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(2680) 6.8 119 min 2019

Matthias et Maxime is a movie starring Xavier Dolan, Harris Dickinson, and Anne Dorval. A drama focusing on a group of friends in their late 20s.

Starring
Harris Dickinson, Anne Dorval, Marilyn Castonguay, Xavier Dolan
Genres
Drama
Director
Xavier Dolan

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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 Xavier Dolan
Writer Xavier Dolan
Stars Harris Dickinson, Anne Dorval, Marilyn Castonguay, Xavier Dolan
Country France, Canada
Also Known As Matthias ve Maxime, Matthias & Maxime, Matthias and Maxime, Matthias & Maxime (2019), Matthias i Maxime
Runtime 1H 59M
Description A drama focusing on a group of friends in their late 20s.

Top reviews

Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 01:51

Perhaps the most realistic portrayal of a young woman's search for identity ever to be put on screen. All but eight of the key characters in the film are older than forty and the focus is always on their younger selves. Both her parents are deceased, and in the middle of their working lives. There is the story of her job at the subway, which requires her to use the "L" sign, and an incident at her work about a supervisor whom she has to reprimand for being arrogant and condescending. It is these events that define her early life, and give her the confidence to come to terms with her identity. The woman in question is known as "Juliet", and even though she is attractive, she is intensely private, often appearing in a bathrobe. She is a smart, well-educated, and accomplished woman, but one who doesn't really seem to fit in with her peers. The last thing she wants to do is to be a sex object for older men. Her only male acquaintance is a policeman (Jude) who in a rare moment of empathy, finds she is not an object, but a human being, with a soul. She is from a working class background, and has been a devoted employee of the subway. She is, if you will, a social outcast. Yet, somehow, she is not completely crazy. Even though she is unable to communicate with anyone, she still recognizes and identifies with the feelings and needs of those around her. And she has found her voice. This is a simple story of identity, a story that may be even more relevant to the present than the past.
Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 19:27

I have watched this movie countless times, and when I first found out it was the "first" Mimi Tran movie, I was excited. But the only thing I have ever remembered about it is that Mimi's character becomes a force to be reckoned with. As I watched it, it became so much more. The character of Tran's is the true character of the movie. She is not a "bratty" girl. She is more mature and the movie goes a long way to show how mature she is. And the scenes of the interactions between her and Veronique's characters are some of the most important parts of the movie. It is very clear that Tran's character is the most intelligent character in the movie, and is perhaps even the only one of the characters that is "no stranger to love" or "very experienced". There is one scene in the movie that is particularly memorable, when she is first introduced to the viewers and she is trying to say to the room where the camera is, "I'm very pretty." And the camera was turned to the wall. She sees that the wall is full of flowers. She says, "Oh, that's very pretty." The camera then rolls back and the character is not smiling. It is a different smile. And she keeps smiling to the camera until the end of the movie. I'm not kidding. But, I also feel that the movie did a good job at showing her as a "different" character. She is smart, but she is also a "bratty" girl, and she makes people, including Veronique, question how she will handle being a "proper" person in society. I can't say enough about this movie, especially if you are a fan of Mimi Tran, but you will most certainly appreciate the movie as a whole.


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