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Ver Léon Morin, prêtre

Léon Morin, prêtre is a movie starring Jean-Paul Belmondo, Emmanuelle Riva, and Irène Tunc. Set during occupied France, a faithless woman finds herself falling in love with a young priest.

Drama, War, Romance
Jean-Pierre Melville
Nicole Mirel, Irène Tunc, Emmanuelle Riva, Jean-Paul Belmondo

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Genres Drama, War, Romance
Director Jean-Pierre Melville
Writer Jean-Pierre Melville, Béatrix Beck
Stars Nicole Mirel, Irène Tunc, Emmanuelle Riva, Jean-Paul Belmondo
Country France, Italy
Also Known As Moran Shinpu, モラン神父, Léon Morin, Priest, Un cura, Léon Morin - O Padre, Ksiadz Leon Morin, Léon Morin, präst, The Forgiven Sinner, Leon Morin, Priest, Léon Morin, sacerdote, Léon Morin, prest, Frestelse, O efimerios, Léon Morin prêtre, Leon Morin prete, Kiusaus, Eva und der Priester, Amor Proibido, Léon Morin, Prêtre
Runtime 1 h 57 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 World War II, the widow Barny sees the Italian soldiers arriving in occupied Saint Bernard while walking to her job. Barny lives with her daughter and works correcting tests and feels a great attraction toward her boss Sabine. When the Germans arrive, Barny sends her half-Jewish daughter to live in a farm in the countryside and finds that Sabine's brother has been arrested and sent to a concentration camp. The atheist Barny decides to baptize her daughter to protect her and chooses priest Léon Morin to discuss with him themes related to religion and Catholicism and Léon lends books to her. Barny converts to the Catholicism and becomes closer to Léon, feeling an unrequited desire for him.

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Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 21:23

It's quite interesting to see how this film has been received by the critics, as I'd assumed it would receive much less than the critical acclaim it has received. If this is a commercial success, it's a very interesting one. It's not always the sort of film that you enjoy, nor is it for everyone. This is a quiet film, without any major plot or character development. In the opening scene, two people get on a train to go to a military base in France, one is a woman and the other is a man. He has to stay there until they return. But the man does not want to stay, he wants to go home, but is unable to. The film spends most of its time showing the train, and it doesn't really show the soldier much. There's a very slow build up to the end, and there's a lot of information that's left unspoken. It's also worth noting that the film is extremely slow and boring, which is quite unusual for a French film, and certainly rare for a movie from the United States. It's only one of four films by director Serge Nivier. The other three are "The Big Green," "La Revolution" and "Crazy Heart." All of these are long films about people that don't talk much, and have very little action, or the action that's presented in the film. They all contain a subplot about a man who is mentally ill, and he also has a special friendship with the soldier, who is a veteran, and he helps him with his medication, and all of these characters develop throughout the film, and it's all very interesting. If you're looking for a movie that is slow, with a lot of dialogue and dialogue between people that aren't speaking much, you'll probably be bored, but it's still very interesting.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 14:18

A few years ago, the French director Jean-Pierre Jeunet shot the aforementioned The White Ribbon. In doing so, he came across a French woman, who happened to be one of his students. He learned from her that the husband of one of the officers in the Algerian War was killed by a sniper. Jeunet then asked the woman to come to his house and film his work. His wife was only 16, so she decided to become a director. Jeunet knew it would be a risky venture, but he loved her so much, he did not hesitate. A good movie was made. But I'm going to focus on this one, since it is one of the best. It is a portrait of a married man who becomes a single man in the French countryside. A young woman from Marseille helps him, and as she is in the country for a while, he sees a lot of other young women. They begin to fall in love with each other, and he is ready to marry her. The wife's family opposes, and Jeunet thinks he can make a film without them, so he decides to leave the country. The film is shot in the French countryside, with the result being the most beautiful scenery I have ever seen. Jeunet's previous films were "The White Ribbon" and "Belle Epoque", so I was expecting a little more. I did not expect to see a female director, and I did not expect the movie to be so great. This film has everything a great movie needs, a great story, a great score, and a great cast. It is like a painting, the colors are rich and the scene work is beautiful. The atmosphere is perfect. There is also a lot of beauty in the music. I did not see the soundtrack, but I know it is very well done. You can hear a lot of amazing music in this movie, and you can feel it. The acting is also very good. Jean-Pierre Jeunet gives his usual good performance, but this time, he is good enough to make the film his own. Marion Cotillard is really good, but I do not know why she was not nominated for the best actress award. She is amazing in this film, and she is perfect for the part. But of course, the man in the lead role is Jean-Pierre Jeunet. He has a lot of talent, and he is just incredible. He makes you feel like you are in his shoes, and he is a real life teacher, in my opinion. I do not know what other film I could say about Jean-Pierre Jeunet. His style of making a film is a real masterpiece, and I can say that this film is his best work. The film is a good one, but it is not one of his best. The White Ribbon is, in my opinion, a good film. If you like Jean-Pierre Jeunet's style, I recommend it. I rate it 8/10. The White Ribbon is a great film. It is very beautiful, has great acting, music, and a great story. This is a must see film. Go see it, I can't wait for it to come out on DVD. If you like Jean-Pierre Jeunet, you will love this film. If you don't like Jean-Pierre Jeunet, you will not like this film.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 02:50

The movie starts out pretty good, and it had a good storyline. However, once the movie gets into the second half, it gets really confusing. It doesn't really matter, because there are plenty of other movies that have been made that do this exact same story. The characters are just too much, and you really have no idea what's going on. They never really help each other, and it's really hard to care about any of them. The fact that they are all Germans is just distracting. The movie tries to portray the horrors of war, but it's not really the horrors. There are many scenes that have no point, such as the "wounded" prisoners. The director was trying to make the movie about a bunch of people trying to make it through the war, but the problem is that the actors are not even German. They seem to be from an upper class white family. The actors are supposed to be trying to make it through, but it's just another confusing scene that you don't understand. The movie tries to show how humans are like, but the movie doesn't have any depth. It's not really about the people, it's about the war, and the soldiers. The movie has a great scene in the end where the movie tries to show that humans are all alike, but it's just an annoying scene. You don't really understand the characters, the plot, and it's really hard to care about anything in the movie. The ending is kind of weird, but it's good. I like how the movie shows how humans are like, but the movie didn't really try to make the movie about war, or how the war affected them.

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