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(613) 6.3 137 min 2018

Mes provinciales is a movie starring Andranic Manet, Diane Rouxel, and Jenna Thiam. Etienne comes to Paris from Lyon to study cinema, meets many new friends and falls under the thrall of the mysterious Mathias.

Starring
Jenna Thiam, Gonzague Van Bervesseles, Diane Rouxel, Andranic Manet
Genres
Drama
Director
Jean-Paul Civeyrac

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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 Jean-Paul Civeyrac
Writer Jean-Paul Civeyrac
Stars Jenna Thiam, Gonzague Van Bervesseles, Diane Rouxel, Andranic Manet
Country France
Also Known As Oppivuodet pariisilaisittain, Párizsi tanulmányok, A Paris Education, Paryzietiskas auklejimas, Z perspektywy Paryza, Paris 8
Runtime 2H 17M
Description Etienne comes to Paris from Lyon to study cinema, meets many new friends and falls under the thrall of the mysterious Mathias.

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Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 00:38

This film deals with a woman named Andrea. She is told by her doctor that she is dying of leukemia. But a few days later, she is still alive and she has developed an unusual, incurable form of cancer. We learn that Andrea lives in a small town in Colombia, and she is only 14 years old. She has a mother who is in her 50's and a father who is living in a small town. She spends most of her time alone, in her house. The villagers don't really know her or care for her. They only know that her father was a prominent leader of the local gang, who was killed by police. The story goes from one character to another in a slow pace. But we learn that the story of Andrea was actually very true. The story of how her parents, mother and father, went to Colombia was told by one of her cousins who is now in the United States. Andrea has developed cancer that is incurable. She dies suddenly, without any warning. She had leukemia, and now she has cancer that will kill her. The whole family decides to move to the United States. But, when Andrea's mother asks if Andrea will be admitted into a hospital, she is told that there are no hospitals in the United States. Andrea's aunt has left Colombia, but her husband is still living in the village. Andrea and her mother decide to go to a hospital in a neighboring town, but her aunt tells them not to go. They go anyway. They are waiting for the aunt's husband to come home. But, he doesn't show up. The movie doesn't end. Andrea dies, but her mother dies as well. The story continues, and we discover that Andrea's aunt's husband, who is an army captain, is still in the country. Andrea's cousin tells us that he had been in the army, but when he returned home, he found his wife and child missing. He was told that his wife was in Colombia. The cousin tells Andrea's mother that she has died and that her mother had died too. We learn that her father is living in the United States, but his wife is still living in Colombia. We learn that her aunt and cousin are still in Colombia. Andrea's mother was in the hospital for months. She survived, but the doctors are still unable to cure her cancer. She was told that she will be dead within the next week. The woman is in the hospital, but there is no hope for her. Andrea's mother comes to the hospital in a wheelchair. She is in the hospital, but the doctors have given up hope that she can survive. They want to have her committed to a hospital in the United States, but Andrea's mother wants to go back to Colombia, where her aunt lives, where her uncle lives and where her cousin lives. The doctors want to make her a Catholic nun, but Andrea's mother wants her to be in the hospital. Andrea's aunt, who is in the hospital, will not let her go. Andrea's mother decides to go back to the village where her father was killed. We learn that her father was a prominent leader of the local gang, but he was killed by the police. She's told that her uncle was killed in a robbery. She comes back home, but she is not happy. She and her mother have developed hatred for each other. They have a history of fighting and hatred. They fight over who should stay with the village, who should go to the United States and who should stay in the village. Andrea's aunt tells her mother that she can't stay in the village, and that she has to go to the United States. Andrea's mother tries to convince her that she can't leave her. The aunt decides to stay. The aunt has come back to the village, but Andrea's mother won't let her stay. She tells
Tuesday, 28 Apr 2020 08:09

Don't expect the usual Palencia outing and you will like it. I read somewhere that Palencia's debut film was so successful that it prompted him to go on to work for Hollywood. This is no doubt a result of this film. Palencia's casting is excellent. The cast has a big sense of history and feels authentically Mexican. Although the film is a Western, it is more like an old-fashioned Mexican film. It makes you think about the differences between the two cultures, between the old and the new, between those who are "legitimate" and those who are not. It makes you think about how you define yourself, and how you define others. The film has a pretty good story. I was quite surprised by the dialogue. I can't imagine anyone who is unfamiliar with the Mexican language and its slang being able to follow everything that happens. However, I found that the story sometimes fell a little short. For example, there was a part in which a Mexican cop is investigating a local drug crime. The police do their job without investigating and let the criminal run free. This is because of the Mexican attitude to crime. An investigation is considered an invitation to a lynch mob. The police do their job and let the criminal get away. At the same time, a local politician goes over to the criminal's side and becomes the police hero and the guy becomes the sheriff's man. This whole subplot is lost in translation, but it wasn't a big problem. Other than this, the dialogue was OK. The acting was fine. This film is worth seeing. It is visually exciting, entertaining, and has a great story.


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