فيلم L'avenir


L'avenir is a movie starring Isabelle Huppert, André Marcon, and Roman Kolinka. A philosophy teacher soldiers through the death of her mother, getting fired from her job, and dealing with a husband who is cheating on her.

Other Titles
未来よ こんにちは, Ateitis, Le cose che verranno, Tämän jälkeen, Dagen efter denna, Sve što dolazi, Az eljövendő napok, Alles was kommt, The Future, Dagen i morgen, Mitä tuleman pitää, L'Avenir, Co przynosi przyszłość, El porvenir, O Que Está Por Vir, Things to Come, Ce va aduce viitorul, Το μέλλον, 愛情未來, Gelecek Günler
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
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Mia Hansen-Løve
Mia Hansen-Løve
André Marcon, Roman Kolinka, Edith Scob, Isabelle Huppert
France, Germany
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اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A philosophy teacher soldiers through the death of her mother, getting fired from her job, and dealing with a husband who is cheating on her.

Comments about drama «L'avenir» (24)

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Hannah Walsh

Perhaps one of the most romantic movies I have ever seen. The movie is about a man, a poet, who takes a vow to never write a poem, until he finds an old lady in the back of the shop who is a poet. She begs him to write a poem. The film is also about a young poet who is always in search of a muse. One day, he meets a young woman who is a muse. He is both smitten and bemused, as he writes the poem. A small twist of fate takes him back to his muse. The film has a lot of beautiful moments, and the final scene is very romantic. The only real drawback is that the ending is very simple, and some parts are not all that necessary. The only good point about the movie is that it is very romantic.

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In one sense, this is an interesting film, and the performances are good. It's also a deeply tragic film, with one of the most traumatic scenes I've ever seen in a movie. But it's also an unusually subtle film. It's a movie of images, not of plot. The story is a very simple one: a young man with a strange name and a very odd accent goes to a strange island to get a new job. He's not supposed to get a job, and he doesn't even know it. He just goes there and gets the job. The island is strange, and they don't allow visitors. He does get the job, and finds out that the island has a very disturbing past. I won't spoil it, but it is incredibly disturbing, and I don't recommend this film for anyone who likes violent films, or for anyone who enjoys a good plot. It's a masterpiece of the modernist cinema, but it's very hard to tell what exactly it is, because there are no clear ends to the film. There are no villains, and the most powerful scene is only hinted at, and is presented as if it were obvious. The film was made in 1985, and it's in the golden years of French cinema, with films like "Le Divan" and "La Vie En Rose". I love the style of these films, the way they're so beautifully made. But it's not an easy style to work with. This film could be a masterpiece, but the director really doesn't know how to tell a story. And that's one of the things that makes it so disturbing. It is also very well photographed, but it's hard to see why this film is very different from the other films of the era. It is very weird. There's a lot of philosophical ideas in it, but it's not so deep. It's difficult to understand it. The way it's presented, it's very strange and obscure, and that makes it very difficult to understand. And it's difficult to tell what the film is trying to be.

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Larry W.

This movie is a masterpiece. The cinematography is fantastic, the music is really very good, and the acting is top notch. The story is very simple. This is not a film about any kind of crime or corruption, it is a story about human behavior and human relationships. It shows how easy it is to fall in love. How easily you can fall in love with someone you don't know and how much pain and pain you can go through to get it. It shows how you can be so stupid to love someone you don't even know, but then you are so happy and that makes you crazy. You will laugh when you are not supposed to, cry when you should. It is not like that in real life. It shows how people have no limits and what you think is wrong, you cannot think of anything else but what you feel. I was so surprised to see that the guy who plays the main character does not know how to act, it is like he is not able to act at all. I was very impressed with this film. It is a must see for everyone.

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I've watched this film twice, and I think it was a good film. It has a very decent cast and it is well written. It has a few slow parts, but that is to be expected in a film like this. I think that the film was definitely worth watching, and I don't think it is an obvious one. If you are interested in something that takes you to a different realm, or that you will want to revisit, then I think you should give this film a watch. But I also think that this is a movie that you will enjoy watching and I do think that it is worth watching. It does leave you with a lot of questions, but I think that the answers are just as interesting as the questions. It was really well-written, I think, and I think that the actors did an excellent job with what they were given. They all did a good job in their roles and I thought that the film was well-acted. The only thing that I did not like was that there were some parts where the camera was too shaky, but other than that, I thought that it was a really good film.

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Frances Cooper

It's been said by many, that Benigni's version of this story was not really Franco's, and that's a great shame, because the story is not only beautiful, but the direction is also superb. The story tells of a young girl who's father is dead, and has left her for a friend. Her mother has left the house and is staying with a woman who is a widow. As soon as she finds out that the friend is a doctor, she flees the house and goes to the friend's house. After this she discovers that the doctor is the same as the man who died years ago, and the woman who's house the woman who's husband is living in is also hers. It's a story about an old woman, who has lived in a house for many years, and who has found a secret that's been hidden in the house. The story of how the old woman and her daughter found out, is just amazing. The atmosphere and the music is incredible, and I really recommend this film.

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Benjamin Green

This is a fine film. The performances of all the cast members are superb, with a particularly standout performance by the actress Anna Netrebko. The story is very compelling and will leave you with a good feeling in the end. I felt that it had been effectively paced, keeping the film moving along at a good pace, and to the point. There is not much to complain about, as this is one of the best films I have seen this year. And it is a fantastic film. It does not live up to the best of the years best, and I would recommend that you see it on a big screen. I'm also surprised to see that the score is so poor. The score was in keeping with the film, and made it feel more like a movie. I also feel that this film does not have a great deal of a story, and is in fact a film for the whole family to enjoy. It is also great for the little ones to watch. It is a great film, but I would not recommend it for the younger ones, due to the content. It is a wonderful film, and should be seen.

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Vincent F.

Having read some of the other comments and considered the movies version of this French classic, I felt compelled to weigh in. Yes, the film was a disaster. The movie was bad. The dialogue was inane, the acting was lame, the music was silly, the pacing was ludicrous. Why did they even bother to make it? The acting was horrendous. This is a movie with great acting talent. This movie was full of tired, tired, tired attempts at subtlety. The writer and director really must have known they were making a big mistake when they kept repeating it, over and over. It's like the entire movie is a compilation of scenes which never could be made coherent. I have no idea how it got to the screen. If you can find it, do yourself a favor and avoid it. You won't miss anything. There is only one good scene: the opening credits.

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The year is 1998, and the protagonists are three men, (known as "Doves") an ambitious journalist, a hot-headed businessman, and a rich but disillusioned accountant. For the most part, the film focuses on the relationship between the three men. The journalist, Fortunato (Elias Iscariot), is a journalist who is trying to make his way in the world, while the businessman, Giovanni (Antonio) is a businessman that has lost all sense of reality and the accountant, Isabella (Maria Rodolfo), is an accountant that is desperate to find happiness. However, they are surrounded by the turmoil of their respective families and the two are caught in a moral and spiritual dilemma. When the "Doves" begin to display a prophetic, and not entirely unexpected, insight into the future, the story becomes more personal and believable. One of the best aspects of the film is the manner in which the "Doves" express their life-world. For instance, they call Fortunato "Doves," and Giovanni refers to himself as "Doves." This reflects the way in which the "Doves" have defined their self-definition, and by doing so, show how their life-world is completely different from theirs. It also suggests that one has to move past one's childhood self-identity, and one must live one's life as one perceives it. The film also shows the irony that is present in all of our lives. When the "Doves" speak about a "true love" for their family, they are not referring to a romantic love, but rather a transcendental love. These "Doves" do not want to live life as their families do, but rather as they see it. It is their choice, and they will live the life they want to live. In conclusion, I think that "The Doves" is an interesting and sometimes beautiful film about life, love, and self-definition. It is a film that I would recommend to anyone interested in philosophy or the philosophy of life.

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Stephanie E.

I liked this film a lot. It was good, it had good acting and it had a good plot. I would recommend this film to anyone. I think people who like comedy should like this film. This film was good and it was funny. It was a movie that would have been good even if it was the original French film. It was a very good film. I recommend it to anyone. I think it is a good film.

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Emma D.

Annette Bening is a good actress, so it's no surprise that she turns in a good performance as a woman who becomes obsessed with her husband's (Jean-Claude Van Damme) overbearing father. Even better is the performances of Patrick Bergin and Eric Lively, two of the best Belgian actors alive. But the real surprise is that the film does not play out like a typical French-Belgian film, with an intelligent plot and a plot line which keeps you interested. It is a drama, and like any good one, it will keep you thinking for days after you have seen it. I was not entirely surprised by the ending, which is a typical German-Belgian plot, but I did not think it was gratuitous. The ending, with a huge army of soldiers on the outskirts of the city, was effective, and it made me wonder what would have happened if the army had stormed into the house. The scene with the camera in the attic of the house and the shot of the lights coming on made me think that maybe the plot would have worked out if the army had not come in, but they did. The ending, along with the scene with the couple in the swimming pool, seemed to be a clever way of turning a tragic plot into a happy one. The ending is what I would have liked to have seen, but it was well-executed.

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Brian S.

It seems to me that much of what is said about this film is true. It is an interesting and sensitive film, very well done and very enjoyable. If it is a film about a man who feels that his life has been reduced by his fellow men to a shadow, a shadow which is only going to be reduced by a further social revolution, then it has achieved a great deal. There is a real depth and subtlety to the film. I can't think of one aspect of the film which I didn't like or feel that it didn't reach. The actors, the photography, the editing, the score - it all adds up to an excellent film, and I can't recommend it highly enough.

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This is a film about an employee at a bank who works for a high-level manager, who is now an important man in his country. He is married to a woman who is still a virgin, and they have a child. At this time, he is a trusted employee who works for a bank in Paris. In a day, he is given a call from the bank manager, who decides that he is to resign. This is a powerful film. You can feel the coldness and greed that makes the rich get richer. A man with no talent and no money is forced to work as a chauffeur, working for a rich client who wants to be able to give his son a good education. And when you think about it, you can see that the rich man and the rich man's son are always together. The film is very good, the performances are good, and there are many moments where you can laugh. This is a film that I recommend to people who like movies about life and work.

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Michael B.

I am surprised that this movie is not rated higher on IMDb. There is something about this movie that resonates with me, despite being a well-made, well-acted movie. I am not sure if it's because I am French, but I felt that I could relate to the movie even if I have not been to France. Maybe I am just more sensitive than most people, but the emotions that the characters are feeling are very real and visceral to me. I've seen a lot of movies about relationships and all kinds of family issues. But I've never seen one that was so real and so powerful to me. When we look at the main characters, we see them as we would look at ourselves, and they see us as they would see themselves. There is no comparison. I would say that this movie is worth watching.

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Judy Carpenter

This is one of those movies that is so intense in its intensity that you will have to be really, really numb to get through it. It is like a roller coaster of intense feeling and intensity and feeling. The first two thirds of the movie are, again, very intense and the last third is, of course, even more intense. The movie has great cinematography and the music fits the mood and atmosphere very well. The script is very powerful, the pace is very slow, the characters are realistic and, for me, very well-acted. The two women are very believable and very strong. In addition, the man's sexuality is a little bit weak, but, again, I don't think this is a big problem. I think that the women are the strongest in the movie. I found it very interesting that, in the beginning, the man is also the weakest, which was also very real and also very interesting. And, as you can see, the movie is very intense in its intensity. I recommend this movie to anyone who is, at least, in his/her twenties. 7/10

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Howard Williams

The French director of "Carmen" and "Crimenel" (the latter being the French equivalent of "Gone with the Wind") made his directorial debut with this film, based on a play by Claude Chabrol. It is a movie that takes place in the mid-eighties, in the country of Bretagne, in northern France. It tells the story of a group of middle aged people, some of them working as taxi drivers, who suddenly find themselves embroiled in a bizarre sexual love triangle involving two men and a woman. The movie is a little too long, the ending is a bit of a letdown, but Chabrol's story is so well told and acted, that it still manages to be a very entertaining movie. Recommended.

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There is a lot to like about this movie, the characters, the storyline and the setting, but the acting was a bit wooden. I found Michael Fassbender's character to be a bit too idealistic. He really does seem to be a hopeless romantic, who is all of a sudden given a chance to get together with a prostitute he is addicted to. All the other characters were wooden too. I also felt the movie was a bit too slow, and I felt it was a bit too drawn out. I thought it could have used some more editing, because the pacing was a bit slow, and the film was not without some laughs.

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This is a good drama, if you don't expect it to be anything special, you will probably like it. The characters are very well developed, and although there is a few scenes that are probably contrived, they are not much more than that. The story is, as most people who see this will have read, a story about an unnamed gay man. This man is a famous painter and composer in the city of Nice. He is having problems with the wife of his best friend, and is facing an affair with a lady. The painter is plagued by a mental problem, and is sent to the mental institution. At the end of the story, we learn that he is going to be released from his mental institution in two days, so he has a very difficult time to get over this incident. I liked the atmosphere of the mental institution, which is very different from what we are used to in a movie. The characters are very well developed, and the actors are good, although some of them may be a little over the top. It is a great movie to see. I recommend this movie to people who are interested in this subject.

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Theresa Perkins

I have not seen the movie so I can not judge the movie based on this. But it's very important to watch this movie as this will make you reflect about your life. I liked this movie because it's a simple story and you don't have to think about things. If you watch this movie, you will think about your life and maybe you will realize that you have some kind of a problem. As I was watching the movie I started thinking about my life, what I had done and how I had got to where I was. I am sure that you will have the same thoughts, it's not a question that you can't understand.

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I saw this movie on DVD with my girlfriend, and we both thoroughly enjoyed it. It has a very rich and interesting setting and many of the characters are well developed. I had read several reviews on this film, and one review that was the most disturbing was written by a man who stated that it was a form of pornography and therefore he would never watch it again. I don't think that is the case, though, because the movie has a much deeper meaning and purpose than that. This movie shows how we view things and what we think of as reality. The movie gives us a little history lesson and gives us a little lesson in morality. This is a film that could be called a classic, and I would love to see a second version of this film on DVD. It is a very good film, but one that I believe everyone should see at least once.

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Olivia Mitchell

Dakar and his family are starving in the wake of the coup. His father was an army officer in the coup and he was killed. Dakar has been a social worker for many years, but now he finds himself out of work. The social worker also has a son in the army, who has become a leftist. Dakar wants to go to France to find a job, but he does not know how to get there. Dakar finds a job as a housekeeper at the home of a rich family. However, Dakar's socialist tendencies lead him to use his position as a housekeeper to try to get a job. He learns about the poor and how they live in this country, and he tries to help. His attempts to get a job are not successful, so he begins to take action to help the poor. He is able to get a job at a day care center. He also tries to convince a mechanic to join him in his social work work. It is a very good film about social work. However, I found it to be a bit of a bore. I found the social work work to be quite boring. However, I do recommend this film.

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My take is that this is a good film, but one that isn't necessarily for everyone. There are some scenes that are very hard to watch. I understand the need to make the film seem more realistic. However, it is very hard to watch. The violence is often too graphic to see, and the scenes of the inmates tortured are very hard to watch. It also has a very cliched ending. It is hard to not compare this to another film of this type, and it is not at all like "Sixth Sense" in any way. I did enjoy this film, but I do not think it is going to be the next "Schindler's List".

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Anna S.

If you're the kind of person who thinks "autopsy" is too weird, this is not the film for you. This is a film about a psychological process. In fact, it's about the perils of isolation, and of depression and hopelessness. It's about a self-destructive urge to burn your house down, and not only to burn it down, but to burn your soul and yourself. It's about an almost-completely-un-recognized affliction, but one that is all too common. To say that you should see it is to say that you should see it, and only the kind of person who can handle movies like "autopsy" should see it.

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Linda W.

There are many ways to convey the feeling of loneliness and isolation, but the writer has to be in the right place. That's why the mystery, as well as the fear of missing the small details of the wife's past, is so important. For the viewer, it's almost impossible to explain this. A friend of mine had already told me about this, but this is something more than a mystery. I won't tell you what it is, but just watch the film. I have to admit that I felt quite lonely, while I was watching it, especially the scenes with the director and his wife. But the character of the photographer who's probably the most interesting, is also the most hidden. It's probably the most interesting part of the film. For me, it's the moment when the story goes from good to bad, when it makes a choice, a decision to be judged by the viewers, to be judged by the audience. It's a choice between happiness and happiness. I don't know if it's a moral, but it is a decision. And that's why I think it's so important. Even if it is to be known, that the director has already given his word. The movie isn't perfect. Some of the lines are unnecessary. And it's too much of a coincidence when the whole movie starts with the scene of the divorce and ends with the story of the photographer. But all in all, I would recommend this movie.

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The film was really good. And I saw it the first day it came out, so maybe I missed some good parts of the movie, but it was really good. I like it a lot and I give it 7 out of 10.