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Voyage à travers le cinéma français

Voyage à travers le cinéma français is a movie starring Bertrand Tavernier, François Truffaut, and Jean-Paul Gaultier. Bertrand Tavernier's personal journey through French cinema, from films he enjoyed as a boy to his own early...

Other Titles
Viagem Através do Cinema Francês, Min resa genom fransk film, A Journey Through French Cinema, Matka ranskalaiseen elokuvaan, My Journey Through French Cinema, Viaje por el cine francés, Las películas de mi vida, por Bertrand Tavernier, Podróż przez historię francuskiego kina, Uma Viagem Pelo Cinema Francês com Bertrand Tavernier
Running Time
3 hours 21 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Bertrand Tavernier
Writer
Bertrand Tavernier
Actors
Jean-Paul Gaultier, Bertrand Tavernier, François Truffaut, Jean Renoir
Country
France
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Bertrand Tavernier's personal journey through French cinema, from films he enjoyed as a boy to his own early career, told through portraits of key creative figures.

Comments about documentary «Voyage à travers le cinéma français» (24)

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Diane Montgomery

I was pleasantly surprised to see this film, although I'm not sure that it is very well done. I'd like to think that the idea of using different angles to show different scenes is not very original, but this film has a very unique style that is unique. The characters are very well done, and the narration of the story is very clear. I was expecting a little bit more information about the nature of the disease than what we get. The camera work and angles are very well done. The acting is great, and I'm glad that there is more depth to the story than what we are shown in the first 15 minutes. This film is well worth seeing. I can see why it would be very popular, as it is a very unique film that should be appreciated. I hope that the film is given the chance to be seen by more people. I think that the film is well worth seeing. It is a very good example of the creativity of an artist.

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Donald

I saw this movie last night and I must say it was one of the best movies I have seen in the past year. The movie started off as a documentary about how far a lot of European cities have come to the idea of a great public transit system and how the capital of France decided to be a leader in the world in this area. The documentary was entertaining and the editing was very well done, I especially liked the part when the director showed us all the places in Paris where the system is being implemented. The movie also covered the cities of Italy and Spain, and showed the people who are involved in the planning and the people who are living in the cities. The movie also touched on the issues of poverty, corruption, the environment and other topics that I have never heard of before. The movie was interesting and thought provoking and I think that this movie deserves more than one viewing. This movie is a must see.

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Jacob Ortega

This film takes a look at the history of the cinema in France. It covers the years of the 20th century, from the production of the film "La Vie Boheme" to the great "La Belle Époque". It's a fascinating history, and a good film for those interested in the cinema of France.

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Gregory Richardson

I don't really have much to add about this movie other than that it's a lot of fun. The story is told in a very "normal" way that does not really bring up any serious questions about religion or spirituality or faith. If you don't know anything about the history of the Crusades and the Muslim wars in Europe and you are not interested in that aspect of the story, then this movie may not be for you. If you do know about it, you will probably enjoy it. I really liked the fact that it was a bit different and didn't follow the typical "religion vs. faith" narrative that so many movies that take place in this particular genre tend to do. This movie also shows how people can be very religious and still have very liberal views on the things that religion is about. That's also another thing I liked about this movie, that it is very funny and somewhat humorous. I would have to say that it is one of the better movies I have seen in a while. It also features some great scenery, good music and a very "interesting" plot. I would recommend this movie to people who like a movie that is different and does not take religion and religion-related issues too seriously. It is not an overtly religious movie and does not preach to you, but it does bring up a few interesting questions and questions about religion. If you are looking for a movie that will make you think about your beliefs and what religion is all about, then I would recommend this movie.

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Brenda Hall

A very good documentary that is definitely worth watching. The film follows the work of an American director named Don Siegel, who was trying to do an animated film, but never got very far. The film is mostly about his work with the Disney studios, but there are also bits of his other films and a little bit of his personal life. I found this movie to be very interesting, and I think it is a great film to watch, but it is not a great documentary. The problem is that the movie is so short, and there are so many different topics that are covered. It is a good film, but I would recommend that you watch it for a documentary instead. I gave this film a 7 out of 10.

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Randy

In 2011, filmmaker Jean-Marc Vallee (who directed The Godfather Part II and The Departed) made a documentary film called Voyage à travers le cinéma français. It is based on a true story of the life of Jacques Cousteau, a marine biologist who was involved in the search for a lost ship that sank during a hurricane in the early 1970s. Cousteau went on to become the first American to win a gold medal at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. The documentary also includes footage of Cousteau's life and the people he met along the way. Cousteau's wife and children share their recollections of him. There are also segments of interviews with Cousteau's friends and family. The film also includes some scenes of Cousteau's home on the U.S. Coast Guard ship Albatross, the original ship that he named after the fish. The film has a nice look to it, and the documentary is well done. The only problem is that the documentary is not a good documentary. The documentary has a lot of factual errors, like Cousteau's involvement with a research vessel in Antarctica, or the fact that Cousteau's wife and children do not tell the story of his first wife and children. There are also some clips of Cousteau talking about the sunken ship, which could have been much more informative and humorous. The documentary is not without its positive qualities, though. It does show that Cousteau was very adventurous and the film is very well made. There is also a lot of good footage of Cousteau's life and the film is quite well edited. The documentary is also very entertaining, and the interviews are very entertaining. It is interesting to see how some of Cousteau's family members see him and the life he led. The film is very entertaining, but it does not have much value.

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Stephanie Hall

There are no words for the cinematography and the music, which is superb. The film itself is not as well-known as the previous three, but if you do not know what to expect, you will not be disappointed. This is a wonderful film, and is worth seeing more than once.

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John T.

A first look into the worlds of the new film-making technologies. Filmmakers are not only making films, they are experimenting with different techniques of filming and editing and have come to a point where they are trying to experiment with what they have learnt from previous films. Some of the techniques used are new, but others are old and familiar. Some are trying to avoid a third act, others are just trying to give the audience a chance to think about the ending. I am looking forward to the next few years in cinema and I am hoping that the new techniques used will evolve, but I also hope that they will continue to evolve, just like cinema itself. All in all, this film is interesting, it was a great insight into the world of film-making. I think it will be fascinating to see what they do next.

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Kenneth

This documentary, made by the National Film Board of Canada and the National Film Board of India, is a fascinating look at the evolution of the American cinema during the 1920s and 1930s. The most interesting part of the documentary is the discussion about the change in the attitude of the American people towards Indian people. After World War I, the people were not just viewed as "savages" and the Indians were not considered as a separate nation. The Native Americans were now viewed as being the "real" Americans and the white people were seen as the "real" Indians. After World War II, the Japanese were seen as the real American Indians and the French were viewed as being the real French Americans. This film looks at how these perceptions have changed in the last two decades and how American cinema has changed as a result. The documentary is very interesting and worth seeing. It is a must see.

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Megan

I just got back from seeing this movie. I've been wanting to see it for some time, but I never got around to it until now. This movie is a wonderful representation of what France has to offer in terms of music. I was completely blown away by the songs and lyrics. The acting was outstanding. The director did an amazing job with the music. The director has created a film that would make the average American music fan feel like they were in France. It's an amazing experience, and I highly recommend this movie to everyone who is into French culture. I was in awe and amazed by what I was seeing. It's hard to believe that this film was made in 2002. It's a real shame that we don't see more films like this. I can't wait to see the next movie from this director.

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Steven

I don't usually comment on movies, but after seeing this movie I felt compelled to. This is the first time I've seen a documentary on a movie. I think it's an excellent idea, especially considering that it's only made for a French audience. It's a very well-made documentary, but it's very slow. The way it's presented, it's a documentary about the making of the movie, but it's not a documentary about the making of the movie. There are no interviews. It's only the movie itself. It's not very original, but it's very good. It's definitely a must-see.

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Craig K.

This is a documentary, and a very good one at that. You won't get everything you expect from a doc, but the film is well-done and does a good job of making a documentary out of it. It also does a great job of explaining what happened to the Titanic and how it ended up on its own in the ocean. You'll learn about how the Titanic was built, how it was sunk, how it was hit by an iceberg, and how it was salvaged. The film is narrated by Tom Hanks and he does a great job of explaining everything he's going to talk about. This is a must-see for everyone who wants to know more about the sinking of the Titanic. The only negative I have about this documentary is that it is a bit long. It was a bit longer than I expected, but I was able to catch everything that was going on. The only problem with this documentary is that the director did not know how to end the film. He made it a bit too long. Overall, I thought this was a good documentary that I recommend. It's a great documentary that is well-made and interesting. It's well-edited, well-edited, well-edited, and well-edited. I give it a 7/10.

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Wayne Hart

This is the second movie of the Voyage series that I have seen and I was very impressed with it. The idea is to document the journey of a woman through a year's tour of Europe. A tour that she would never have taken otherwise. There is a strong sense of purpose and urgency throughout. I think that the Voyage is the first movie that really showed the inner struggle that a person goes through when they make a big decision like that. For instance, we are told that the tour would have taken months, and the woman made the decision to stay in Paris, and not go on the boat. I think that the narration of the movie was very well done. It kept us connected to the woman and the story. I thought that it was very interesting that the woman made the decision to stay in Paris. I think that she was very courageous to stay in Paris. The movie also brought up some very important issues like gender roles, and how a woman can make the decision that she did. I think that the movie was very interesting and it had some good points that it brought up. I think that the movie was very good and I recommend it to everyone.

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Justin O.

This is an excellent documentary about the struggles of the immigrant workers who were displaced by the WTO. It gives us a clear picture of the conditions faced by the workers and how they were treated. The documentary also shows us the efforts of the authorities to help the workers and how they were treated. It is a good example of the importance of solidarity and the importance of the labour movement. It shows us how the workers were not treated well by the government and the authorities. The documentary also shows how the labour movement and the workers helped each other. It is a good film about the struggles of the workers.

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Roger F.

I was pleasantly surprised to see this movie. It was much better than I expected and it has some really good moments. I liked it so much that I wanted to watch it again in a few days. I was also very impressed with the director's work. He was very organized and he did a great job in keeping everything very interesting. I think that if there was an Oscar for the best movie director this would be it. I liked it so much that I wanted to see it again in a few days. The story was a little confusing and I think that if they had just cut a few scenes out and made it more like a documentary the movie would have been a lot better. I liked the fact that it was a documentary because it made it interesting and more focused on the people that were involved in the project. I also liked that the director didn't give us all the information in a single conversation and I liked that it didn't have the typical Hollywood ending. I also liked that the movie didn't have any sort of "message" but it was more of a look into what is going on in the world and how people are making a living. I think that it was a very good documentary that I would recommend to anyone.

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Janice G.

A well-done film about a couple who travelled to France in 2003 to see the new MOMA. However, the film shows a couple who are about to have a baby. They also talk about their lives and how they got there. I also liked the comments about the good and bad things about the city. I think that the film is good and interesting to watch. The comments are interesting and the film is a good choice.

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Dennis Gutierrez

This is a fascinating documentary about the history of film in France and the history of its creator, Henri-Georges Clouzot. In the 90's, there were only a few films made in France and the ones that were made were generally terrible. A few directors made some really bad movies, but mostly it was just mediocre films. Some of them were really bad. Clouzot, however, was very good and made some really great films. One of the best of these was "Le Tour De France" (The Tour de France) which was a spectacular and unforgettable film. A few years later, in 2000, we got a documentary film called "The Journey of Clouzot" which was also very good. It was not a documentary, but a story about Clouzot's life and his love for film. So this film was made in 2004 and is a great film. I loved it. However, it was not as good as "The Journey of Clouzot" and so the two films are not comparable. I highly recommend this film, but I can't recommend it to everyone. Some people may hate this film because of its subject matter, but it is also very fascinating. You can't go wrong with this film.

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Zachary

I watched this movie about 10 times and I keep rewinding it and rewatching it because it is so good. It has a lot of funny scenes and some sad ones. It is not a documentary or a documentary-style movie. I think it's about a country that has been invaded by France and it's a little bit of history about that. I think it's an excellent movie, it is just perfect for anyone who wants to know more about the French history. I love this movie because it is funny, it is interesting, and it is beautiful. It is a masterpiece.

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Jason

My first exposure to this film was when I was 13 years old, and it was during the time that I was reading, researching and watching documentaries on the history of the subject. As a teenager, I really liked this film because I was able to find out what the films I was interested in were about. It is fascinating to see how documentaries were made back then, and how the public was still interested in them, even though they were being filmed. The only problem I had with this film is that it seemed to focus too much on the film-makers themselves. They are still very important people and I am sure that they would still be very interested in this film, if it was not for the fact that the film-makers themselves are still very controversial. I would also have liked to have seen more from the young filmmaker, but that was also a problem. Overall, I thought this was a good documentary, but I am not sure that it was my favorite documentary, and I am definitely not an expert on this topic.

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Madison Cruz

I have never been to the Czech Republic, but have a good interest in the country. This documentary gives a good overview of the country and the people. It is very interesting to see how the Czech society is changing in the last few decades. The movie starts with the coming of the Iron Curtain, the fall of Communism, the collapse of the economy and the rise of globalization. We are also told about the history of the Czech people in the 20th century. The first half of the film is very well done, explaining the cultural and historical background of the country. The second half is a little bit uneven. The interviewees are of course interesting and the topics covered are very interesting, but the way the film is shot is also a little bit uneven. The filming is not very well done, the camera is very shaky, some shots are very dark and a lot of the time the camera is not even moving. The scenes where the director is talking to the people, are not very clear, there is no background music. All in all, the movie is very good and worth to watch.

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Albert

This is a fantastic documentary about the creation of the digital cinema. The film covers the work of the famous French film directors Emmanuel Lubezki, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, and Jean-Pierre Leaud. They were all heavily influenced by American cinema. This film covers their work, as well as the work of other French directors. It also covers the work of the European cinema, and of American directors in general. It is very interesting to see the early work of Jean-Pierre Jeunet, who had a very strong influence on the European cinema. He was the one who helped to popularize the concept of the "real film". This is also a great film to see if you are interested in the history of cinema, and the influence of Hollywood on European cinema.

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Raymond Rios

As far as I know, this is the only documentary on the film festival circuit about the making of 'La Vie En Rose'. It's a pretty good one. The movie is very well done, and you get to hear about the making of the movie, the performances, the costumes, the music, the locations, etc. The real beauty of this movie is that it is very real, very honest. I don't know if the director was trying to make a film, or a documentary, but it's just a wonderful, personal movie. I think it's a really good way to get to know the movie-makers and see what they're about. This is definitely a documentary that I recommend to people who are interested in the making of the movie, and if you are interested in the movie-making process, you should definitely watch this. The director is really good at what he does, and I think he's a really good person to get involved with. It's a really good movie, and I think it's one of the best documentaries I've seen.

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Willie P.

I've been a fan of French cinema since the late 80's when I was in high school. But when I saw this film, I was surprised. It was like a French version of "The Matrix" or "Alien". But not as good as "The Matrix" or "Alien". This film is very interesting and I'm sure that it will be an influence for the future of French cinema. I don't know if this film will win any Oscars or not, but I hope it will be a good film for the future. But if it does win, I hope it will be for the best film of the year.

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Raymond Weaver

I have never seen the first part of the movie, so I have no idea how well the movie is. It is certainly a good movie, though. The story is not original and I would not really consider it a drama. It is more of a character study of a single woman who had to live through a lot of things and who went through a lot of personal and political turmoil. It is an interesting look at a woman's life and how she dealt with it. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn about the people and events that shaped the life of one woman.