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Marguerite is a movie starring Catherine Frot, André Marcon, and Michel Fau. It is party day at Marguerite Dumont's castle. She sings wholeheartedly, but terribly out of tune. Marguerite has been living her passion in her own...

Genres
Comedy, Drama, Music
Director
Xavier Giannoli
Starring
André Marcon, Christa Théret, Michel Fau, Catherine Frot

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Drama, Music
Director Xavier Giannoli
Writer Marcia Romano, Xavier Giannoli
Stars André Marcon, Christa Théret, Michel Fau, Catherine Frot
Country Czech Republic, Belgium, France
Also Known As Niesamowita Marguerite, 偉大なるマルグリット, Madame Marguerite oder Die Kunst der schiefen Töne, Madame Marguerite, Marguerite - A tökéletlen hang, Μαργκερίτ
Runtime 2 h 9 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 Paris, 1920s. Marguerite Dumont is a wealthy woman, lover of the music and the opera. She loves to sing for her friends, although she's not a good singer. Both her friends and her husband have kept her fantasy. The problem begins when she decides to perform in front of a real audience.

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 00:37

Sometime in the distant future, a ballet student named Valerie (Alicia Silverstone) travels to Paris to study ballet with the head of the French ballet company, Bertrand Blier (Omar Epps), who plans to create an international ballet with young and talented ballet dancers. One of the dancers in this school is Sophie (Sarah Paulson), who has been training in the classical ballet since she was five years old. She is incredibly talented, but is very private and refuses to speak to anyone about her past. Sophie has a cousin named Marguerite (Sarah Gadon), who has spent her life studying ballet. Marguerite has a secret past and she is willing to do anything to keep it hidden. The ballet school is in disarray and Marguerite has been expelled from the school. The search for Marguerite leads Valerie to the French circus where she meets the older brother of Bertrand Blier (Robert De Niro) and the younger brother of Sophie (Kiefer Sutherland). Sophie discovers a secret that Sophie never told her about the ballet school and has an unexpected love affair with the circus dancer, Sebastian (Thandie Newton). This is a good movie with great performances and great dancing. I have never been a fan of Sean Penn but he was very good in this movie and was very convincing as the powerful and brilliant Marguerite. Alicia Silverstone is very good and sexy and sexy. Sarah Gadon is very sexy as the innocent and beautiful Marguerite. Thandie Newton is very sexy as the young beautiful dancer who is willing to do anything to keep the secret of her past. Robert De Niro is very good as the director of the circus and the leader of the circus who wants to make sure the dance competition is successful. The dance scenes are very well done and are really fun. The music is great. This is an exciting movie. I give it an 8/10.
Tuesday, 12 May 2020 05:07

I watched this film after seeing a few reviewers. There were a few negative reviews here, but overall I really enjoyed the film. I have a bit of a thing for French cinema, so this one appealed to me. It is not the best film I have ever seen, but it is a lot of fun. If you are not familiar with the work of Philippe Petit, then it may be difficult to get into this movie, but I found it a lot of fun. I also found it a little bit creepy, but I think that is part of the whole point of the movie. The other reviewer said it was a bit "too "French", but that is not true. The film was not overly "French" at all. I would say that is the best way to describe it. I also found it hard to get into the characters. I could not understand why a woman would have such an obsession with Petit. He is not the most likable person, but he is not the worst. I also could not understand why Petit is so famous. He is not a famous person in the movie, so I don't think that is why the actress decided to be in the movie. I am guessing that the actress thought that she would be better off being in the movie if she were more famous. I found the movie a lot of fun, but I think that it was not the best film of the year. I think that it is still worth seeing. I think that Petit is a very likable and interesting person. I think that the whole point of the film was to show the effect that death has on people, and that is something that I could not get into the film. I think that it is a good film, but I would not rate it in the top ten of my favorites.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 07:41

Jean-Luc Godard's provocative cinematic meditation on the topic of woman's liberation is both emotionally and intellectually challenging. After a memorable early scene of a man getting a divorce in a police station, we are left with a chilling question: "Is it better to be loved or to be hated?" It's a question that reminds us of the problem of patriarchy and patriarchy's implicit control of the society, and the reason why Godard is so relevant and so interesting. The problem of the cinema is that we are in a world of strong, selfish people. The question of the film is how can we love and be loved? Godard's answer is that we can be loving, and if we try we can find our place in a world of both love and hate. What is meant by this is that the film is a work of art that can tell the story of a woman's world, but it is also a story about love and hate. In other words, it's a work of art that shows the human condition, and if we can find the meaning of love and hate, we can find the meaning of life. The film begins with the story of a man that marries a woman that has a rich culture, and has two children, and that have to take care of their father, and not only for him but also for the mother of his children. The film moves to the character of the woman that marries the man and has a daughter with him. What is the connection between them? What is the reason for their love? Godard presents us with two characters, and it is clear that he has been interested in the subject of this film. The film's most important scene is when the woman gets her divorce. It is a very powerful scene, and the reason why it is so powerful is because it is so unconventional. The woman has to give a speech about how the film's main character feels, and she says that she feels that she is in a movie that is the story of the woman's life, and that she is in love with her father. She also says that the man who marries her is not a person, but is in love with her. Then the woman tells the story of her father and the reasons why he has to take care of his family, and she says that he is in love with his daughter. The reason why Godard is so interesting is because he is able to portray the problem of patriarchy in a very intelligent way. The problem is that the patriarchal society is able to control the life of women, and not only the women's lives, but also the men's lives. The film deals with the idea that love is something that is given, and it is something that has to be earned. It is something that is very difficult, and it is something that cannot be learned. I found this film to be very interesting and, on the other hand, very challenging.


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