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(974) 5.5 100 min 2019

Frankie is a movie starring Isabelle Huppert, Marisa Tomei, and Jérémie Renier. Three generations grappling with a life-changing experience during one day of a vacation in Sintra, Portugal, a historic town known for its dense...

Isabelle Huppert, Marisa Tomei, Jérémie Renier, Pascal Greggory
Ira Sachs

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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 Ira Sachs
Writer Ira Sachs, Mauricio Zacharias
Stars Isabelle Huppert, Marisa Tomei, Jérémie Renier, Pascal Greggory
Country Portugal, France
Also Known As Френки, A Family Vacation, ポルトガル、夏の終わり
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Three generations grappling with a life-changing experience during one day of a vacation in Sintra, Portugal, a historic town known for its dense gardens and fairy-tale villas and palaces.

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Friday, 16 Oct 2020 03:38

In 1980, Boris Denisov, the chief of the Ukrainian police, was a young man with a checkered past. He had been the chief of the Soviet police in the western Ukraine, where the uprising was also going on, when it was still the Ukraine, and had been the commander of the "Death Group" in Kiev. He had found a man, Ivan Rybak, who had been arrested by the police and tortured into a confession that he was a German spy. Rybak was taken to the police station and interrogated there for two days. Finally, he was placed in a cell to be beaten, and he also had to confess. After an argument, the police officer transferred him to a special police cell, where he was repeatedly beaten. After Rybak's death, the police officer who did not commit the murder was not arrested. He had been expelled from the police force. (5) Then, in 1992, a band of anarchists were arrested. They were tried for the killing of policemen and sentenced to death. (6) A judge was in prison, and a special court was established to hear appeals. The judge decided not to give the death sentence. He was acquitted and returned to prison. (7) In 1997, the appeal court decided to uphold the death sentence. (8) In 1999, the United States attempted to extradite Rybak to Germany. It was possible that he would be executed in Ukraine in 2000, but he was alive at the time, and his brother, who lived in Germany, arrived in Kiev. (9) That is, in 1995, Boris Denisov was alive, and Ivan Rybak was still alive. (10) Rybak was still in prison. (11) The execution was to take place in early 1999. (12) On the day before the execution, the judge's case manager, who had been in prison since 1990, was forced to appear before the court. In the last minute, he was released, and he stayed with his brother until the execution. (13) On the day of the execution, there were many protests. There were many people who did not want to go, and most were young people, young people who had grown up in the 1990s. They were mostly young people. (14) They were the parents of those arrested in the early 1990s, and they were particularly angry. (15) They saw that the government in Kiev, which they had hoped for after the downfall of the Soviet Union, was not willing to respect the rights of the people, and so they began to protest.
Thursday, 01 Oct 2020 02:34

I went into this film knowing what to expect. Although I had heard good things about it and liked the performances of the leads, I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it. The story is a simple one; a woman is grieving over the death of her husband and tries to move on in her life by helping to raise money to help with the funeral costs. As she goes through the process of preparing the funeral for her husband and finding a job, she discovers that her family could not pay off the funeral, so she decides to take care of the finances herself. As she starts to pay off the debts in her name, she discovers that her family has changed in ways she could not have imagined, and the relationship she has with her mother is not as good as it was before. Throughout the film I found myself wondering if the film was about coming to terms with these changes or if it was about other things. The film is a lot about self-discovery, and the journey of taking care of her own life is not one that many people will be willing to endure. The themes of change and change of outlook and the sense of belonging in the world are also interesting to me. I was able to look at my life through the lens of this movie and see it from an entirely different perspective. After watching it, I can only recommend this movie. There is a sense of humor in the film, that I found touching. At times I felt that I was watching a comedy, but there was more than that. The performances were wonderful, but especially the lead actresses. Their respective characters were also very real and believable. There are scenes that were very funny, but at other times you could see the characters emotions. If you are a fan of films like 12 Monkeys, You Got Served, or The Station Agent, you will enjoy this film. It's funny and sad, and has a bit of everything. 8.5/10
Sunday, 06 Sep 2020 21:25

I have been searching for a good movie to watch lately. So much has been written about a film that I felt that it was time to see for myself. I watched this film for the first time yesterday, and I can't say I'm surprised, to say the least. I am of the opinion that this film was very well made and very well written. The film is about a group of 4 guys who are actually the best friends of the "Young Boss" (played by John Travolta). He gives them money and they have the time of their lives, spending it partying and drinking. The two other members of the group are played by Timothy Bottoms and Jason Robards, and they have a relationship with the "Young Boss" that will probably turn romantic. The film does the best job at creating tension and the reality is very believable, just a note of caution. The film can get quite long at times and the film really could have been shorter, but it was well done, well written and very well acted. The film was directed by one of my favorite directors of all time, Francis Lawrence. The film was very well done, and it was nice to see someone like Lawrence making a film. As I said before, the film is a little long, and the film was a little over-long, but it was worth it. John Travolta has proven to be an extremely good actor. He has never been better and he has always been recognized for the film that he made, The Untouchables, so it is a great achievement that he has done this film. He did an excellent job, as well as the rest of the cast. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in movies.
Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 21:45

In 1958, the Connecticut State Medical Society began an experiment with their own infant twins. Without much fanfare, the doctors determined that the result of the experiment was worth documenting. The result was the "Lindbergh Baby Study" and the rest is history. The film follows the children as they grow up and mature in their sexual experiences. On the first viewing, I was surprised by the amount of detail that was given to the development of the plot. While watching the film, I realized that the characters are more of a "family" than a "study." The story follows three sisters, four boys, and their respective parents. These children all become involved in the study and give their own accounts of their own sexual experiences. There are some amazing moments in this film. One particularly emotional scene is the awakening of the eldest twin. It was one of the most powerful scenes I've ever seen in a film. The most surprising aspect of the film, however, is the manner in which the film was made. The film is one of the most shot films I've ever seen. The cinematography is second to none. The camera work captures the atmosphere of the day with a feeling of perfection. The cinematography and editing in this film is one of the best of its kind. The editing is also really well done. The editing is exactly what the film needed. The editing moves seamlessly from scene to scene and never takes a break. The acting in this film is great. There are no major performances in this film that I would give a bad rating. The performances of the actors are really superb and all the actors did a great job in their respective roles. However, the performance of Allison Janney really stands out. Allison Janney really made her character interesting and "human." I really admired how this character developed from the time she was an infant to the time she went through puberty. She really made her character come alive. Overall, "Lindbergh Baby Study" is an excellent movie that truly captures the details of the developmental process of human sexuality. The movie captures the adult experience and the emotions that come with it very well.

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