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Colette is a movie starring Keira Knightley, Fiona Shaw, and Dominic West. Colette is pushed by her husband to write novels under his name. Upon their success, she fights to make her talents known, challenging gender norms.

History, Biography, Drama
Wash Westmoreland
Robert Pugh, Dominic West, Keira Knightley, Fiona Shaw

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Genres History, Biography, Drama
Director Wash Westmoreland
Writer Richard Glatzer, Rebecca Lenkiewicz, Wash Westmoreland, Richard Glatzer
Stars Robert Pugh, Dominic West, Keira Knightley, Fiona Shaw
Country Netherlands, Hungary, France, UK, USA
Also Known As Colette: Liberación y deseo, Colette: Príbeh vásne, Kolete, コレット, Koletė, Colette: liberación y deseo
Runtime 1 h 51 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 Colette is pushed by her husband to write novels under his name. Upon their success, she fights to make her talents known, challenging gender norms.

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Saturday, 23 Jan 2021 16:15

HBO have released a new documentary, HOPE, starring Barbara Streisand, in which they put on record the life of HOPE herself. The documentary, which runs for 84 minutes, is in German with English subtitles, and focuses on HOPE's family, her years of marriage to Dr. Clarence Hughes, her children, her health, and her decline from her youthful glory to the time she died at the age of 63. Barbara Streisand has written a short essay that goes into her personal life and her time with HOPE, and she does a terrific job at it. The documentary is somewhat darker and more emotional than I would have expected, but it still shows how the world, in some ways, was against HOPE and she dealt with it by going on with her life. In the documentary, she says that HOPE always had a smile on her face, even when she was suffering. It is a great moment in the documentary. She says that the children, whom she did not have the opportunity to see growing up, loved her very much and they were not looking for fame and fortune. When HOPE was dying, she had not gotten any money, and when she did, she did not take her money with her. HOPE's son, Paul, who had been a great admirer of her, was the one who gave her the money. The children, who were her children, would have loved to have seen her husband as well. The only person she wanted to see, her daughter-in-law, was in a hospital in Israel, where she had recently been. Barbara Streisand says that her husband, Dr. Clarence Hughes, had done a lot of work for the Jewish community. He had the role of chairman of the board of the Chabad Synagogue, and she wanted to see her husband and learn more about him. When HOPE had to stop work, he said that she was going to see him in the hospital, and she was glad that she would be going to see him, because he was a good man. When HOPE had a bad day, she told her husband, that she was going to see him. She did not get a chance to see him in Israel, and she was worried about what would happen. The last part of the documentary is her children, who have always been with her, and her daughter-in-law, and some of the people that HOPE's family had. They all say that HOPE was a great person, and they are proud of her. She was very busy in her life, but she was able to give a lot of time and energy to her family. I believe that she was a great person, and she was a wonderful person to have as a mother and as a daughter. I think that she is a great woman. She was a wonderful mother and a great daughter-in-law, and she is a great person. I recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to learn about the life of HOPE Streisand.
Sunday, 30 Aug 2020 20:00

I have recently had a chance to see 'L'Hospitalier de Montpetit', which was produced by one of the local cinemas, La Beurre, and starring Laurent Barrilier, a relatively unknown actor, and confirmed me in my belief, that a good film can be made by a talented cast and good direction. The film, based on a play by the great Jean Drapeau, is considered to be the best film made during the Franco regime, and by his enemies, who are convinced that it is anti-Franco, is a stinging indictment. While the film is not a masterpiece of cinema, it is a fairly accurate portrayal of the situation in France during the Franco regime. The cast is perfectly chosen, and some very talented actors were chosen, such as Yves Saint Laurent, Lionel Thoreau, Antoine Rochar, and Jean-Louis Trintignant, to name a few. The cinematography is excellent, and gives an appropriate feel for the period. The direction, however, is not of Oscar quality. The cinematography looks too Hollywood, and focuses more on long takes than effective use of long shots, as an effective technique to convey the mood of the period. The story, for me, is a good adaptation of the play. It deals with the turmoil of the very young and inexperienced politician, who does not know what is happening in France, and with his struggle for power, with a cast of old, well known actors. The story deals with the tensions in a family, whose male members are struggling, with a good performance by Laurent Barrilier. The story follows the unsuccessful efforts of the politician, who leaves the theatre, and how he is recruited by the very wealthy, even if he does not have much experience of politics, and is made into the minister. This is a very good film, based on a very good story, and the direction by Laurent Barrilier is very good. However, the screenplay, by Antoine Rochar, contains a number of errors in its characterisation of characters, which prevent the film from having the same impact as it could. The attempt to represent the period, during the Franco regime, is very weak. The film could have been much better, if the film makers had used a better director, and prepared the screenplay better, by having a more accurate translation of the text, or, having a less accurate translation of the text. The film is definitely worth a watch, although it has a limited audience, but, nevertheless, it is a very good film. The cast, is magnificent, and the film is a great piece of work. However, the director, Laurent Barrilier, is no French Michelangelo, and is not a master of French cinema, and it is very unlikely that he could have made a better film, given the
Monday, 17 Aug 2020 21:01

I saw this movie in a sneak preview at the cinema, and I was utterly shocked at the scenes it showed. I couldn't believe that I was watching such a beautiful, sad, and truthful story of a girl who had it all, and all she needed was a couple of good friends to help her cope with what was happening to her. The movie's four main characters, including the girl, were extraordinary and heartbreaking, and the movie stayed with you from beginning to end. The characters of the movie are important, because they are the ones who make this story possible. They are not the main characters, but they are important, and the way they are portrayed in the movie is perfect. They are in a way, the true characters of the story. I think that this movie, or any movie, should always be viewed as a movie, and not as a "message" film. Movies should have a point, and this movie has a point. Sometimes I think that the directors didn't use the "true" point of the movie. For example, I know that some people might think that it was really nice that the movie showed scenes where the poor, heart-broken, but loving hippie girl from the countryside is invited to the very expensive B&B, only to realize that she is the kind of person who just want to be left alone. I think that this point wasn't really used, and probably I'm wrong, but I believe that this point was not used, and I don't think it was the point the director wanted. The point was that, during the course of the movie, the two main characters, were growing up and becoming real people, and the world around them was not what they thought it was. There was a sense of alienation, even if they didn't realize it, but they did realize it. There were times in the movie when I felt like shouting to the movie directors to change that, or to show the hippie girl in a better light. I do hope that the director will use the true point of the movie in the next movie, which will hopefully be out soon. I also hope that people will be able to feel the true human feelings, instead of just thinking about the humanity thing, when watching a movie, and I hope that this movie will be viewed and appreciated by the people of the world.
Saturday, 25 Jul 2020 01:22

The story of Lotte Lippman and her husband Franz Wirth is told in "Lotte" - a movie which contains a long, luxurious, and glamorous affair with the help of several actors. The woman, who is known for her charm, gives the story of a woman whose life was transformed in the aftermath of her affair with Franz Wirth. The story comes from a book called "A Self-Exiled Woman" by the brilliant German author Helena Bardon. The movie is a very nice adaptation of the story, and a very good example of cinema as a method for telling an important event in our lives. The cast of characters in this film is very important. In general, they have been well chosen, and they deliver us with the needed performances. But a special mention must be made of the high and the honorific cast, which consists of actors who are so remarkable for their skill in presenting the story of the Lippmans. It is truly remarkable that the French star Vivien Kastner has spent a few months in a psychiatric hospital after the Lippmans' affair in order to become famous in the US. She delivered a professional and extremely impressive performance, which was definitely unique, and is the reason why the film receives a higher rating on IMDb. Piers Nivens as Franz Wirth was definitely also notable, and that's why he has a special name. P.S. The Lippman-Franz Wirth affair has been portrayed in many movies already, but there were some exceptions such as "Wedding Day" by Richard Loncraine, and the TV-movie "Hearts in Atlantis" by Michael Richardson. Some of the other films, such as "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind", "Insomnia", "Hearts in Atlantis" and "The Winter of Our Discontent" were also directed by A.P. Dutton. "Lotte" is another example of a very fine movie with a very good performance by all the actors, which is worth a watch. P.P.S. An other important quality of this movie is its great musical composition, with the help of the composer Christoph Marko.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 20:58

I've heard very little about this movie. I watched it in its entirety tonight and was completely awed by it. It was well made and acted. There is a balance between the characters, where we feel they are not enemies and may be friends or could be friends, or an opponent or nemesis. The movie moved along at a quick pace and did not drag. The acting was very good, the story was very moving and I believe the characters were well played. I love how you really understood the character and the ending was so satisfying. I'm also not a fan of foreign movies. I rarely like them. But this movie had a beautiful and deep language that I could really understand. It was not cliched at all. I think this is one movie that I will definitely be watching again. The acting was so much better than I thought it would be and I can't wait to watch it again. I have seen some really bad reviews here and am glad that people are getting to see it. I hope they do not review this movie harshly because I do not think many people will like this movie and it will not do much for their rating. I do think this movie should be viewed more than just people who are well educated. People can get confused if they are not well informed. The movie was not shot in New Zealand but we were treated to some stunning scenery. I felt the songs played when the music score was missing were beautiful. I loved the story so much and if you liked something like Witness or Platoon I think you will like this. I just hope you have a chance to see it, go ahead go buy it, I will see it again soon.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 02:20

Predictable (but well acted) romantic drama, but no matter what you expect it to be, you'll find yourself enthralled by it. The film is about a young Irish (British) girl, a talented singer and songwriter, who travels with her family, and goes to Paris, where she will be considered the "star" for a large Spanish family, who are looking for a singer to become their "first" daughter. It's a common storyline in film, but in this film it's one of the best I have seen in a long time. Helena Bonham Carter as the beautiful Lucie, gives a soulful and surprising performance that is just amazing. I've never thought that she could be so beautiful, but it was so true to her, and we felt for her, and felt her pain. The role was unique and very daring, and she brought out the best from Lucie. Director Albert Brooks, was phenomenal. The film captured the serenity and sadness of the city, while giving a beautiful light to the entire story. The atmosphere was absolutely stunning, and the viewer could be transported into the story without ever leaving the theater. His directing was phenomenal, the film was so different from what we've seen before, and we loved every second of it. In this day and age, a film should be able to surprise the viewer, and we did, in a huge way. It was such a different and unique story, that we ended up crying, and just felt a lot of relief when the credits started rolling. The acting was simply amazing, and each character was portrayed perfectly. There was nothing we didn't like about this film, and it is truly a film to be experienced. It is on of the best films I've seen in a very long time, and one that will stay in your mind for a very long time. We look forward to seeing what has become of the book, and hopefully we will be able to learn more of the story in the future.

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