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(667) 7.3 83 min 2019

Akik maradtak is a movie starring Károly Hajduk, Abigél Szõke, and Mari Nagy. A lyrical story of the healing power of love in the midst of national conflict, loss and trauma, Those Who Remained reveals the healing process of...

Starring
Abigél Szõke, Mari Nagy, Károly Hajduk, Barnabás Horkay
Genres
Drama
Director
Barnabás Tóth

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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 Barnabás Tóth
Writer Klára Muhi, Barnabás Tóth, Zsuzsa F. Várkonyi
Stars Abigél Szõke, Mari Nagy, Károly Hajduk, Barnabás Horkay
Country Hungary
Also Known As Aqueles Que Ficaram, Los que quedaron, Those Who Remained, Someone to Live For
Runtime 1H 23M
Description A lyrical story of the healing power of love in the midst of national conflict, loss and trauma, Those Who Remained reveals the healing process of Holocaust survivors through the eyes of a young girl in post-World War II Hungary.

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Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 16:13

After the success of Mr. & Mrs. Smith in 2008, Hirschfield decided to make a follow-up to that film and with his partner to be, the first film based on the British duo's "There's something about Mary" series. The film in question is the first part of the series, Mary (Gwyneth Paltrow). The film tells the story of Mary, an unmarried woman from London who has just become engaged to a man, Frank. She is having an affair with the man, but is caught in the middle of a divorce. Despite her protests, Frank decides to settle the divorce with her. Frank decides to take Mary to Paris, where she is to get married to a man who has no idea what a lady is. Mary, however, can't wait. She wants to go and see the place where she wants to be married. And she is going to meet her future husband's father (Hugh Grant). Mary gets to see the place where she will be married, but as the wedding approaches, she finds out that the man who has been sent to Paris to be the best man is not her husband, but her father's. The director, Jeremy Saulnier, and writer, Josh Singer, together with screenwriter Simon Beaufoy, take us to Paris, where Mary has to make the decision to be a free woman, or to stay and get married to the man who has nothing to do with her, Frank. The film is a mixture of drama and comedy, with a lot of twists and turns that you would expect from a comedy-drama. The biggest surprise is the appearance of the female lead, Gwyneth Paltrow. She is just amazing. Her character is so convincing and so beautiful, that I think we have to give her credit for her acting. Hirschfield's direction is quite good, the same can be said about his screenplay. It's about her relationship with Frank and the drama that comes with it. His screenplay is full of great comedy and some very funny moments. Gwyneth Paltrow and Hugh Grant are excellent as well. But what I liked most was that the chemistry between the two of them, who both have good chemistry, was very good. And when we meet the father of the guy that was sent to Paris to be the best man, it is even better, because it gives us a very good insight on the relationship between his father and the father of Frank. This is the best part of the film. The actors in the film also do a great job, but they were the main characters, and Hirschfield does a great job of directing them. Overall, the film is a big success. It's the kind of film that I would definitely watch, because it's a big hit for Hirschfield, who really knows what he is doing. The ending is one of the best endings I have ever seen. But the one thing that I don't like about it is that it's a little too predictable. It is a big hit, but the film would have been much better if there had been more surprises. It's a very good film, but it could have been much better if the director, Hirschfield, had decided to have more surprises.


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