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La dame dans l'auto avec des lunettes et un fusil is a movie starring Freya Mavor, Benjamin Biolay, and Elio Germano. A woman must find out about a crime she is implicated, to prove her innocence.

Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Joann Sfar
Benjamin Biolay, Elio Germano, Freya Mavor, Stacy Martin

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Genres Drama, Thriller, Mystery
Director Joann Sfar
Writer Patrick Godeau, Sébastien Japrisot, Gilles Marchand
Stars Benjamin Biolay, Elio Germano, Freya Mavor, Stacy Martin
Country Belgium, France
Also Known As The Lady in the Car with Glasses and a Gun, Arabadaki Gözlüklü ve Silahlı Kadın, Μαύρα γυαλιά, Uma Dama de Óculos Escuros Com uma Arma no Carro, アナザー, Wycieczka z trupem
Runtime 1 h 33 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 A secretary steals her boss' car to go joyriding. She visits a seaside town she swears she's never been to, but everyone knows her name. And when a body turns up in the trunk of the car, she is the lead suspect in a murder she knows nothing about. Is she going crazy?

Top reviews

Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 11:23

A young man who has to come to terms with his mother's death in an auto accident sees a photograph of his father. He soon realizes that this man is not his father, and has never been his father. There is something about this photograph that makes the whole story turn topsy-turvy, and that is probably what the director wanted. The film follows the course of this change in a way that is subtle and slightly interesting, but is completely predictable. There are no surprises here, so it is difficult to judge whether the film is really good or not. I really like it, but it does not really make me feel anything for it. Still, it is a solid, exciting movie, and very much worth watching. It is worth mentioning the great cast in this film. The movie is not only about this change in the characters, but also about a kind of philosophical ambiguity that is present in the characters' lives, and about how that philosophy affects the lives of the people who are involved in the movie. The relationship between the young boy and his mother is one of the main themes of the movie, and it is really well handled. The kid really shows how the psychological damage caused by the accident affects his life, and how it is affected by his father. It is very realistic, and I really enjoyed the way the film makes you question the characters. The ending is also interesting, but I really do not know how much of it is real. There is one more interesting aspect of this movie that I really enjoyed. The ending was very important to me, because I was really looking forward to it. I really liked the way the film shows us the aftermath of the car accident. It is very important to note that the accident is not the main theme of the movie, but rather how it affects the lives of the people who are involved. I really like the way that this movie did not have a happy ending. This was probably what the director wanted to do, but I think it was still a nice ending to this movie. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie, and I definitely recommend it to people who like a bit of a philosophical mystery in their movies.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 22:30

Julien Duvivier's L'autre ne vous aime est une nouvelle. (A character with no money doesn't go on the rampage, for the same reason) has got the chance to be one of the most influential films of the 21st century. The title refers to a phrase from one of the film's characters: "you can't escape your past." The two most influential films in recent memory have been "The English Patient" (2005) and "The Road" (2006), both of which made a very strong statement about the common human condition: that is, people are capable of violence. The films were followed by a huge amount of other films that, while not making a direct statement about human nature, still addressed the issue in a clever way. Of course, all of the films are absolutely beautiful and have the power to make you feel what it's like to live in such a world. L'autre ne vous aime est une nouvelle is no exception. It's an amazing, if somewhat surreal, film that never gives you the feeling of a simple thriller. The film has some of the most beautiful cinematography I've ever seen, with a wonderful lighting that makes you feel like you're living in a 1930's film. The film is shot like a long painting and this makes the film all the more captivating. The performances are great as well. I haven't seen Jérôme Mayron before but he is absolutely fantastic. The main character of the film is played by the incredible Jean-Pierre Cassel and it's clear that the film was directed with a great sense of style. The film is a true gem that deserves to be seen by everyone.
Friday, 08 May 2020 16:33

Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Le maitres du temps" is an intriguing and thoughtful mystery that is clearly inspired by The Amityville Horror. But I am glad that Jeunet's work isn't just about horror. It is about the psychology of the film's main character, Marie-France, and how she unravels the mystery. And that's where the problem lies. For a French film, Jeunet's work is far from the first to deal with the theme of mental illness. There are more contemporary works like the highly acclaimed and Emmy-winning drama "Death and the Maiden", directed by Julie Delpy. And there are also a number of films that deal with mental illness in a more artistic way, like "The Right to Be Dead", directed by James Gray. But none of them has come close to the unique and original style of Jeunet's film. The problem is that Jeunet's film lacks a narrative. Jeunet's film is primarily about Marie-France and her relationship with her sister who is schizophrenic. But the film is really more about the relationship between Marie-France and the real mystery. What Jeunet is trying to do is to develop a thriller around the relationship between Marie-France and the real mystery. The problem is that the film isn't very gripping. Marie-France's behaviour is so unrealistic that the viewer can't really identify with her. The script isn't very good either. Jeunet's dialogue is sometimes good, but he doesn't always have a good idea of what Marie-France is saying. And the story is a bit more contrived than it needs to be. The mystery is only vaguely developed and never really comes together. The ending is also rather unsatisfying. The film is very dark and depressing. It also has a lot of violence and an extremely violent sequence. I guess that Jeunet's film was very controversial in France. And there were a lot of negative reviews. I guess that people felt that the film was too dark and too disturbing. However, I really don't think that the film is as disturbing as it's reputation would have you believe. I really liked the film and I think it's a good film. The film doesn't quite hit the mark but it is still very good. I'm glad that Jeunet is making more films like this one.
Monday, 04 May 2020 12:32

A film that truly deserves to be called a crime thriller. The film follows the events that occur after the death of a young boy. The girl was found with her throat slit and the boy, a boy who used to be in the same class as the girl, and his friends are not willing to believe that the girl is dead. After much research, the boy, who also witnessed the events, comes up with a theory that she is not dead, but the police are convinced that she is dead. The main character in the film is Daniel, the one who witnesses the murder, who is extremely confused by the events. The reason that he was convinced that she was not dead is because the police were not present during the time that the events happened, and they were not able to provide any evidence that would prove that she was not dead. Daniel is trying to get some answers from the police. The plot of the film is very interesting, but is not in a perfect way. The film has some flaws, but is still a good film. The film has some good points, such as the twist that occurs towards the end of the film, but it also has some bad points, such as the ending. The ending is the worst part of the film, because it is so predictable. The characters are not very likable, because they are too easy to hate. The plot is not very good. The film is about a young boy who was bullied by his classmates, and this is what drives him to kill the girls that he saw, because he believes that they are lying. The twist in the end is so predictable, that you are just waiting for the film to end. Overall, I do not recommend this film. It is very predictable and is not very interesting.

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