فيلم Pupille


Pupille is a movie starring Sandrine Kiberlain, Gilles Lellouche, and Élodie Bouchez. Theo was born an unwanted child. The social services set out to find the perfect home for his adoption.

Other Titles
Kudikis, In Safe Hands, In sicheren Händen, Em boas mãos, En buenas manos, Em Boas Mãos, Wymarzony, Pupille - In mani sicure, Be'Yada'yim Tovot, Les champs de fleurs, I trygga händer, I trygge hænder
Running Time
1 hours 50 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jeanne Herry
Jeanne Herry
Élodie Bouchez, Olivia Côte, Gilles Lellouche, Sandrine Kiberlain
Belgium, France
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Theo was born an unwanted child. The social services set out to find the perfect home for his adoption.

Comments about drama «Pupille» (21)

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The "pupille" is an interesting idea and that's where it fails to live up to. The film could have been great but at times is just boring. The film is long and boring and the story of the pupille does not feel interesting. The acting is also over the top. I think the producers should have asked better actors to play the parts. The character that plays the pupille is just funny and silly. There are a few other mistakes in the film that could have been better but that's just nitpicking. The plot is actually interesting but I still think this film could have been great.

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After a long time I finally saw a movie with a new movie director. Tilda Swinton is a very famous actress in the cinema but still it is my first experience watching a movie with her. And it was great. After seeing her acting in the movie "The Americans", I decided to go to see the movie "Criminal Prosecution". I must say I am very excited to see a movie with a new director. Tilda Swinton made the movie very good and I would rate it a 7.5/10, but I would rate it an 8.5/10. In my opinion, Tilda Swinton is one of the greatest actresses of our time. In my opinion, Tilda Swinton is one of the best actresses of our time. I loved the way she acted. I loved the movie "Criminal Prosecution". If you liked the movie "Criminal Prosecution" you should see the movie "The Americans".

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Mildred Wagner

How to have a man stand up against what he is told to do? This is a perfect example of a film that treats the question of right and wrong without the unhelpful moral of doing what's right. They discuss the right and wrong side of people who are in a situation where they can't act on their own and resort to violence. I do agree that the male character is a little over the top in the opening but this isn't to say that it isn't executed well. The ending of the film is incredibly good in it's logic and that is a testament to this film. I don't want to give away the ending as I don't want to give away the entire film, but I can say that it is one of the best in the genre, which is saying a lot considering that the genre is full of these type of films. Great film!

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What a beautiful film! This was by far the best French film I've seen in a long time. The film covers a very pertinent subject, the slaughter of vietnamese population in Saigon in the Vietnam War. The director and writers carefully examined the ideas and perspectives that would lead people to oppose the killing of the Vietnamese people, and they did a great job with this film. The directing was extremely well done. It was very well done. The film was slow at times, but I understand that it was to show the depth of feeling of the characters, who were not necessarily the intended audience, and it was in that way to give the film depth. The film itself was very slow at times, but that was what I thought was a flaw, because I think that the film was able to convey the characters' feelings and to show them through their actions. Also, I don't know what others are saying about the film, but I really enjoyed the music. It was very fitting and appropriate. I think that the film could have been made with a lot less music, but it was very well done. I thought that the use of music in the film was very well done and the music was more important in the film than the characters themselves. Overall, the film was very well done, and I recommend it to people who enjoy films that give an accurate portrayal of the Vietnam War.

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I was surprised to find that a film so straight forward could have such a dramatic impact on me. I am a character driven film fan, as I have tried to watch every thriller, horror and thriller/horror film that has been released since my childhood. I decided to give this one a try and here's why: 1) I have read every review and I've come to the conclusion that a lot of people are just plain wrong about the movie. There are so many ways to interpret and enjoy the film. The movie is about a psychopathic killer who has set a trap and the men who are tasked to survive the traps and make it out alive. In some ways, the story is very realistic, as the entire cast are all very ordinary and have good intentions in their lives, however, their actions and the way they live is rather unbelievable. The lead cast in the film is very good, but the film itself is much better. It is very moving to see how ordinary people are manipulated by a psychopathic maniac, the film also shows how people should never give up and should always strive for their dream to live. It is very sad to see how a dream that seems so promising can turn to such a painful situation. This is one of the most powerful and important films I have watched in my life and it will be the first time that I will always remember it. I'm not one for to much praise in a film and I was quite impressed with this one.

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Henry H.

i've always been a fan of the dark knight and when i heard he was in it i was shocked. its very hard to portray the mood of an idealistic and troubled cop in a way that only it's a dark comedy and i think batman villain was the perfect example. I love the dark knight and it's a shame batman was a big part of it. here i think they tried to do the opposite. it starts out as a dark comedy and it's not. and the ending is just awful, it seems like an excuse for them to give the Joker a fight. but it just ends up with a small fight. its not fair to say batman is the hero of the movie. it's the villains fault. the people who were in the theatre made this movie so much better, thanks to these people. and the way they made the Joker a no good thug is just perfect. It really made me feel for him, I wish i could be like the people who watched this movie.

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A unique and touching film, that stars the youngest child actress ever in history, daughter of Lucille Ball. Sophie Gagne has proved herself to be a talent in an incredibly short time, which she has been able to demonstrate on a range of film projects, from first time feature director Douglas McGrath to the ever magnificent Broadway musical adaptation, the film version of One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, also known as - without a doubt - one of the best movie musicals ever made. Sophie plays Lily, who is the youngest child actress ever to have made it to the big screen. Once she has made it, she has gone on to star in a string of acclaimed film projects, including the Oscar-nominated movie Baby Driver, the critically-acclaimed War Horse and the original and outstanding Sherlock Holmes, The Man Who Would Be King. However, after working with everyone from Darren Aronofsky, to Joe Wright, to Steven Spielberg, to Marlon Wayans, to George Lucas, to many, many others, Lily has now agreed to star in her own movie, which is currently in post-production. Now it is the family's turn to take over, as their lovely country home has become the site for a celebrity treatment clinic, with celebrities from around the world taking part. The family are torn by this, because they see Lily's film career as her dream and all the film projects she has been given, as the best thing she has ever done in her life, and her best chance at being able to achieve her dream. Meanwhile, they are also worried that the celebrity treatment clinic has given Lily an obsession with fame, which she will put a strain on her marriage and family life. What is worse, is that Lily doesn't see how her success and fame has been a threat to her family, and this causes tension and strain between her and her family, with her husband David (Luke Evans) now turning to her for support. The film is based on true events, which actually took place in 1982, and I wouldn't say it is as true as it is, but the film is certainly based on the real events that transpired, which is how I feel about this film, despite the fact that I'm writing a review about a fictional film based on real events. Sophie is the youngest daughter of Lucille Ball, the first wife of Elvis Presley, and she was raised by her in-laws, who she adores and who have always been there for her. Her parents were so strict on her, and wouldn't let her do anything, which was a big factor for her life, and also led to her being one of the youngest actresses ever to have been in a major film, before she was even a teenager. Sophie had a boyfriend in college, and then a successful career in the film industry, before he went to jail. She then became a model, and then an actress, before ending up in a mental institution. After this, she went back to her parents, who were very strict and hard on her, and a lot of the filming scenes in the film were filmed in their house. She is now 21, and has never really done anything that is half-way good, until now. Sophie is the star of the movie, and the actress, with a larger role, and better dialogue. I feel that the film has been done well, with the family coming to terms with the fact that their daughter has been making it in Hollywood, and their relationship is in a less than good place. The mother feels that her daughter is getting too much of her attention, and the daughter is now deciding to keep quiet about the fact that she is playing Lily. In this way, the film is sad, but also gives you a good feeling about the life Lily has led, and the way the family has dealt with it, and how it has affected them. This film has been told in a very realistic, realistic way, which makes you feel the family have been through a lot, and the film is a good way to help you deal with the problems of the family.

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Harold A.

This film I found from the top of the pages, I liked it a lot. I was not in the mood to read the subtitles at the beginning, because I did not know what was happening in the movie and had a hard time figuring it out. The whole film seems to be in a gray twilight zone. There is no place for color in this place where darkness surrounds all of the people and there is only darkness for the people and nothing else to use as a theme for the film. The actors are good, but in a way I don't understand. Some of them are just all wrong in the wrong places. I also think that some of them are also right in the right places. The priest who is the protagonist, for example, is good at his job, but he is not good at being a priest. Also, in a film like this, the music really does not have a place in the story. I think it is simply too distracting for the story. In the end, I did not really like this film and I do not recommend it to anybody. It is very difficult to decide if it is really worth seeing. In the end, I can only say that it is a film worth watching.

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Tyler V.

I have seen this movie so many times I can keep track of the whole story line of each scene. This is my favorite film of the 1980s. I will buy this movie and watch it every week and I know every word of the story of each scene. Pupille is a mystery that keeps you guessing the whole time. This film has a great plot and also a good story. If you want to watch a great mystery or thriller. Watch Pupille. What you see is what you get, what you don't see is what you don't get. It keeps you guessing and guessing until the very end. The soundtrack was really good too. I never get tired of listening to it. It was a good film. My rating: 7

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Janice Kelley

I wasn't really expecting this to be an epic or a huge drama about an American composer, because the descriptions made it look so. I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that it's a documentary film, and that it is very much about the composer's life. I guess it is true to say that he lived an incredible life, I think his family was really supportive and kind and he did give his life a lot of energy. I think this film is about a life without any reason, he never went to a party, was never interested in what other people were doing, he never did anything. As the documentary says, he did everything alone and it was the most fun for him. In the film the theme is very nice, but it's also very important that he got to enjoy, to be a part of something and that he was a talented composer. When you know that he died, he was a composer, but you also know that he really had a life without any reason. This movie shows us his life, which shows us his life. For me this was a really good film, and I really think that we should all take a look at the lives of musicians, or a musician that is still alive.

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Victoria Hughes

This movie was both impressive and impressive. I went into this movie with high expectations. I was not disappointed. But.there was one thing. I was skeptical about this film, because I never read the book and I am not the biggest fan of JK Rowling. That's how I picked up this film. I have never read the book, so I was not too familiar with the book or the plot. The movie actually kept me interested. I was actually impressed with the entire story line. This is the type of movie that you go in wanting to see, but it really was the type of movie you don't want to leave. I would definitely recommend it. I really do.

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Dennis Holmes

A powerful film. This is the first movie I ever saw that touched me deeply. Its symbolism and subtext of love, marriage, family, betrayal and grief is inspiring. It's not a happy movie. It's realistic, and does not pretend to be in the highest of spiritual beliefs, but it speaks to the complexity of human experience. I think the strongest part of the movie is how it breaks down gender stereotypes and gives a brief but powerful glimpse into the journey of a woman from infancy to a woman's freedom. Its primary message is to take a breath and try and enjoy life, and that no matter what we do, or how much we try, we are all still human, and make mistakes, but that it is also a choice. It is certainly one of the most powerful films I have ever seen, and if you are a feminist, or if you are someone who wants to experience the challenges of feminism, watch this movie. You'll feel as though you have come of age, and if you are not, this movie will help you see the perspective of women who have lived and made mistakes, and have become the leaders we need to be. Take a deep breath and see it.

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Howard Harvey

This is a movie that has nothing to do with talking and music. This is a movie that is based on film making. These days we are obsessed with the internet, social media, marketing and everything connected with the music. Nowadays every band is supposed to get their name on a DVD, or on the posters in your local record store. Everything is connected with what you have seen in the cinema. We have all the beautiful music in the world, we just need the right picture to give it a new dimension. This movie shows how important this is. It is like a documentary, like a tour that makes you realise how much a stage is a piece of art, a physical medium that can speak to your soul. This movie is not for everyone, because it is based on the fact that a film is based on cinema. This movie is a different kind of documentary than most. It is a story told with the help of photographs, music, and of course cinematography. The movie is also a tribute to the photographers and their work, because they were the ones who decided the future of photography, the era of film making. And the photographer, Henri Cartier-Bresson, just made this movie. He did a great job on making it very unique. I know many people who love him and his work. And that is why I love this movie. I also like the story and the photography in the movie. It is not the best movie you will ever see, but I think that for a film maker to make it perfect he/she has to have a clear vision, to give it a clear message. And I think this movie has such a clear message. Every single scene in the movie has a purpose, every single phrase has a message. And I am not saying that the movie is perfect, because not everything can be perfect, but that the message is very clear, and you can hear it in every single scene. I recommend this movie to everyone, because every single shot, every single shot, every single line is important, and the messages in the film are not only beautiful, but essential to the success of a movie. If you love films, you will love this movie, because this is a piece of art. If you love photography, you will love this movie, because it is a great documentary about a great man. And this is a movie for every kind of people.

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Jane Russell

I don't care how many people I talk to who insist that "Pupille" was a great film, but I don't know what it is they're talking about. I thought it was terrific, a great use of a small budget to show the effects of years of discrimination. It's not perfect, but it is, to me, a great film. It was directed by the same guy who brought us "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" (which I highly recommend). I do agree with the other reviewers who called it "a modern day "Pulp Fiction" without the brilliance or the same ridiculous dialogue. I thought the characters were a bit flat, but that's a common problem with films of this type. And I thought the ending was a bit contrived, but it's true that the most crucial scene in the film is the last. I thought the film was more powerful than "Pulp Fiction", but I'm not going to claim that to be a "Pulp Fiction" conniption. In fact, I would rate it as better than "Pulp Fiction", but only slightly. But, as I said, it is a great film, and it certainly deserves a larger audience.

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Walter R.

This is a beautiful film about a family of young Italian men who are part of an Italian homosexual organization. The movie is very slow paced but at the same time very very funny. The way the guys live is just funny and there is something just different about the way they live. The funniest scenes are the introduction of the family, the introduction of the Italian brothers. They are very different from the "normal" Italian family that you see in movies and in real life. The plot is very interesting, it is very slow but at the same time it keeps your attention. It is a good movie for a romantic evening.

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I know that critics will hate this film but I was very pleased. I was happy to watch a movie that didn't bore me to death and that gave me a great sense of hope for the future of cinema. I was impressed by the acting. The characters were developed very well and the plot was executed very well. I'm not the best movie critic but I just saw a film like this and I'd have to say it was a very good effort. A film that is clearly worth the price of admission.

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Victoria Roberts

Fracture is about two girls, one of whom is a drug addict and the other a stripper, who decide to form a drug dealing family out of their prison and these two can no longer escape from their addictions. It's a movie that doesn't have a whole lot going for it. The writing is so thick it has to be a cell-phone screen text instead of a film. The characters are only moving along at a glacial pace and the story seems to get bogged down at various points. The point of view is sometimes distorted by a weird mixture of hand-held cameras and things that are flashing at the screen. At the end of the movie, I was still very confused about the characters and the overall plot. But it was worth seeing.

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Jacob V.

It's probably impossible to mention any great actors in the history of cinema without mentioning a number of great directors. Such is the case with Francois Truffaut. He's the one of the greatest of directors. He's a brilliant storyteller who can take his time to tell a story in a captivating way. To me, the last film he's directed is the one I am most interested in. For me, it is "Good Will Hunting". What is this film about? I won't give any spoilers because you need to see the movie yourself to understand. To me, it's a very dark story about the rise of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Here, we have a character who is addicted to his own company. He thinks he is a genius because he has to make a movie every day and a company has always provided the best results for him. This character is particularly talented in music, so he decides to make a soundtrack for a popular game that will pay him handsomely. This is very obvious and yet I have seen many movies about the rise of Narcissistic Personality Disorder. All of them is about a person who is addicted to their own opinion, money, or fame. "Good Will Hunting" is about a character who has to make a living and don't have any problems to deal with. We have a very impressive cast. The movie itself is a very successful film. I have to say I have never seen such a brilliant script. The director had a great idea about the theme of this film. The theme was not about Narcissism but it was about losing your individuality. The theme is very interesting and is very touching. I have to say that this is the best film I have seen in my life. All the actors are fantastic. You need to see this movie. I can't explain the film except by saying that it's very similar to "Saving Private Ryan". But "Saving Private Ryan" is more of a war movie and "Good Will Hunting" is more of a drama film. The most beautiful scenes are the ones with the photography. The only thing I want to add about "Good Will Hunting" is that I can't see how this film could be done better. I can't think of any. Overall, I really recommend this film to anybody who likes interesting movies and also to those who have experienced Narcissism. 7/10.

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Jacqueline Pearson

While it may not be the best Hollywood movie I've ever seen, it's definitely an emotional one. This movie is quite different from the others in the genre. I think it's for the best that I can't comment on the acting, because the actors do a good job at portraying their characters. It's a shame though that the movie is a bit slow-moving, and you do lose interest. There are many characters in this movie, and they all do a good job. I enjoyed the characters of Veronica and Severn, and I think they're the best in the movie. The movie does have some problems, though, the most obvious being the ending. I understand that the movie wasn't really a happy ending, but it was a little disappointing that the movie ended the way it did. I think it was a little too late though, because the movie still has some redeeming qualities, in particular Veronica's. But if you're looking for a happy ending, don't go to this movie. I did enjoy this movie a lot, and I would definitely recommend it to people who are fans of the genre.

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Larry G.

A tragic event moves the family from the warmongering life of the same family. With a great cast, the great cast helps the great cast and story, with the greater director. A great director helps a great cast with a great cast, but a great story needs great actors to deliver. Each family member has their own story and performance. With some clever writing, the film manages to hold your attention. The story is a little predictable and the supporting cast that is added doesn't add much. The only area that saves this film is the cast. This film is great for families, and for anybody else who has ever been in a family tragedy.

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Diana M.

Coup is a compelling and dramatic story that tackles the many themes of modern day globalization. The film unfolds in front of a futuristic police station in which the walls are lined with a map of major cities. Each section of the wall is labelled with a number and a name of the city. A person is brought into the police station for questioning. The detective has to trace the identity of the individual and then they can receive a formal hearing and a sentence. This being the 21st century, the officer needs the help of a linguist to translate what they are hearing. The detective soon realizes that he has a major problem, as he has to travel to the city he is questioning from in order to learn what he is talking about. In the end, his search for the truth is what drives him to find the truth. The acting is superb. The narration is great, and each character is vividly written. But what really makes this movie work is its combination of rich characters and rich visual content. The visual style is stunning and the cinematography is stunning. These two elements together make Coup a film that is unforgettable. This is a story of a man who travels from city to city and explores the natural world with various animals and people. The film's plot is suspenseful and keeps you hooked until the end. The film is filled with one of the most beautiful soundtracks in recent years. The movie has a simple, yet effective story that is captivating from the very first scene to the very last. The whole movie is worth watching. 7.2/10