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Synonymes

Synonymes is a movie starring Tom Mercier, Quentin Dolmaire, and Louise Chevillotte. A young Israeli man absconds to Paris to flee his nationality, aided by his trusty Franco-Israeli dictionary.

Other Titles
Milim Nirdafot, Sinonimi, シノニムズ, Synonimy, Eş Anlamlılar, Sinónimos, Synonyms, Συνώνυμα, Sinonimai, Eşanlamlılar, Sinónimos: Un israelí en París
Running Time
2 hours 3 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Comedy
Director
Nadav Lapid
Writer
Haim Lapid, Nadav Lapid
Actors
Quentin Dolmaire, Uria Hayik, Louise Chevillotte, Tom Mercier
Country
Germany, France, Israel
Year
2019
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

Yoav, a young Israeli man, has a one-way ticket to Paris believing France to be his salvation from what he sees as the madness of his country. Things don't get off to a great start as he discovers his living arrangement is unfit for living, yet his grandiose expectations leave no room for a failure to adapt. Wholehearted in his resolution to erase his Jewish-Israeli origins, he refuses to speak Hebrew and obsessively studies his constant companion, a French dictionary. He develops a particularly strong bond with his privileged neighbor who symbolizes - to Yoav - the French promise of fraternité. Nothing can extinguish Yoav's determination to be thoroughly French. Based on the real-life experiences of writer-director Nadav Lapid, SYNONYMS explores the conflicted realm of fervent Nationalism and the challenges of putting down roots in a foreign land.

Comments about drama «Synonymes» (19)

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Martha

Caught up in the big city and its hazy and chaotic love life, a group of college friends go on a road trip to an isolated island and there meet a very attractive woman. The main problem with this movie is that it is really hard to tell what the director wants us to take away from it. Some scenes are very well written, some are awkward and boring, and some are so beautiful that you just have to love the film. It's also a little over long, but it's the best of the bunch. The performances are good, especially the guy who plays the "friend" and the girl who plays the "partner."

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Craig A.

I loved this movie. It was refreshing to watch a movie with no central hero or heroine. The plot moves along slowly but the scenes are so engaging and the actors are great. I especially loved Sam Worthington and Jessica Biel. I enjoyed the movie and it was perfect for an afternoon after work. I wish I could see it again.

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Karen

A movie that has nothing to do with the real world, but a movie that happens to be about real world people and real world issues. It has the power to make you see how much we all care about each other, and how much we can care about each other. I like it very much, and I can't imagine that anyone else would enjoy it.

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Hannah

I haven't seen "As Good As It Gets" since I saw it when it first came out and it was a very important movie for me. It touched me so deeply I can't even remember much of it. But the memory of it is still very vivid. It's been over 20 years since I saw it and I still remember it so vividly. I've watched this movie several times and I still find it as powerful as it was when I first saw it. It's a real masterpiece. Richard Gere was an incredible actor and Michael Douglas was equally amazing. The movie has so many subtle messages and messages that are in the movie but the messages are powerful. A good message is a good message and that is what "As Good As It Gets" is. It's a powerful movie that will move you to a place you never expected to be at that moment and will make you feel a sense of understanding that you can't find anywhere else. This movie is a true masterpiece and I recommend it to anyone.

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Jerry Gilbert

As a piece of history this film is highly appropriate. It's the story of a fictional free lance that was sent to a time warp in 1858. This isn't an inaccurate account of what happened, but it is a dramatization. The goal of the film is to make you laugh and feel for these men. In doing this they portray them as flawed, likeable individuals. The men are played by four different actors, one man is played by a man. The character is different from the real men. His performance is a significant part of the story. The real historical events that take place are shown. This is a man of good character, honesty and decency. He does not take advantage of his brothers and even tries to keep his family in a good frame of mind. As he was ordered to fight and die he fought and killed in self defense. This was an important time in history and these men were more concerned with the future of their children than themselves. They served and fought as men who had just as much right to live as they did. I think that in this film they portrayed men who were good and decent, despite the odds that their brothers had. They served in time of war and in time of peace. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Samuel Andrews

This is one of those rare films that actually did me good. It's not a big blockbuster film like "Speed" or "Rocky" (which it's not supposed to be). Instead it's a smart, stylish, and above all, "cool" comedy, with a heart. I liked the ending, which I thought was very well done and brilliantly put together. I liked the cinematography, the acting, the storyline, and the music. This is a great film, and I will be going to see it again.

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Sharon

One of the great things about 'Waterworld' is that it's never afraid to let the characters speak for themselves. In many other films, we hear or see every word they say. Here, we can hear everything they say. Even the least noticeable character has some depth, and the director/writer/producer/actor is very good at not over-emphasizing the parts that are important. Sometimes we are meant to be confused about the characters' motivations, but the director, writer and producer are always mindful of the audience's emotional needs and cannot fall into the trap of giving too much away. The movie is narrated by Jack Gleeson as Jules, a young man who is born with a talent for performing music. He grows up in a stable, upper-class environment and has a loving family, which keeps him grounded and happy. One day, Jules is sent to a new home, and he falls into a coma. His life is turned upside down, and he begins to suspect that something is wrong. It's as if the director is using the son's voice and knowledge of music to tell the story. It works really well, and Jules is no longer an innocent innocent boy, he's a man who has experienced a terrible loss. The director does not sugarcoat the loss, but also doesn't tell the audience what to think. For example, Jules doesn't want to tell his parents what has happened to him, he just says "I have a friend", and the audience is left to decide whether the character is right or not. In a way, this is a form of sympathy. After all, Jules is a man who is struggling with what he did, and we are left to wonder if he is right or wrong. This is also the kind of movie that I would recommend to someone who has never seen it. If you've never seen 'Waterworld' or have no idea what it's about, this is a great way to start your exploration. It's really hard to get past the director's work. The film is structured into three parts, and the first half is the most interesting. I will say this, the acting is excellent, and the direction is truly incredible. The movie starts out strong, and ends strong. I can't wait for the second part.

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Janet

I have a rather strange feeling of satisfaction at the end of this film. I did not expect it to be this good, but I also did not expect it to be as good as it is. I had expected a poor film with a weak script. What I got was a film that has a strong script, has a strong cast, has a strong director, and has a strong ending. The film had several endings, some were quite surprising, others were not. The first two were pretty obvious, and the last one was even more obvious. Overall, I was glad I watched this film, and I would recommend this film to anyone looking for a good film to watch. The acting was amazing, I was impressed with it all, especially Samuel L. Jackson's performance. It was not a performance that I would normally rate, but he was very believable in this film. The performances were also really good throughout, but I thought the two lead performances by Samuel L. Jackson and Woody Harrelson were especially good. The direction by Josh Singer was also really good, and I think it is one of his best work. Overall, I give this film an 8.5 out of 10. It is a very strong film, and I think anyone would enjoy it. I do not think it will ever be a classic, but I do think it will stand the test of time as one of the best films ever made.

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Randy

A funny and moving movie. Very sad, but not an over-exaggeration. I like the subtle humour of the main characters and their interactions, but it's not a laughing matter. It's also a sensitive drama, but with a lot of ambiguity. It's a lot like a romantic comedy, but with a moral message, and with the tragic end of the main characters. It's also a political statement, but it's subtle and very subtle. And it's also a social comment, but it's not heavy-handed. It's a very nice movie, that reminds me of "All About Eve" and "The Weather Man". You have to be patient to get the story out of the way, but it's a lot of fun, and a lot of heart-breaking moments. It's a sad movie, but not heavy-handed. It's also a very clever movie. It's a movie that's easy to watch, but it's not a movie you can just fast forward to the end. And it's not a movie that's easy to forget. It's a movie that is a little bit dark, but also very light. I really liked it.

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Mark W.

A lot of movies are bad. A lot of movies are good. This is one of those movies. This is a movie that I would love to have as a major family gathering staple. It's funny, it's moving, and it's a movie that you can watch over and over. I don't know where this one's rating is. I think it's underrated. It's really not an Oscar-winning movie. If you're a fan of movies that make you laugh, move you, and have you on the edge of your seat the entire time, this movie is for you.

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Harry Patterson

The film's title itself is a bit of a mystery. It could be a sign of the film's stylistic leanings. Whatever the case, it does lead us to believe that it is a film about a family who is torn apart by the removal of a loved one, and that the film will focus on the families efforts to mend their broken relationship. And so we are given a rather underwhelming storyline, and a non-tangible ending, but the film does show us the inner turmoil of the family. From the beginning of the film, we are introduced to the main character, Paul, and his mother, who have been estranged for the last ten years. His father died of a heart attack when Paul was a child, and he never saw him again. His mother has always been the one to try and provide for Paul, but she has been unable to do so. Even though Paul has not been able to see his father for the last ten years, he still has a strong sense of connection to him, and a belief that he can reach out to him if he is able. So he decides to go on a road trip to search for his father, as he does not want to be separated from his mother. On the journey, he meets some other people along the way, and things get quite complicated. However, it is important to note that the film has a rather large cast of characters, and the majority of the film's runtime is spent with Paul, his mother, and a few other people. This is not surprising, as it is a film that focuses on the interpersonal relationships, and how they are effected by the removal of a loved one. The relationship between the two brothers is also very well developed, and it is fascinating to see them develop from having a strong bond with each other, to the strained relationship they have with their mother. Paul and his mother also do a great job of showing the level of resentment they have for each other, as they are shown in great detail, and it is clear that they are very aware of their relationship, and that it is in danger of being broken. Overall, the film is a really good film, and I would recommend that anyone who is interested in the family drama genre, should see it. 8/10

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Marilyn Chen

This is a very very funny movie, full of laughs, and a great movie to watch when you're feeling down. It's all about friends who have issues with their own families and who just need to have a hug. It's funny, it's sad, and it makes you laugh.

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Julia C.

Greetings from Lithuania. "A lysanaktuka" ("The Butcher") is a film from the first half of the 90's, and I can see why. The film is about a man who decides to become a butcher in order to pay back a debt. He has to cut down a lot of animals, because the people in his town don't like them. And when he's finished, he makes a profit. And that's it, it's a very simple story. I liked the film because it is real, and I really liked the way it was shot. The film is made on a shoestring budget, but it's a beautiful film, and it's not all about the meat. It is a great film, and it's worth watching. The acting is good, and the directing is great. "A lysanaktuka" is a very good film, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Teresa B.

This film will make you laugh, cry, and make you think. There are times when you might think "Why am I laughing? It's just a movie." However, this movie does not let you off the hook. It is a movie that leaves you with a variety of emotions, including one of a teary eyed person, and two people who are laughing and holding each other's hands, even though they're fighting. It's a movie that is a real story and a real movie. It also gives you a different point of view on your own life. If you are a movie critic, you will love this film. If you are just a person who likes to laugh and think, you will love this movie.

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Theresa Hall

If you liked "Easy Rider" or "The Naked Gun" you will like this movie. It has a kind of "Big brother" feel to it that seems to be a modern day take on the themes of the 40's and 50's and especially the "Anti-war" movement. The movie takes place in the 1960's, but the technology is from the 1940's. All the people are dressed in period clothing, and the pace of the movie seems to be influenced by the "Big Brother" atmosphere. The women in this film have more personality than the average man in this type of film, and they are dressed with style, not sex appeal. There is also a strong anti-war message in the film, and although the political content is not really prevalent it is still a major part of the film. The music is also a strong part of the film. I would definitely recommend this film for people who are into films about the 50's and the 1960's. It is a good movie for a nice movie night, or for a rainy day.

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Doris P.

Not bad, but not really memorable. If you're a big fan of both Edgar Wright and Chris Hemsworth, you may want to keep it as a combo of both. The three main characters are funny and likable. The story is kind of hard to follow, but still funny. I liked that it doesn't try to be "epic", and that it doesn't show too much of the "big" fight scenes. I also like the way the jokes are delivered, the way the characters react, and the dialogs are good. I also liked the soundtrack, which was also a great touch. The cinematography was also good, as well as the lighting and camera angles. I also like the fact that the story is in 3-D, and the 3D sequences are nice, and also funny. The story is also interesting, and funny. I also liked the way that they make the character's and the story's roles interesting. Overall, I liked the movie. It was enjoyable and funny, with a good story and a nice story and a good cast. It wasn't memorable, but I wouldn't mind seeing it again. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes a comedy with a bit of a story, and who can handle a comedy with a bit of a story. 8/10.

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Paul Kelly

After taking a stab at The Princess Bride, Ben Stiller's film adaptation of Dan Brown's book is as much about his own struggles to live as it is about the book. Set in what looks like a Middle Age European society, Stiller and his cast come from the same family, but they all speak very different languages. The Prince (James Caan) who is the absolute head of the family is a professor who still thinks the Bible is the word of God, but is getting pushed around by the Prince of Wales (Johnny Depp), who is the real head of the family. The Princess (Tilda Swinton) is the perfect girl, but is constantly being brainwashed by the Prince of Wales (Depp), who wants to make her a whore. The only other character in the movie who speaks English is the warrior who seems to have been around for a long time. I like the idea of a movie about a family that is thrown into a culture that is at odds with its members. This is a good movie, but it is not for everyone. It is a good movie for people who love the idea of a fantasy world where a very strange twist in the end results in a very strange, even more unusual ending. It is definitely not for people who like "comedy" or for people who enjoy getting to the edge of the world they are living in.

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Kathleen Porter

I enjoyed the movie a lot and liked the acting as well as the storyline. The reason why I rated it 8 instead of a 10 is because there were a few scenes that were not included in the original version. For example, when the chicken is having a seizure, the scene was cut and then a new scene was added which was really annoying. Also, when Anna was in the shower with a guy, the scene was cut and then the next scene was added. And lastly, when the 2 guys were in the ice cream store, they were cut off but then a new scene was added. All in all, the movie is well worth watching.

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Jacob Barnett

I had high expectations for this movie after seeing the reviews on here. I thought it was going to be good. I was wrong. It was good in a good way. The movie was somewhat different than the typical dramas or comedies that come out in the US. I like how the characters were a lot more mature and realistic, and more realistic characters do not always work well in a movie. I think that people are just generally more interested in their kids, and that is what this movie is about. I would not call this a movie that you need to see for the story or the plot, but if you are looking for a good movie to watch, then I suggest you see this movie.