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La disparition des lucioles is a movie starring Karelle Tremblay, Pierre-Luc Brillant, and François Papineau. A frustrated teenager frees herself from her mother's influence and her narrow life in a small industrial town to find out...

Genres
Drama
Director
Sébastien Pilote
Starring
François Papineau, Karelle Tremblay, Marie-France Marcotte, Pierre-Luc Brillant

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Genres Drama
Director Sébastien Pilote
Writer Sébastien Pilote
Stars François Papineau, Karelle Tremblay, Marie-France Marcotte, Pierre-Luc Brillant
Country Canada
Also Known As The Fireflies Are Gone, さよなら、退屈なレオニー
Runtime 1 h 36 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 frustrated teenager frees herself from her mother's influence and her narrow life in a small industrial town to find out who she really is.

Top reviews

Monday, 18 May 2020 12:28

The French director Pierre Chirac has a kind of mesmerising quality about him that I find impossible to describe. His films are always intriguing and strangely mesmerizing. In his most recent film, the peculiar, unsettling and sometimes disturbing film, The Souvenirs of a Serial Killer (2015), Chirac takes his usual subject of serial killers, the sadistic killer, and places it into a modern day setting in Paris. The theme of this film is so dark and mysterious that it never really fully engages the viewer, and the film becomes a bit boring at times. In spite of this, the film has a powerful emotional and dramatic message about how society deals with serial killers. The acting is superb by the entire cast, but I have to mention the performance by the young actress, a former star of some French television series, played by Sophie Harel. Her acting is so very convincing that it is difficult to believe that she is only 15. I'm going to have to see this film again to see the character development of her character. She is brilliant. I was also impressed by the actor, Bruno Schulz, who plays the role of the mother, who is a very demanding character, but has a nice and warm character. The director has also created some beautiful cinematography and camera movements. The cinematography and camera movements are perfect, but the film is very slow and the story doesn't have a strong story to it. The screenplay is weak and the narrative is unclear. Overall, The Souvenirs of a Serial Killer is a good film that I recommend you to see. It is quite disturbing and strange, but it is still very powerful. I recommend this film to people who are looking for a film with a good story and strong characters.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 13:41

I think this is the best French film I've ever seen. It's a simple story about an 18-year-old girl and her father's relationship. The father is a violent man, so much so that his daughter doesn't trust him and doesn't want to be with him. When she finds out about his violent behavior, she decides to leave her home, and so she goes to live with a family in another town. The family is a middle-class family, but they are so poor that they are in trouble because their son has an untreated drinking problem. When the father is not at home, the daughter doesn't know what to do and she feels alone and afraid. The daughter begins to wonder about her own father, and she has an idea about how to find him. The father doesn't understand what is going on and tries to get her to leave. The daughter doesn't leave and tries to get the family to understand her. In the end, the father tells his daughter that he will get a good job and he will not hurt her again. I like the ending, because the father wants to get his daughter out of the situation he is in, and the daughter knows that she has to leave. I like that the father doesn't understand what is going on and so she says to him, "My father is a very angry man and he is not a good father". She tells him that she will leave and she will be happy to find a better father. I like the way the father doesn't understand that his daughter has a problem, and she says to him, "My father doesn't understand that I have a problem". It's a beautiful ending. I give this a 10/10.


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