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(899) 7.2 129 min 2018

Genèse is a movie starring Noée Abita, Théodore Pellerin, and Pier-Luc Funk. Three teenagers are shaken up by their first loves in the turmoil of their youth. At a time when others are conforming, they stand their ground and assert...

Starring
Jules Roy Sicotte, Pier-Luc Funk, Noée Abita, Théodore Pellerin
Genres
Drama
Director
Philippe Lesage

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Philippe Lesage
Writer Philippe Lesage
Stars Jules Roy Sicotte, Pier-Luc Funk, Noée Abita, Théodore Pellerin
Country Canada
Also Known As Genesis, Génesis, Pradzia, Baslangicta
Runtime 2H 9M
Description The birth of the first love shakes three teenagers in the tumult of their youth. Guillaume, 16, and Charlotte,18, are half-siblings and simultaneously struggles with romance; She is in a relationship with Maxime, but reels from his proposal that they change to an open relationship.So she moves from one relationship to the next (and always with the wrong guy), which has devastating consequences. Guillaume is a student at an all-boys boarding school and developing a romantic and sexual attraction to his classmate Nicolas. 12 year-old Felix, now a thoughtful, guitar-playing young adolescent with a crush on Beatrice, a fellow resident at his folksy woodland summer camp and is feelings are requited. Brother and sister have to find their way in a world that offers them no certainties or guidelines. While others adapt, they stand up, defending their right to love and be free.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 11:32

I am a serious admirer of Gabriele Muccino, particularly his long, sprawling, and poetic Niebelaume: Nouveau-babylonian in the very highest degree. In the other hand, I am a serious admirer of Philippe Nahon's "Le Fils des Etoiles", the first of a trilogy and the most remarkable of the three, the film version of which I have the rights to see. The first was accomplished so well that I almost read the book after the first viewing. For this reason, I have every reason to write this review and wish to apologize to Nahon for not doing so before. However, while I have nothing but contempt for both of them, I cannot help being equally, if not more, impressed by their respective movie counterparts. "Facing Eternity" is technically one of the greatest films ever made. It is also one of the most brilliant works of cinema ever made. I have only one problem with the film, and that is that it is very difficult to see in the limited context of its self-contained story. We, as viewers, are left with a large portion of the story at the end, and therefore with no immediate knowledge of what has transpired. It is in this way that the film fails to develop the narrative to its fullest, so that what has transpired in the book becomes even more intriguing and gives the film a greater point. I would have rather had an artist with an eye for atmosphere, and his ability to craft scenes with a single piece of visual imagery, had it been more apparent what had transpired in the book. As it is, the film is an expertly crafted, silent masterpiece that is an accomplished cinematic triumph.
Thursday, 03 Sep 2020 03:03

This is a very difficult movie to watch. I'd recommend it to people who want to see something that might be a bit difficult. There are some elements of mystery, but this movie is more about the characters and their actions. The ending may seem a bit predictable, but it makes a more interesting movie. The movie is centered on the relationship between the two main characters, which is quite interesting. It's like a long story, but the ending is quite surprising and I would suggest not to look at it too closely. A lot of people have commented on the scenes that are disturbing. I personally don't think it is very disturbing, although I don't think it is important. I'm sure that many people have felt something disturbing in this movie, but I personally think that is more for the characters and the feeling that they might have felt when watching this movie. I think the sadism and sadism is not essential to the movie. The movie is made to feel like this movie is made of people who are having some problems and just getting out of the illusion. I think that it is also about the ability to act out the desires. This movie is about the transition between the world of the drug-addict and the world of the mentally ill person. I think that it is important to see that drug addicts are not really one or the other kind of person, but rather just that people are influenced by their environment and sometimes the best way to help them is to leave them alone. It is very obvious that the drug addict in this movie is mentally ill. The ending is interesting, but not very surprising.
Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 03:23

One of the things about "Seventeen" was that it had a vivid, sometimes intense, sometimes hilarious scene about an affair, from which the main characters really didn't even realize they were in. "Seventeen" follows a very similar pattern, but this time, you don't realize what you are in for. In one sense, you know you're in for a horror movie - you know there is going to be a horror element to this story - but this story is far from being any kind of horror movie. There are some moments of intense, quite grotesque violence, but they are so few that you don't even notice them until it's too late. Like the early scene where the professor comes to her and prays with her, the music and her final words to him express how alone she is. This is not some twisted master-slave plot, this is something much more subtle. This is much more of an intimate story about a mother and daughter. She is a doctor, she has a daughter, she goes to an apartment, she takes pictures and sends them to a couple of friends, and the next morning she is found dead. The new neighbors come to visit the apartment and are shocked by what they find. After all, they're just the ones who lived the day with her. The way the story is told is different from the book, but in the book it is almost one of those strange events in that don't happen and then you think to yourself - why are they not in the book? In the book, you have to feel something. You have to connect to the story and understand it, but in this film, you just don't have to feel anything, you just know what is going to happen. The film has been well-filmed and the acting is great, but the script is flat and the flow is very uneven. There are too many scenes of casual conversation, and the film has too many scenes of vague, unbelievable violence. The situation at the end of the film is quite different from the book, but the film's ending was not what I was expecting. I do not think the film is bad, I just think it was not quite as good as the book. I would recommend this movie, because it is a very unique story.


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