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Ver Polina, danser sa vie

Polina, danser sa vie is a movie starring Anastasia Shevtsova, Veronika Zhovnytska, and Juliette Binoche. A young girl studies classical ballet. As a young woman she turns to modern dance and choreography.

Genres
Drama
Director
Valérie Müller, Angelin Preljocaj
Starring
Aleksey Guskov, Juliette Binoche, Veronika Zhovnytska, Anastasia Shevtsova

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Genres Drama
Director Valérie Müller, Angelin Preljocaj
Writer Valérie Müller, Bastien Vives
Stars Aleksey Guskov, Juliette Binoche, Veronika Zhovnytska, Anastasia Shevtsova
Country France
Also Known As ポリーナ、私を踊る, Polina, Polina: Ο χορός είναι η ζωή μου
Runtime 1 h 48 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 SPOILER: A young girl from a modest Russian family studies classical ballet. After many difficulties, she succeeds as a young woman to enter the prestigious Bolchoi. However she turns to modern dance, then improvisation, then choreography. The movie includes beautiful dances from acclaimed choreographer Angelin Preljocaj.

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Friday, 05 Jun 2020 03:53

Walking away from this film I felt the need to add that "Dolores Claiborne" is my favorite film of the year. It is, in fact, my favorite film of all time. I'm sorry to say that the moment you think you have seen it all, the next scene will take you to a whole other level. This film takes the form of a series of vignettes. Each of these vignettes are completely unique and quite powerful. "Dolores Claiborne" is a character study of a woman who lives on a hilltop in a small Texas town. She is a gatherer, a woman who does not work, but collects. She has a vision and a dream. Her dreams involve a pair of bright blue eyes that are not attached to any of the parts of the body. She has a strong sense of honor and does not tolerate evil or corruption. She is a woman who loves her family, her friends and her job. She is the type of woman who would never give up. She lives for her job and her family. In the end of the day, she would rather be left alone than let her family suffer for her. This is a woman who, despite her sense of honor, would do anything to make her family happy. That's why she is so strong. She has a dream and a vision and she is not afraid to go to any length to get it. That's why I say this is a character study of a woman who lives on a hilltop. This film is quite possibly the best film of the year. Everything about it is great. The story, the cinematography, the music, the acting. The reason I say this is that there are two very good things about this film: 1) the vignettes and 2) the main character. Anne Hathaway is a great actress. I am not quite sure that I can pick out her role in this film. However, I can say that her performance was great. She is not the type of woman who would like to be loved by anyone but herself. She is so strong and courageous. She is a woman who is able to do anything she sets her mind to. It's like she is made of steel. She is strong and strong, and yet she loves and cares for everyone in her life. She knows when to stop and when to fight. It's a bit strange to me that I've never really liked her in any of the films she has done. In this film, she plays a very different type of character. She is the strong woman who is strong and yet she is the kind of woman who has never once been hurt or harmed. She is, in a way, the antithesis of a woman who has never been hurt or harmed. She never even breaks a bone. She never has any pain. She is never afraid. She never gives in. I like this film a lot. I don't know what it is about the film that's so powerful. I can't put my finger on it. All I know is that I love it. I love Anne Hathaway's performance and I love the character she plays. It's a strong film that you will have to see. It's worth seeing. It is not a film that you can watch in the theatre. You should see it on DVD.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 16:08

Gilles Gainsbourg was quite a great actor. He is famous in France for playing a very dark and twisted character in certain films, such as the "House of Death", the "Amadeus" or "A Hanging" films. He was also very popular in the U.S. for his role as the Joker in the Dark Knight trilogy. But he was also popular in Europe for his role in the great drama "The Golden Years", which had a very interesting plot. The Golden Years is a story about the struggle of a small-time business man, who has to struggle to keep his family together, despite the death of his father. His daughter, a lesbian, is dying from cancer. She had lived in this country for years and she knew the family secrets. Her father had a secret. He had been a womanizer and the children who are left to take care of him can't live with the truth. One of the things that really works in the Golden Years is the acting of the two children. Because their acting is so natural and the story is so interesting, I think the actors in this film did a very good job. And the story is definitely a winner. It is about a man who is struggling with his own hidden secrets, and trying to keep the family together despite the death of his father. I'm not sure how it got into the U.S. because the same family secrets are shown in the U.K. It seems that the original French version is still available in U.S. but unfortunately I haven't seen it. But I recommend this film to all actors who want to do a great film, like Gainsbourg or Andre Benjamin. I recommend this film to people who are tired of watching the same old Hollywood films. It's an interesting story about a man who is trying to keep his family together and is probably the best thing that has happened to French film in the past couple of years. The Golden Years has been nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Foreign Film. It also won the BAFTA for Best Film. (See my list of Best Films of 2003.)
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 00:18

Happened on Netflix. Determining what the film is about is a bit difficult. I know there is a film about the streets of Paris and the inhabitants, but I have no idea what that is about. To be fair, I never heard of this film before watching it, so it was pretty much a case of me finding it and not knowing what it was about, and then deciding to watch it. The film is about a girl, Bethany, whose family was destroyed by the Nazis and she and her sister survived the war on a bus. Bethany is a Jewish girl who is afraid of living in the shadow of her relatives, because she knows they were probably killed by the Nazis, and also she does not feel accepted in her own family because she is Jewish. She comes to live with her friend, Rachel, who is Jewish. Their lives are completely changed by the arrival of her father. Bethany, like her mother, finds herself in a mess. Her sister's death was very hard for her. The father, Mr. Hader, is a strange man, he doesn't fit in with Bethany and Rachel. He spends most of his time on the bus, playing cards and doing other things that are considered more important than anything else. He is a nice man, but he's not a family man. He keeps making Bethany and Rachel afraid that she will be discovered by the Nazis and the rest of her family will be killed. The more she tries to fit in, the more the father keeps insisting on keeping her away from everyone, and the more Bethany starts to doubt if she can live without her family. The film seems to say that the father is crazy. He makes Bethany feel the same way he does and forces her to live in fear. It is a very important film because the father is the thing that keeps her from feeling comfortable in her own family. I feel like the film was very strong because it is a female-oriented film, so it is hard for a male viewer to relate to the film. The performances are really good. Bethany is so good, she plays a very tough role, but she's also vulnerable and sad and she does not understand what is going on in her life. Rachel is also a good actress, but she doesn't seem to understand what is going on in her life. The father is also a good character, but I feel like he doesn't fit in with the story. He plays the role of the good guy and the bad guy and it just doesn't seem right. The father seems like he is trying to be a good person but is really hurting Bethany. It is a very strong film, but I can't say it was one of my favorites.


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