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(562) 7.0 96 min 2018

La disparition des lucioles is a movie starring Karelle Tremblay, Pierre-Luc Brillant, and François Papineau. A frustrated teenager frees herself from her mother's influence and her narrow life in a small industrial town to find out...

Starring
Marie-France Marcotte, Pierre-Luc Brillant, Karelle Tremblay, François Papineau
Genres
Drama
Director
Sébastien Pilote

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Sébastien Pilote
Writer Sébastien Pilote
Stars Marie-France Marcotte, Pierre-Luc Brillant, Karelle Tremblay, François Papineau
Country Canada
Also Known As さよなら、退屈なレオニー, The Fireflies Are Gone
Runtime 1H 36M
Description A frustrated teenager frees herself from her mother's influence and her narrow life in a small industrial town to find out who she really is.

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Saturday, 22 Aug 2020 10:17

This movie is one of the very few (if not the only) that I have seen, that has so much to say about life. You will not get it if you only sit back and watch it. There are many things to say and take away from this movie and I will not be spoiling the movie. I will just say that this movie is inspirational. There are many things that I will carry into my life. To find out the meaning of life and if there is one, then this movie is the only movie that has the power to bring it out. You will not find another movie that will be able to make you understand what this movie is about or for that matter anything else. You will find the one thing to say that you are not thinking about anymore, and it will bring that to life. The movie is beautiful and will inspire you to live your life to the fullest. The scenery is beautiful, the cinematography is amazing, and the acting is incredible. My favorite part is the ending, which makes it worth the watch. The movie is good, it is one of the best movies of all time, and it has a very happy ending. The music is awesome, the acting is fantastic and the story is great. I would highly recommend this movie to everyone who has ever felt that life is not what you want it to be, and you want to do something about it. If you have been a human being before, this movie is for you. I really enjoyed this movie. I have been taking a break from films for about 2 weeks and I think I will put this on my list to watch again, and again, and again, and again.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 13:36

With its thoughtful and genuinely touching story, the movie "Emmanuelle" ("The Child") is a valuable addition to the annals of French cinema. In French cinema it is very rare that a film is made without some of the plot twists involving characters that we do not recognize. However, this film does not rely on twists, twists of a more conventional kind. The main plot of the film is very simple. It concerns a mother and her child. Her first husband, played by Mathieu Amalric, has left the country and is dead. The mother, played by Emily Blunt, takes her child to live with her grandparents, played by Ed Harris and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Her son, played by Jason Bourne, is 10 years old, with some of his belongings in the attic. The boy, the star of the film, is very mysterious, enigmatic, and can be a very difficult character to understand. His journey through the country to a new home takes a bit of a turn when the mother and the grandson get lost in the woods. All of a sudden, when they are found, they discover an unexpected and frightening situation. The film opens with the mother looking after the child, and the boy being frightened at what he is learning at the hospital. They decide to go back to their first home, and for the first time they see the world from the mother's point of view, with the mother's boyfriend playing her favourite music on the stereo in the room above. This is the most emotional moment of the film, and it is all the more powerful because it is the first time we see her son through her eyes. The son is also very emotional, but it is difficult to put your finger on the exact emotions he is feeling, since he is an alien to her. The films second emotional moment is when the mother decides to take her son and his girlfriend with her back to her original home. It is at this point that we discover what the son is afraid of. He is afraid of everything and everyone, and of the world beyond his home. Everything from his new family to his old home. "Emmanuelle" has two very different endings. The first is the film's official one, and the second is the one we see in the movie. The first ending is the one we see in the film, and it is not the official one. We see the mother and son meeting a doctor, who is in charge of the mother and the child, and the doctor telling them about the law that states that a man cannot have more than one child. She asks them to sign a declaration that the boy will be the only son in the house. This is the official one. We then see the boy living in the attic with his aunt, and they take him to school. The boy is very curious about the world outside, and at one point he asks a woman who has a child in the same neighbourhood to let him play outside in the park with his cousin. The woman politely declines, and the boy is left in the house with the aunt. At this point the second ending of the film is played, and it is the official one. The boy returns home to the house, and finds his mother and his cousin. They are all very worried. The boy's mother tells him that she cannot care for the boy anymore. They have to part. The boy has a little time to adjust, and the boy seems to be happy about his new life. The two endings, which are in keeping with the film's type, were very powerful, and they are both extremely moving. It is very difficult to find a film where a dramatic end is so powerful, and I am surprised that the French have not yet done it. It is especially wonderful that French cinema is beginning to produce films that deal with difficult subjects, and "Emmanuelle" is a film that deserves an Academy Award for best foreign film. It is a very good film, and it should be very powerful for


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