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Funan is a movie starring Bérénice Bejo, Louis Garrel, and Colette Kieffer. The survival and the struggle of a young mother during the Khmer Rouge revolution, to find her 4-year-old son, torn from his family by the regime.

Genres
Animation
Director
Denis Do
Starring
Colette Kieffer, Aude-Laurence Clermont Biver, Bérénice Bejo, Louis Garrel

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Product details

Genres Animation
Director Denis Do
Writer Magali Pouzol, Elise Trinh, Denis Do
Stars Colette Kieffer, Aude-Laurence Clermont Biver, Bérénice Bejo, Louis Garrel
Country France, Belgium, Luxembourg, Cambodia, Reunion
Also Known As Funan, le peuple nouveau, Funan: The New People, Funan, the New People
Runtime 1 h 24 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 Cambodia, once the ancient kingdom of Funan, April 17th, 1975. The entire country falls under the tyranny of Angkar, the communist party of the Khmer Rouge. The cities are abandoned, the population is thrown to the roads and forced to walk towards an uncertain future.

Top reviews

Friday, 02 Oct 2020 14:49

I had to say it. I was a student in 1971, a year I spent in Paris and spent two summers in France. I was a bit older than the other kids in school, and was drawn to French and literature, particularly early 20th century French literature. I decided to write a piece about French literature in France for a French class project, and found myself drawn to a place called "The Allens", where I spent a summer with my friend Steven, who was studying in France and who I thought would be a good match for the kid. The Allens was full of beautiful, original, non-boring people. It was full of people with problems, but no adults like myself. It was full of life, and I learned to really like the people there, even if I was not really drawn to the individual. The kids there, on the other hand, seemed like ordinary kids, but I had seen and read things about the Allens that were less ordinary. So I figured I'd love the movie. I loved it. I found it to be a coming-of-age story, one about growing up and finding out who you are and how to deal with it, and to be able to look back and see the lives of others. The movie was shot on location in France, in several locations. It was in color, and the costumes were really beautiful. I liked it very much. I had a great time watching it. I'll never forget the feeling I had when I watched it, the awkwardness of it, and the excitement that I had felt when I got home from school, and asked my dad to watch it. I can't help but think it will stay with me forever. It had a magic, a real warmth and a real feeling. I was in France for a year, and I came back and watched the movie again, and it still makes me smile. There are two "primitive" scenes in the movie, but that doesn't matter. They are beautiful. It is so rare to see a movie that makes me smile. I watched it with a French friend of mine. We watched it together, and we both thought it was great. We were both French, and we liked it a lot. It is one of the few movies that make me feel good, or really happy, and I will definitely watch it again.
Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 00:24

This is a really beautiful, moving, and very funny film. It is about a young boy named Ivan who finds a strange rock in a river and starts digging it up and studying it. At the same time, his older brother and sister find something similar and they are about to use it. Ivan's mother does not want him to use it because of the damage it might cause to his mother and the girl's boyfriend. When Ivan gets a chance to use the rock, he doesn't understand why his mother would want him to destroy something that is important to her. It is then that his brother (the boyfriend) tells him that he has to share his mother's love with the girl. Now, Ivan must choose between his mother and his boyfriend. The director, Peter Hollens, was able to capture the beauty of Mongolia and the beautiful people in it. There are some incredible, dramatic shots of people walking along the sandy beaches of the country. It was also a pleasure to watch the film through the eyes of a young boy who finds something important and then must choose between his mother and his boyfriend. The film has a beautiful score by James Horner, which is really good. The images are very well composed and, in some cases, some of the shots are really beautiful. The director is very skillful with his cinematography. He captures the beauty of Mongolia in a way that is very much different than what we see on TV. It is really hard to say whether this is a true story or not, but the director makes it appear that way. Overall, it is an excellent film that is very moving and very funny.


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