deepness of the art of cinema. If you have no idea what this is all about and you can't understand it, this is not for you, you are better off reading a book. So you have one more lesson in the book. The movie is a great movie. I recommend it to anybody who is into art cinema. I have seen a lot of movies in the last years, but I can't say if it is any one I love or dislike. I really like this one.
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 10:53

Very unique film from France, I felt, for a while (I guess that's how it felt), so I really liked it, and I can't explain why I liked it so much. The story begins with a long travel in France, the film is very slow, but very good, there's nothing to say: that's the point: slow, yet fascinating, we do not know anything, we are just staring through the big silent doors, looking at the way the French people live, for the love of it. It's very slow and strange, but that's the point. We are never fully convinced that the characters are real, they are just pictures in a film, we see them only as images. At last the light of the camera shines in the whole film, and we see the atmosphere that lives in France, but we have no idea what it is like. We are just being guided through it, by the path of a lovely girl. Her name is Ida and she has a very good relationship with her parents, but her father is too much an 'out-of-touch father'. And Ida wants to be with a man, and finds one, who is a foreign man. She works in a restaurant, but when she meets the bartender, she finds that she doesn't need to work to make money. But when she is eating in a restaurant, her father tells her that the restaurant is closed, and he tells her that she is not needed. A very rare situation, and a good film, very well-directed, but too slow for my taste. I can't understand why they decided to use subtitles. I've never understood why someone would want to be filmed by another person, but I guess that the film must be filmed by someone in order to be understood. Very strange, slow, strange, I did not understand why they chose to translate the film in French, but after some time I understood it, very good. Very good acting, I was disappointed that they made the performance of one of the characters to be so loud, I understand why they chose this, but the scene is very strong, and maybe the director wanted to show us what is going to happen, but I think it was not that strong, and the way it was done makes the movie even slower. Very strange, slow, but also good. It is so hard to say what I liked, but I like this movie, and I can't explain it.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 06:44

Marie (Aurore Clement) is an active teen in her student union. She is a promising student, able to hang out with her friends, but she feels not in control of her life and has a lot of anger and hatred towards her father and her stepfather, the man who abandoned her mother when she was a young child. When she is a junior in her school she is so involved with her father, so obsessed with him that she begins to annoy him and finally he writes to the teacher, informing her of his divorce, asking her to be discreet. The last weeks of his life are filled with arguments between his two sons, but she continues to support him and says that he does not have the mental capacity to deal with things. This is all before the public announcement of his death, the day after the meeting with the teacher, saying that she should do a good job, because she was a nice teacher. Marie decides to take a long drive in her car to the airport, despite of all her anger towards her father, she doesn't forget her family and decides to fly to Paris to see her stepfather. One day on the flight, while Marie was driving along the highway towards the airport, she has an accident and her car runs off the road. As she is driving to the airport the other driver jumps out of his car, steals her car and drives away. Marie is scared for her life, but she does not know that he is dead, so she keeps driving to the airport, while she and her friend, Sofie, try to help her in case the car is stolen again. The airport is closed down and she is forced to travel to Marseille, she has no money, but she does not give up and goes to the store to get some things. She is found by a group of lorry drivers who gave her a lift. They give her a lift to Marseille where the car is abandoned and Marie calls a taxi. She is not happy with this, but the taxi driver, Jacques, also does not like this and tries to kill her. The taxi driver, Jacques, has a small gun and goes on the run. He is arrested and taken to the police station, and Marie goes to the police station. She sees her father, the abusive and abusive father, father with a woman, the father of a child who has died, a father who also was abusive, abusive to the children, and he was living with his daughter Marie. Marie calls the police, who try to take the father into custody. But he escapes, he is found and arrested in the police station and taken to the police station, to the police station where the police decide to hold him and take him to prison, where he is held in isolation. At the police station Marie sees her stepfather again, but he does not remember her, he is very depressed and violent. Marie is also left alone in prison, in the middle of nowhere, in a cell, but she does not talk to anyone about her condition, she stays alone in her cell. She has nightmares, she is confused and confused, she does not know what is happening to her and does not know who she is. A few days pass and Marie is released from prison. She finds her taxi driver and the two decide to spend the night together. The taxi driver does not want to go with her, but she agrees. The taxi driver has a girlfriend, Sofie. He takes her to a party to buy her some things. When she returns home she goes to a restaurant and visits her mother, she is happy and goes to sleep, but she suddenly sees her father, the man who abandoned her mother, sitting at the table, he has a knife in his hand and he is going to kill her. Marie tries to resist him, but he takes her and she is held by the man in the house. After her father has killed her mother she does not know where she is, but she has decided that she is going to Paris, because she finds a hotel

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