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Le semeur is a movie starring Pauline Burlet, Géraldine Pailhas, and Alban Lenoir. Violette is old enough to get married when her village in the Lower Alps is cruelly deprived of all its men by the repression that followed the...

Genres
Drama, Romance
Director
Marine Francen
Starring
Géraldine Pailhas, Alban Lenoir, Iliana Zabeth, Pauline Burlet

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Genres Drama, Romance
Director Marine Francen
Writer Marine Francen, Virginie Sauveur, Olivier Cena, Violette Ailhaud, Jacques Fieschi, Jacqueline Surchat
Stars Géraldine Pailhas, Alban Lenoir, Iliana Zabeth, Pauline Burlet
Country France, Belgium
Also Known As Ο θεριστής, Das Mädchen, das lesen konnte, 乙女たちの秘めごと, Siewca, The Sower, Le Semeur, La mujer que sabía leer
Runtime 1 h 38 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 Violette is old enough to get married when her village in the Lower Alps is cruelly deprived of all its men by the repression that followed the republican uprising of December 1851. For the next two years, the village is completely cut off. The women swear an oath that if a man should come, he will become their shared husband, so that life may continue to flourish in each of their wombs.

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Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 03:52

The year is 2019 and a wealthy and ambitious guy named Eugenio Venezia (played by Nicolas Dragan) wants to move to the big city. He has a chance meeting with a beautiful and mysterious waitress (played by Laura Gemser) who falls in love with him. However, a group of men attack him and drive him out of town, but before they do, the group take a picture of him, and Venezia's life is suddenly in danger. He is separated from his wife (played by Rosalba Neri), and his life is in danger, so he asks the waitress (played by Rosalba Neri) to marry him. In the meantime, he meets a beautiful and attractive woman (played by Maria Garcia) and they fall in love. However, the woman has a dark secret and the two of them are separated, but she leaves him with the good-looking man (played by Raffael Rebbini) to go live with him. During the time of their separation, Venezia sees a doctor who asks him to take an anti-depressant and to tell him what his life will be like after the separation. However, Venezia doesn't want to, so he tells the doctor everything that will happen to him. This film has a simple, elegant and elegant plot. The movie follows the story of a man who is separated from his wife, but he wants to know what will happen to him. He wants to know what he will have to do to survive in the new place he is going to. The story is great and the acting is superb. There is no unnecessary vulgarity, and the language is minimal. The film was directed by Lucio Fulci, who is the best director I know of. The film is a lot of fun and has a simple plot that is easy to follow. The cinematography is beautiful and the film is a masterpiece. It has everything that a great film needs and is a great film.
Thursday, 27 Aug 2020 00:28

I had the privilege to attend the screening of "The Skin I Live In" at the Tribeca Film Festival. My son was with me, and I am very happy that he was able to experience the film. The film is a personal narrative that covers the life of a young, attractive woman named Jessica. While I was never in love with Jessica, the film is about her struggles with her body and how she is trying to cope with it. She is bullied and ostracized by her friends, and they are not the only ones who think of her as a freak. She's always afraid of being called a freak, but she also feels like she needs to prove her worth. The main character of the film is Jessica, and the acting in the film is superb. Jodie Foster is very convincing as the character. She really did a fantastic job of giving her character depth, and making her a character that you feel for. She is the protagonist of the film, and I really didn't want her to be a victim. I felt for her, and was really moved by her story. I also really enjoyed the film's cinematography. The cinematography is beautifully shot and is not overbearing. I particularly enjoyed the use of the film's real locations, which were great to watch. The opening sequence in particular, where Jessica is exploring the water in the ocean, was very visually engaging and very moving. I also really liked the slow motion effect used throughout the film. It added a certain kind of realism to the film, but I also think it made it more realistic, and made the film more real. The film is also very dark, and not really something I'd expect to see in a comedy. I think that it was important that the film was dark and realistic because Jessica is a serious character, and she is dealing with a lot of personal issues. I also really enjoyed the film's use of metaphors. One example is when Jessica is looking at a picture of her mother, and is looking at how much she has changed since she was a child. This film is great because it is different from all the other romantic comedies that I've seen. It isn't a romantic comedy about the love story between two people, but rather a character study about the relationship between a woman and her body. I really enjoyed the film because it was really different from what I was expecting. I think that it is an important film, because it is about a person who is dealing with a lot of personal issues, and is also about a film. I recommend this film to everyone. I give it a 9/10.


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