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(357) 5.8 76 min 2019

The Plagiarists is a movie starring William Michael Payne, Emily Davis, and Lucy Kaminsky. A young couple is shaken by a seemingly fraudulent yet unprovable act that strikes to the core of their cultural pretensions.

Starring
Eamon Monaghan, Emily Davis, Lucy Kaminsky, William Michael Payne
Genres
Drama
Director
Peter Parlow

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Peter Parlow
Writer Robin Schavoir, James N. Kienitz Wilkins
Stars Eamon Monaghan, Emily Davis, Lucy Kaminsky, William Michael Payne
Country USA
Runtime 1H 16M
Description A young couple is shaken by a seemingly fraudulent yet unprovable act that strikes to the core of their cultural pretensions.

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Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020 05:25

The Plagiarists is a documentary about a 19th century young woman who is the sole survivor of an early female amputation of her leg. Based on the experience of her great-grandmother, the film tells her story and examines the social conditions that made it possible for her to get a leg and to make an effort to recover it. Director Rochas, as he does for most of his films, opts for a straightforward documentary style. He avoids the usual "atmospheric" lens used by many modern documentary directors, and doesn't resort to low-budget editing techniques. Rather, he uses a straight forward, steady hand to tell a story, but the camera work doesn't linger on the action. There are some very impressive camera-work moments, but the scenes are more often than not edited in a way that will have the viewer's attention focused on the actors instead of the story. The editing of the documentary was done by a former student of Rochas, Danny Rockwell. He's used in almost every aspect of his films, and this is his first feature film. He is exceptional in this film, but not so great that it can stand on its own. He's good in his usual "street kid" role, but is more than a match for Rochas in the acting department. The rest of the cast, especially those who were in some of Rochas' other films, don't fare too well either. As mentioned before, Rochas is known for his typical "street kid" roles, and he makes sure to portray them as accurately as possible. He's as serious and serious-minded as he's ever been, and he's still just as fun and entertaining as ever. The cast in this film is far more skilled than in his other films, and the quality of their performances is much more natural and effective. Rochas and Rockwell are also good in their roles. Rochas gives a good performance as the mother of the young woman who was affected by this amputation. Rockwell is the best in the supporting cast, and has an excellent scene where he speaks to the woman's grandmother about her own leg. The film also features a few really fine performances. Jennifer Lopez gives a really interesting performance as the grandmother, and she gives a very nice performance as well. Carmen Electra is good in her small role as a friend of the woman. Daniel Dae Kim and Scott Bakula both give excellent performances as a couple of the young men in the documentary. It's easy to see why this film won the Grand Jury Prize at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. It's a great film, and it's definitely worth seeing. It's a film that really shows the potential for this young director.
Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 14:31

For an actor like Sharon Stone, this was a pretty good role. After all, she is really pretty in her own right. However, I feel that it was not an especially good film for Stone. I can't imagine the real Stone would have turned down such a role, since she is so good at what she does. I also don't think Stone would have turned down a role like this, since she is very talented. However, the problem is that she has a tendency to go off on her own and be herself. Stone does this in the movie, and in real life, too. She is one of those actors that I think has to "put the mask on." A lot of the time, I think she tries to go in a direction that she doesn't know how to go in, and it makes her look bad. I would be interested in seeing more from Stone, since she is really good. The problem with Stone is that she tries too hard to be herself and do things that don't fit with her real persona. It's not a bad thing. She has to let go, and try to be herself. She has to let go of her people, and people that she has loved in her life, and let her own life take her where it needs to go. I don't think she really knew what she was doing. I know she had to put the mask on, but she probably didn't know what she was doing. She has done a lot of acting lately, and I think it is just a phase that she needs to go through. It is a good thing, though, that she is going through it. She is a talented actor, and I hope that she is able to let go of this phase and move on to some other roles, where she is able to be herself.
Monday, 04 May 2020 22:20

This movie was quite unique, even for the 80s. It was quite unique in that it didn't even go for the typical ending. You saw a couple of guys, who knew each other for so long, walk out into the street. The guy is in a wheelchair. The guy has no family and he's just taken from his mother. The guy was in a mental hospital for some time, and he's not sure he's a true story. And he starts to feel like the other guy, who's family he's never met, is the person who took him. And they both get on a plane and go to South America. This movie shows how people really do die, and in a way, how things don't really go the way they seem. In this movie, the guys know each other so well, they know their surroundings so well. And they know how to talk about and relate to each other in a way, that they can be friends. They also talk about what they did and how they feel, so they can find out where they are in life. It shows how the people can go through so much. The guys end up in South America, and they go to a place where they are asked to help out the locals. This is their downfall, as they really are in trouble, and they don't really know what to do. It also shows how people can talk about and relate to each other, and there is a lot of sorrow and loneliness in South America, as people have lost family, and sometimes even friends. I don't think I've ever seen this movie, and I don't plan on ever seeing it. It was a good movie, but I don't think I would ever want to see it again. It's not a movie I'd watch again. But it's definitely not a movie I would say is good. But if you do watch it, you might like it. It was quite unique.


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