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(2094) 6.1 98 min 2016

Rester vertical is a movie starring Damien Bonnard, India Hair, and Raphaël Thiéry. A film maker has to raise a child by himself whilst looking for an inspiration for his new film.

Damien Bonnard, Christian Bouillette, Raphaël Thiéry, India Hair
Drama, Comedy
Alain Guiraudie

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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, Comedy
Director Alain Guiraudie
Writer Alain Guiraudie
Stars Damien Bonnard, Christian Bouillette, Raphaël Thiéry, India Hair
Country France
Also Known As Dimdik Ayakta, Na Vertical, Animal vertical, Vertikali busena, Haltung bewahren!, Staying Vertical, W pionie, Rester Vertical, Állva maradni
Runtime 1H 38M
Description Filmmaker Leo is searching for the wolf in the south of France. During a scouting excursion he is seduced by Marie, a free-spirited and dynamic shepherdess. Nine months later she gives birth to their child. Suffering from post-natal depression and with no faith in Leo, who comes and goes without warning, Marie abandons both of them. Leo finds himself alone, with a baby to care for.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 20:34

If you like Soderbergh's work, you'll probably love this film. If you don't, you probably won't. It's a fairly straightforward story about a young woman who is forced to marry her rich, violent husband after he is found murdered in his home. But instead of letting the story go, Soderbergh crafts a bit of an alternative ending that involves the man's son (played by Mike Myers) as the avenging father. It's a pretty clever plot twist, though it's not a big surprise when you know the whole plot of the film, and Soderbergh's character is not the main character. I think that a lot of people who hate this film probably do so because they didn't like the ending. I don't think so, and I think that the ending is very well-done. There are some great lines in the film, including one where the husband (played by Gregory Hines) says that "If you want to see the world, see the world, but don't go in with the wrong mindset." And another where a wife (played by Rebecca De Mornay) says "I want to believe in God, but I don't want to believe in the right." Those lines really give you a sense of what it's like to live in this house. The ending of the film is also very strong, and the ending is also the best part of the film. I think that the only thing that I didn't like about this film was the film's length. The film is pretty long, and the film is mostly dialogue, which means that some parts of the film are pretty dull. If you're looking for a good film, this one is definitely worth watching. But I don't think it's a film that you'll enjoy all that much.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 21:43

An unusually good film about an unusually smart woman. The first time I saw this, I thought, "Oh, man. this is sooo bad." Then, when I watched it again, I saw that it was actually very good. I have to say that I have always thought of Jenny Seagrove as the "sweetheart" of the group, and she is such an intelligent woman. She is such a talented person that her IQ exceeds that of a lot of people in this country. Her marriage to John Hodge was a mistake. She has been known to put her husband's interests before her own. Jenny's husband is a neurotic and jealous man who is always trying to get her to "fix him." Jenny's relationship with John Hodge was extremely strained, and she and her husband were constantly arguing about the direction of their lives. When Jenny finally "gets over" her husband, she starts to become a very successful business woman, and she has started to see her husband in a different light. Jenny is very much like Alice Munro in that she does not really have a personality, but she does have a lot of intelligence. When Jenny finally realizes that she is getting older, she begins to appreciate life and the things that she has. She begins to feel that her life is "worth living." She begins to see the world in a different way, and she begins to appreciate the people she meets. Jenny's business has made her rich and she and her husband have started to have a very happy life. Jenny is beginning to realize that she is not the only person in the world, and that she should be able to take care of herself. I thought that this film was very good, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes smart films. It is also a very good film for people who are interested in a good film about a person with an IQ above 130. This film is the kind of film that people would want to see if they had an IQ of 130. I would give it a 9 out of 10.

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