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(1047) 5.2 102 min 2018

The Pages is a movie starring Tika Sumpter, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Ben Tavassoli. Libby teaches at a university but 4 years ago she was top aide to VP Rachel and was part of a total victory action. Rachel is now US president and...

Ben Tavassoli, Jeff Hephner, Tika Sumpter, Jamie Lee Curtis
Drama, Thriller
Joe Chappelle

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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, Thriller
Director Joe Chappelle
Writer Joe Chappelle
Stars Ben Tavassoli, Jeff Hephner, Tika Sumpter, Jamie Lee Curtis
Country USA
Also Known As An Acceptable Loss - Decisione estrema, An Acceptable Loss, Decisión extrema, A verdade em segredo
Runtime 1H 42M
Description Former top U.S. security adviser Elizabeth "Libby" Lamm (Sumpter) is threatened by associates from her dark past including Rachel Burke (Curtis), a steely, commanding politician with an unwavering knack for achieving her goals. Colluding with Rachel is Adrian, an unyielding, patriotic chief of staff. Martin (Tavassoli) harbors another type of obsession with Libby in this story of betrayal and regret.

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Friday, 04 Sep 2020 20:59

As an expert on French literature, I've been in touch with the French New Wave films, and I was delighted to hear of the 2011 novel, "Le Cercle Rouge," by the famed writer, Jean-Paul Sartre. It's about a group of young men and women who are involved in a creative writing group in Paris in the 1950's, and they all have their own private worlds of characters, stories, and themes that all come together in a way that was to me, very striking. The director, Marc Forster, is a New York filmmaker, and he's adept at capturing the big city and the people that live in it, but this film is unique in that it really focuses on the lives of a group of writers who are at different stages in their careers. The story centers around two writers, Le Cercle Rouge (Francois Berleand), and Lila (Samantha Morton), who are very different in their writing styles, but who have a bond that is vital to their creative writing group. Le Cercle Rouge has been very involved in the feminist movements and he feels the need to write about a female character who will change the world. Le Cercle Rouge, like the rest of the group, is a writer. He's writing his book. Lila, on the other hand, is still struggling with the idea of having a female character who is a protagonist in her own life. She's a writer, but not in the sense of the old, I know what I'm doing, I'm writing fiction way. The film, I think, gets this dynamic from the novel, and it's very effective. It's not easy to make a film about this subject and the author, and there are some very effective scenes, but it is a very complicated subject, and it's important to know that there are differences of opinion on the subject. The writing group is divided. There are two women in the group who are more liberal and a third who is more conservative. This is a very important issue for a lot of people, but the film does an excellent job of showing the differences of opinion and the difficulty of making this film, and it really is an interesting film. It's very funny, very entertaining, and it's about writing, and it's about the creative process. It's very well directed, with some good camera work. It's a beautiful film, with wonderful acting. The young actors are excellent, and they all put in some
Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 19:41

After a little over 5 years of watching this movie I am now a bit older and wiser and I have discovered that it is not the acting but the writing that is so amazing. There are no fake emotions, just the real ones. It is like watching a movie from the past with a few special effects thrown in. It is not a movie to be taken seriously or with a religious bias but just a brilliant story with great acting. I really recommend this movie to anyone who likes a good story and likes to see a film with great acting. It is a real treat to see that with a story this good you can still make a decent film. The story is that a girl named Ruby (played by Livia Russell) is in a local cafe and has a lot of questions. She meets a man named Wade (played by Russell's real life boyfriend David Ogden Stiers) who is a barman and he tells her that she is in the wrong place because her car broke down. Wade goes to a small town called Thornmount (played by the great Mark Rylance) to find her car and Ruby meets up with a friend named Van (played by Danny Huston) who is a barman. They decide to go to the town for the bar and Wade goes to a pub and Ruby meets a boy named Luke (played by Danny McBride) who is a rich guy who wants to make Ruby his girlfriend. She has other problems and she is worried about her car, so she goes to the car wash and she is angry that she can not pay for her car. She then meets a woman named Rosie (played by Elisabeth Moss) who is a housewife who is very demanding with her daughters and she is very upset with her. She asks Ruby to go with her to her home and to explain what is going on with her car. They go to the house and they meet a man named Barnabas (played by Sam Claflin) who is a bartender. He is very depressed and he wants to take his daughter out of the country. Ruby tells him that she will not go out of the country and he accepts and they go to the bar. The bar is full of beautiful women and all they want is to have sex with Wade. This is the best part of the film because it is really fun and a great way to spend an evening. Ruby is very happy with Wade but she is not happy with the situation at the bar. Ruby meets a man named Daniel

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