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La vérité is a movie starring Catherine Deneuve, Juliette Binoche, and Ethan Hawke. A stormy reunion between scriptwriter Lumir with her famous mother and actress, Fabienne, against the backdrop of Fabienne's autobiographic book and...

Hirokazu Koreeda
Ethan Hawke, Juliette Binoche, Catherine Deneuve, Clémentine Grenier

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Genres Drama
Director Hirokazu Koreeda
Writer Ken Liu, Hirokazu Koreeda
Stars Ethan Hawke, Juliette Binoche, Catherine Deneuve, Clémentine Grenier
Country France, Japan
Also Known As 真実, 真實, Le verità, Les Toilettes, Az igazság, A Verdade, La verdad, Saklı Gerçekler, Resnica, Fabiennen muistelmat, The Truth About Catherine, The Truth, Istina, Prawda, Sanningen, La Vérité - Leben und lügen lassen, Shinjitsu
Runtime 1 h 46 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Fabienne is a star; a star of French cinema. She reigns amongst men who love and admire her. When she publishes her memoirs, her daughter Lumir returns from New York to Paris with her husband and young child. The reunion between mother and daughter will quickly turn to confrontation: truths will be told, accounts settled, loves and resentments confessed.

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Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 11:06

A lone man drifts from one town to the next on the backs of his horse, following the lead of a postcard that leads him to a place of great beauty. I have read a number of reviews here, which talk about how the film was boring and it was just supposed to be a story about a man trying to find his identity and a lost love, but the people who have given this film the "9" mark need to read the book. This film is not an emotional roller coaster of destruction, nor is it a story about a beautiful woman and a lost love. It is a story about one man trying to find himself, one who has nothing to lose, one who has nothing to give. He doesn't have a family, he doesn't have a home, he doesn't have a job, but he has a dream. He has a life. And he has that horse. And he is just trying to find it. I watched this movie and I couldn't help but fall in love with this man. I couldn't help but feel for him. And I felt for the girl he falls in love with. I felt the love and the pain of the men who had been crushed by the harshness of the world. I felt the sorrow of the woman who had lost the love of her life. I felt the love and the sorrow of the young girl who would be the anchor for the man to hold onto the dream. I felt the fear and the longing of the man who wanted to be strong, to keep his dream alive, to give to the world a better life. And I felt the anger of the man who just wanted to find his own identity and find a way to make his life better. The man who just wanted to find his place in the world, and I think the most powerful scenes in the film were those of the two men who had just met. They were the most powerful characters in the film. The scene where the man is reading the postcard and he is struggling to find his identity, he is not looking for a lost love, he is looking for his own identity. And that was a powerful scene. I think the acting was fantastic. The men had a quiet, believable, and very good acting. It was very hard to believe that the woman who was the star of the film was just a fill in for the "main girl" from the "main" story. I think the two guys just kept the whole film moving along at a very good pace. The pace was good and the story was told well. I think the director and the actors did a great job in this film. I loved it. I hope that other people love it, and I think that everyone should see this film. I think that the director was great, and the actors were great. I think it is a good movie and I think that everyone should see it. I hope everyone who watches this movie, can see that it is worth seeing, and I hope that everyone who loves this movie will like it too. I hope that everyone can feel that this film is worth seeing, and I hope that everyone who loves this movie will like it.
Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020 01:45

This film is based on a novel by Sophie Lefebvre. Lefebvre, who was a best-selling author, has died at the age of 60. She was a brilliant writer. Her books were often translated into various languages. She is known for the novel "Ibsen's Lolita" and the opera "Romeo and Juliet" - the latter being the "Climax" of "Les Miserables". The novel is about the love of two sisters for the same man. Lefebvre wanted to make a film that would be in the same genre as "Les Miserables", and this film, "Le Visite des Andeaux" is the result. Lefebvre wanted to tell her story through the eyes of the real life sisters, but the actors who played the sisters, Christine Jean and Cecile, were not used. The film is directed by Georges Melies. The film is beautifully shot. The soundtrack is also very good. This is the second film by Melies, the first being "L'Amour Et De La Mort" (1987) which was also a great film. Melies has a great screen presence. He is also a great director. He won a few awards for his directing of "Les Miserables", and for "L'Olympia Et La Mort". All the actors in this film were very good. All of them were at least good. The screenplay was also very good, but there were also some parts of the film that were a little bit confusing. Overall, this is a great film. This film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture and Best Director. The film won Best Foreign Film at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival, and it also won the Oscar for Best Foreign Film. The film is also very good. This film is recommended for everyone. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the novel "Ibsen's Lolita". It's a great film. Rating: 9/10.
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 02:30

I've never written a review before, but felt compelled to write one after watching this movie, because the world of the documentary has always fascinated me, even as a child. It's the story of a young boy who grows up without a father and grows up to be a little man in a man's body. He tells the story to a psychologist, who says to him, "You're gonna be a man. You'll get married. You'll have a family. You'll have a wife. You'll have a kid. That's all you need." The kid is horrified, but the psychologist tells him that, as he grows up, he'll get the experience that he needs. That's life, and it is terrifying. The whole thing is filmed with incredible restraint, by using two hands to capture the very lifelike lives of a group of people, including the boy. The cameraman is also a woman, whose body and voice are as important as the boy's. The camera never focuses on her. But she is never at the center of the movie. We follow the boy, who has no father and no home. He gets into fights, which end in humiliation and heartbreak. He gets into fights because he has no other choice. He has a loving, devoted, caring woman, but no one to help him. And he gets into fights because he's not liked. That's life. It is terrifying, and it is heartbreaking. The director chose to make a documentary that will probably never be seen by the world, but that will be remembered forever. It is not the best movie ever, but it is a powerful one. If you want to see a movie about the cycle of life, this is it. 9/10.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 17:53

I have not seen this movie in quite a while. I was drawn to it by the fact that a friend of mine has a copy of it. It has to be the best movie I have seen in a while. There are so many scenes, like the one that starts out with the kids watching this tape, that I was reminded of my childhood. The fact that it is based on a true story was also a factor. It made me more curious. I am not a movie critic, so I was not sure if the movie was good or not. I have to say that it is worth watching. It was very touching and I found myself going through the same emotions as the children. I was also very moved by the acting, especially by Clotilde Baptiste. I really liked the way she played the mother. I have never been a fan of Marie-Josee Croze, but I found her acting in this movie to be very good. I could relate to the mother's fear. I liked the way she tried to help her daughter, even though she didn't know how to. I liked the way the father was shown as a true, caring man. He was a great role model for the children. I did not find the character of the older brother to be particularly strong or interesting. It was more about his own life, and his relationship with his younger brother. It was very touching. I did not see any flaws in the movie. I do not think that the actors were really to blame. The movie is not perfect. It is very slow, and there are a few scenes that are not needed. It is definitely worth watching. My only regret is that I missed it the first time around. I do not know if the movie is now available on DVD, but I will check it out.
Sunday, 31 May 2020 08:49

In a way this is a more straightforward story, like the plot of a play. The same underlying sense of human tragedy that is so common in Shakespeare. This film is very close to a play, and I think that this makes it more of a film in its own right. Like a play, the film has a very structured plot, and yet the movie feels very much like a documentary, where the director stays close to the subject of the film and the actors' emotions are captured in their facial expressions. The editing is very cinematic, so the acting is very good. The movie is very slow, and it seems to go on forever. It may seem like it goes on forever, but the movie really doesn't. The movie really does tell the story in its own time. And if you think about it, the movie is only about 30 minutes long, which is very short. There is a lot more to the story than the movie makes out, and it's a very thought provoking film. A lot of Shakespeare plays deal with human emotions, and I think this film does a great job of showing that. I think the story of the film is very important to understand the relationship between a mother and her children. This film really did a great job of showing this relationship. A mother would feel an emotional connection to her children. There are moments of tremendous sadness, and also moments of great joy. This film really captures the essence of the father-son relationship. It is very realistic and it feels very real. There are some very dramatic moments, and the director has done a fantastic job of using these moments. In this film, the father is extremely emotionally unstable. He is shown to be very aggressive and very sadistic, and he is so emotionally abusive, that it is hard to take him seriously. He is portrayed as someone who will do anything to get his son. He shows no remorse. In this film, he is shown to be a sadistic man. I think the father is very much like the father in the play. The father is very emotionally abusive, but also very caring and loving. This film is also very good at showing how people are able to be a good parent. I think this film shows how a father can be a good parent. A father can be loving and caring. The father is shown to be very emotional and very sadistic, and yet he can be very loving and caring. In this film, we see that the father is very much like the father in the play. The father is extremely sadistic, but he is also very loving and caring. I think this is a great film. This is a very good film, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes Shakespeare. I think this is one of the best films I have ever seen.

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