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Souvenir is a movie starring Isabelle Huppert, Kévin Azaïs, and Johan Leysen. A forgotten European Song Contest singer, fading away in a pâté factory, falls in love with a young aspiring boxer. Together they decide to attempt her...

Genres
Drama, Music, Romance
Director
Bavo Defurne
Starring
Kévin Azaïs, Muriel Bersy, Isabelle Huppert, Johan Leysen

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Product details

Genres Drama, Music, Romance
Director Bavo Defurne
Writer Bavo Defurne, Jacques Boon, Bavo Defurne, Yves Verbraeken
Stars Kévin Azaïs, Muriel Bersy, Isabelle Huppert, Johan Leysen
Country Luxembourg, Belgium, France
Also Known As Bir Yıldız Dönüyor, Σουβενίρ, Ein Chanson für dich, Ein Chanson für Dich, Volver a empezar, Emlék
Runtime 1 h 30 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 Liliane (Isabelle Huppert) lives a modest and monotonous life. By day, she works in a pâté factory, and by night, she sits on the couch and watches TV. One day, a new worker named Jean (Kévin Azaïs) arrives. The two form a platonic relationship, but Jean grows increasingly convinced that he recognizes Liliane from a European singing contest he saw as a child. Eventually, he convinces her to confront her past.

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Monday, 08 Jun 2020 14:56

In the 1990s, writer/director/co-star Vangelis (1982 - 2000) produced five films of cinema that used electronic instruments in his native sound-system, "Silence" in 1991, "Being There" in 1992, "King of New York" in 1993, "Eros" in 1996, and "Kontakt" in 2000. The combined production of these films had its strongest moment with "Silence", which became a worldwide commercial success, with over $1 million in gross receipts and over 50 million in worldwide ticket sales. The following year, the other two films were "King of New York" and "Eros" and the production continued in 1999 with "Kontakt", which was the first film of Vangelis and Co-Director Peter Segal to be screened in cinemas. This second film, "Kontakt" also was a commercial success and was nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Academy Awards and was a winner at the Cannes Film Festival, with over 25% of the votes received for the prestigious prize. The film is a very long four-hour drama about the writer's life and work. The acting, especially by the lead, is quite good, the atmosphere is very "soulful", the characters are convincing, and the film is always moving and thought-provoking. The musical score is a major aspect of this film and it is a pleasure to listen to a great concert of Vangelis and his orchestra. The performances of the lead actors were superb and their performances in this film are very well-suited to the theme and atmosphere of the film. The film was shot in Prague, which is in the Czech Republic, as well as in Berlin, Bucharest, Moscow and Toronto, Canada. There are some historical sequences in the film that are accurate to the period of the writer's life. The film is also quite shocking and challenging, especially to those who know the writer's life. The film includes a letter from Vangelis to his girlfriend, which was a major turning point in his life and a decisive moment in his life. The film is one of the greatest achievement of Vangelis in his life and career. He is definitely a great director, and this film is his best film to date. It is worth to watch.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 00:01

I never had the chance to watch "The Bicycle Thief" until last year, when I saw the British TV film, "The Bicycle Thief: An Unexpected Reunion", starring Natalie Portman. I was not as impressed as I thought I would be, but now I feel that the film is on my radar. The plot is not so much about the story of the bicycle thief, but it is about the friendship between two of its characters. The storyline is simple, it is about two old friends who have lived together for thirty years, and how they finally reconnect. They are both ex-convict and ex-offender. The former, Claude, has a short-term memory loss, so he cannot remember anything he has done. The former, Vincent, has a bit of a conscience, so he tries to make himself forget. In a way, their story is similar to a documentary about convicted criminals in prison. Claude, a decent man, has become a bum, and is trying to get his life back on track. Vincent, a sweet and caring man, has become a deadbeat and is just about to be arrested. They are the two main characters in the film, and it is easy to see why they have been together for thirty years. They are both good friends, and have had a good friendship since childhood. They have experienced a lot together, and the friendship is very strong, it is what makes their friendship so special. The only problem is that Claude and Vincent are ex-convict and ex-offender, so the friendship is difficult to maintain. I am sure that the film makers had a hard time convincing Vincent to play the role of Claude. But the two are good friends, and I think the film makers could have found another actor to play Claude. The acting is good, but the real show is made by the camera work and the editing. The editing is very good. They show the times of Claude's childhood, and the times of Vincent's childhood, but they also show the days when they live apart. The editing also makes us feel the feeling of the two characters. The music is good, the camera work is good, the editing is good, and the camera work also makes us feel the mood of the film. The film is about a friendship between two old friends who have been separated for a long time. The friendship is not very strong, and the friendship can not be sustained. But the two friends are still friends, and they can still talk to each other, and that makes the friendship stronger. I highly recommend "The Bicycle Thief: An Unexpected Reunion", and I think that you will like the film.
Monday, 04 May 2020 14:43

A boy, father, mother, two older brothers and a daughter are the characters that make up the cast. The story is about two siblings who are leaving home and leaving the majority of their possessions behind. They live in a small house on a small island. The brother is a rather selfish and spoiled boy, who wants to impress his mother by taking her to the prom. The mother is slightly more concerned with keeping the family intact. When the older brother goes away for two years, the mother moves into the house. The siblings, who have never really spoken to each other, soon learn to communicate. The brother is named Marcus, and the mother is named Patricia. When Patricia finally returns, she moves into the house and becomes the mother. The story moves slowly, but at the end, it is heartwarming. The music is haunting, the atmosphere is warm and the music helps to give the movie a reality. The movie also has a very simple plot, but it is very interesting. The performances are very good, with a special mention to Katie Couric, who plays the mother. She plays her role well. The movie does not have a bad performance. The cast makes the movie even better. I recommend this movie. It is not for the faint hearted. The movie is about family and not about winning. It is a story about a mother and a son. It is about losing something, but not what you lose. It is about life and the journey. It is about finding something, but not how you get it. It is about getting to know someone, but not about finding someone. It is about letting yourself go, but not letting the things in your life go. This movie is about how the world can be cruel. I loved it, and I recommend it to anyone.


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