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L'école buissonnière is a movie starring François Cluzet, Jean Scandel, and Eric Elmosnino. In 1920s France an orphan is adopted by a rustic couple who work for a rural landowner. Left to himself, he soon comes under the spell of...

Genres
Drama, Comedy, Family
Director
Nicolas Vanier
Starring
François Berléand, François Cluzet, Eric Elmosnino, Jean Scandel

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Genres Drama, Comedy, Family
Director Nicolas Vanier
Writer Nicolas Vanier, Nicolas Vanier, Jérôme Tonnerre, Jérôme Tonnerre, Nicolas Vanier, Jérôme Tonnerre
Stars François Berléand, François Cluzet, Eric Elmosnino, Jean Scandel
Country France
Also Known As The School of Life, Paul und die Schule des Lebens, El rey del bosque, Livets skola, スクール・オブ・ライフ, A Escola da Vida, La escuela de la vida, School of Life, Škola života, A escola da vida, Hayat Okulu
Runtime 1 h 56 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 In 1920s France an orphan is adopted by a rustic couple who work for a rural landowner. Left to himself, he soon comes under the spell of the local poacher.

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Wednesday, 13 May 2020 06:25

Curious people might have found the world of Jean Cocteau a difficult place to deal with. It is always difficult to make a film about a man who lived long before you were born and was born before you were born, and then worked with what you were born with, not to mention his importance in the French intellectual world. And yet, when it comes to filming him, Cocteau seems to be really happy to be filmed. The film is full of laughter and smiles. And that is all there is to it. The documentary style works. But it also comes across as a bit of a second-rate documentary. There is little telling us about Cocteau's life. But at the same time, there is little telling us about the people he met or the people he knew. And that is where the problem with the film lies. There are no real characters to follow. This is a problem I have with so many documentaries, particularly those that talk about the lives of artists. It seems to me that documentary film makers are somewhat more interested in the people themselves than they are in their lived experiences. Cocteau's films make that mistake. The film is filled with great performances. Gilles Deleuze is a good choice for a character, a very simple one at that. Bruno Ganz is good in the title role, and he deserves credit for that. But the real star of the show is Gilles Jacob. He is a very good actor, and I have to say that he steals the show in the film. It is a film that has to do with life and love, and it is a love story. And so it is a love story. And it is a great one, too. I have not seen a movie this year that has done that as well as this one. But it is also a story about life and death. The film is so much a love story that it is hard to talk about its other content. It is hard to discuss the brilliant cast, but it is hard to talk about the writing. In many ways, the writing is pretty mediocre. There is little that could be called "original" here. But as a love story, it works. The film is an interesting and at times touching little film. It is not as good as I would have liked, but it is a lot better than some other films I have seen. I was not expecting much from this film. But I was not expecting to like it either. It is certainly not a great film, but it is good enough to be a good film. It is a great film, and it is not the worst I have ever seen. But it is definitely the best. I give it a 7 out of 10. And that is a great movie.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 02:16

The French Connection was a new discovery for me. I knew nothing about it except for the premise and the name of the writer (Fanny Ardant). I watched it several times and once a year for the past six years, and it never fails to stay with me. The film tells the story of four young adults who are in college. They are the kids of three 'no-no's', in the sense that they cannot afford to attend any other school. The older two have a handicap, and they are the only ones who can afford the trip. The younger two are able to get away with attending school for free because they can take advantage of their parents' low student loans. This is typical of the generation where any money is only as good as the money used to get it. The film is full of references to other films. It could be loosely defined as a cross between The Graduate and Midnight Cowboy. All the actors in the film are brilliant, and it is the perfect film to watch at the end of the day. While there are many musical numbers, the one which sticks out the most is "Josie's Song" by the Gershwins. The three lead characters (Amber, Jeremy and Max) are able to get away with something so much more when they are forced to study together. The problem is that, even though they have more money than anyone else, they still do not have enough to go to class. This is what really drove me crazy. I am a good father and have a wife who is more than happy to help out, but I never want to go to school when my children are not attending school. Most of the other parents I know would also have been very happy if I had had a car, a place to stay and some money. When you are struggling, the least you can do is get the best education you can, regardless of the cost. The film ends with the conclusion of a different kind of comedy, and there is one of the greatest speeches in film history. In fact, it is so great, it is the best of all the films I have ever seen. So, if you want to watch a film that will make you laugh and make you cry, this is a film you can't afford to miss.


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