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En guerre

En guerre is a movie starring Vincent Lindon, Mélanie Rover, and Jacques Borderie. After promising 1100 employees that they would protect their jobs, the managers of a factory decide to suddenly close up shop. Laurent takes the lead...

Other Titles
Na wojnie, I krig, Un Autre Monde, Σε Πόλεμο, La guerra silenciosa, Em Guerra, Sztrájk a gyárban, At War, En guerra, In guerra, Streik, Fransk opprør
Running Time
1 hours 53 minutes
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Stéphane Brizé
Olivier Gorce, Stéphane Brizé, Olivier Lemaire, Ralph Blindauer, Xavier Mathieu
Jacques Borderie, David Rey, Vincent Lindon, Mélanie Rover
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

After promising 1100 employees that they would protect their jobs, the managers of a factory decide to suddenly close up shop. Laurent takes the lead in a fight against this decision.

Comments about drama «En guerre» (21)

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James Hanson

In the end, the ending is the most important element of the movie. It was a perfect ending, but I must say that I really liked the first one as well. I have seen the movie many times, and it never gets old. It is a classic, and always one of my favorites.

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Stephen O.

This is a fascinating movie, and it was great to see Nicole Kidman, who is very good, in a movie that deals with very difficult issues. The movie explores the everyday struggle to be who you are and how your beliefs, your beliefs and your beliefs are not going to go away. It is a movie that shows the effects that social classes have on each other and how they cannot cope with the feelings of others, but on top of this there is also a sense of competition and fear of losing. The acting is good, especially from the actors who play each character. I would say that this is the best movie that I have seen in years, and the way that the director was able to show the world is that he put people in front of a camera and filmed them. I can tell that this is going to be a movie that people will love and I would recommend it to everyone.

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I think that this is one of the most thought provoking, emotional and captivating movies I have ever seen. I have seen most of Woody's films and in many of them, there was a very strong connection between the actor and the story. But for some reason, this is one of his films where I didn't find that connection. It's one of those movies where I think that people should watch it, but I don't really know why I did. The problem I have with this film is that I think it lacks depth. I think that if the depth is in the characters, it will enhance the story a lot. I think that this is one of those movies that's good for children and even though it's only for adults, I think that it's a good movie for the whole family. It's a good family movie.

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James W.

I thought this was a well-acted movie and it made me think. This was not a "look at the movie" movie. There was a story. I was expecting it to be a movie about a woman trying to make her way through the system to get a new job. The ending was a little predictable but that's just the way the movie went. I liked the slow pace. I didn't know what was going to happen next. I didn't want it to end. It was well-written and well-acted. I recommend it to anyone who likes movies about the inner workings of a woman's life and what happens to her when her life starts to unravel. The only complaint I have is that it's not a big budget movie.

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I first came across this film on YouTube, after I had seen the film on the Travel Channel. I had been captivated by the brilliant performances of the two actors, Giamatti and de la Pfeffra. After watching the film, I was amazed by the way they expressed the inner struggle of the young man in front of him. I had also been captivated by the production and editing of the film. This was a great film!

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Patrick P.

This is the kind of film that keeps you on the edge of your seat, with surprises that keep you guessing until the end. Sometimes it's just a little too clever. Sometimes it's just a little too goofy. It's an intense movie with an emotional, realistic end. If you haven't seen this yet, rent it right now. It's worth the wait. If you've seen it, you'll know why I gave it an 9/10. I highly recommend this movie.

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Nancy Silva

The story of a well-meaning nun being called upon by her convent to perform a dangerous mission to find and rescue a missionary from prison. The story is told from the perspective of the nun, so it's difficult to see who the protagonist is. I suppose you could say the protagonist is the convent, but she's not the protagonist. A missionary is certainly the protagonist, but the nuns are not the protagonist. In fact, the nuns are not the protagonist at all, and this movie is about them. If you think about it, the story has no protagonist, so who are we talking about? The only "identifier" I could find was the actress who played the nun. And I have to say, I was a little confused. I thought the nun was either someone who was a nun in the past, or someone who was a nun in the present. I was also confused by the way the nun's voice sounded. I think it was supposed to sound soft, but it seemed to me that the nuns were in some sort of ritualistic singing that was supposed to sound soft. But I guess I was just wrong. The nuns, in their protestations, sounded as though they were making a rather hollow sound. I know it sounds strange, but I think I understood the nun's voice better than her voice sounds in this movie. In any event, I think I should say that I liked this movie. It was an entertaining movie, and I enjoyed it very much. I would give this movie a 9, but the plot seemed a little difficult to follow at times, and I don't think it would have been a bad idea to show the convent as being a community in which there were many different kinds of nuns, rather than one large convent. This would have made it easier to see the roles of the nuns as "different" and less of a monolithic group. I think this movie would have been better as a play, but I suppose the filmmakers wanted it to be a movie. The movie is made in France, and the scenery is gorgeous. I was pleased to see that the nuns weren't just average "little old ladies". And it was nice to see a nun being asked to perform a mission, and not just some kind of a slave or a wild woman. I also thought that the actors did a very good job with the roles they were given. My vote for "The Nun" is a 9.

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This is a wonderful, heartbreaking, thought provoking, bittersweet movie that may actually make you cry. No wonder it was such a big hit. The main character is played by Bana who gives a great performance, even if he is a character of a washed up punk rocker. I've been a fan of his for many years now and he is so good at playing such a damaged, tormented, and selfish individual. It's hard to watch as you watch his character struggle with his own shortcomings and the flaws of the people around him. He is driven by anger, resentment, and a lack of empathy. Bana doesn't have a face for these emotions but it is so well done, that it makes you wonder how much he must have really suffered in his life. This movie does not have a happy ending, though it does conclude on a great note. The movie was released as a comedy, and it is so hard to say that without a comedy element. I found myself laughing in the theater, even though it was very sad. The comedy of it all was just perfect, and the movie will definitely bring tears to your eyes. But the movie is also not meant to be easy viewing. It has a really strong message about war, and about the violence that can take place in the world today. It is a bit of a coming of age story and a great character study. If you are able to sit through the film without getting teary eyed, then I would highly recommend it to you. I also thought that the direction and cinematography were very well done, and the story was a great one. It may not be the best movie out there, but it was a very powerful and beautiful movie.

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This is an incredible film. I was lucky enough to catch it at a local independent film festival in 2011 and loved it. I haven't seen it in a while, and my excitement for it returned when I heard about a cinema showing. It was worth the wait. The main character, a college student with ADHD, has a key that she can use to get into a university in three days. To keep her mind off her life, she uses this key to manipulate people around her, in order to get what she wants. There is a subtle tension between the two of them that is very unsettling and interesting. There is also a lot of violence, which is not only unusual, but really powerful and effective. The scene where she watches her brother being tortured to death on the front porch of their house, is frightening and disturbing, and even though it is quite graphic, it is actually very effective. The character of Emily is a very good example of how a female protagonist can be depicted as emotionally unstable, but still strong and independent. I liked the different plot devices used to portray her personality. Her fascination with her father, the fact that she never sleeps, her hatred of her father and her father's "nervous breakdown" are all very effective. This movie is definitely one of my favorites. It has everything you could want in a movie: a great story, great acting, and a very powerful message.

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The movie is set in 1975 in Montreal where Jean Lefebvre (Michel Serrault) is a playwright who becomes an actor when he is asked to play a role in a play about the life of Francois Tremblay (Gabor Degreve). One night he is told by his agent that he will be playing a role for Michel in a play about his life and of course he falls in love with the famous actress. He finds himself in a world of acting, that is more and more a love. This is the kind of movie that makes you to have a deep feeling of what a human life is really like. It's a movie that teaches you to be yourself, but also how hard life can be, and how it can be full of surprises. You will love this movie because it is not only a story, but also a wonderful, and sometimes beautiful, depiction of a human life. It's also a movie that brings you to think about your life, because life can be so hard, and how things can be very hard. You will also love the movie because it makes you to have a new respect for the actors, because they have to do things that you cannot do, like they cannot walk down the street in a big city and people would not think that it's not possible. And when you see the movie, you will think that everything is possible. It's a movie that makes you to think that you can do anything, and that you can have a real life.

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Louis R.

I found this film difficult to watch. In fact, it is difficult to watch the entire movie, because it is too long. It took me half of the movie to get through it. However, I felt it was important for the movie to be this long. The subject matter is complex, and there are many subplots that don't come together until the end. I think it is important to watch the movie with subtitles. The acting is very well done. This movie is not for the faint of heart. But if you enjoy political dramas, you may want to check it out.

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Arthur Wood

I think that the movie is great and it is one of the best movies I have ever seen. I just saw the movie and I loved it. The plot is good and the movie is good. The actors are great and it is a great movie. The people in the movie are great. The ending is perfect. I love the music and the sound and everything. It is perfect. It is one of my favorite movies.

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Katherine Fuller

This is a fantastic film and a must see for anyone who loves a good true story. Its premise is simple and the acting is also quite superb. Its not an over dramatisation of a real life event, but a very good portrayal of a family at the end of their rope.

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Howard Griffin

I first saw this film on a rainy afternoon in the early 1990's. As a young boy, I watched it for the first time and was blown away by the acting. The story and the acting are two of the best ever put to film. The story, the cinematography and the setting are perfect for this film. The direction is wonderful and I am always a fan of Dardenne's style. The story and acting are so amazing. When you watch this film, you will feel as if you are watching it for the first time. The viewer is transported into the lives of the characters and lives them in their unique way. This film is so amazing. It is so real and so captivating. This film should have won a prize at the Cannes Film Festival. I highly recommend it to everyone.

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Christine Washington

. It's hard to find a movie that you can't simply sit back and watch and enjoy, but with Le Pratique de M.D. in the middle of the film, you just want to jump into the pool and take a dip. You won't be able to do that, but you can see the movie and enjoy the movie. The performances are amazing. You can see and feel everything that happens to the characters, and it's not slow. The scenes are edited well. I can't say much about the story, other than that it's very moving, and it's extremely emotional. And that's what I love about this movie. The acting and the story is incredible. If you love movies, this is a must-see.

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This movie is a rather well done, carefully crafted picture of young women in the 1970s and 80s. The heroine in this film is played by the beautiful Julia Roberts. She is truly brilliant in her portrayal of a woman whose life is being held hostage by a corrupt, controlling husband and the school she attends. She has become emotionally disconnected from her husband and has found it difficult to connect with her classmates. The film is shot beautifully and the editing is top notch. There are no dull moments and the plot moves along at a good pace. The film is very well written and has a very poignant message. This is one of those rare films that I am sure will have a lasting impact on young people and they will learn a lot about what goes on behind the closed doors of high schools. This film deserves to be seen by many people and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Gerald Ferguson

As a "non-professional" film viewer, I found the movie interesting and well done. It is also very different from any other Vietnamese movie I have seen. This is not just another Vietnam movie. It is not about heroes, rebels, or guerrilla warfare. It is about how we perceive ourselves in the world and how we think about ourselves. I would have liked to see more of a deeper story, but I guess that is not something the director wanted to present. I do believe it is a great movie, especially since I have seen it several times. It is definitely a must see.

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Randy A.

I had the great pleasure of watching this film at the Manchester International Film Festival and to my amazement, I was blown away. I am not sure how I have not seen this before but when I found out that it was in competition with so many other excellent films, I was not prepared to miss this one. It is one of those films that you cannot escape from. It is one of those films that you look back at and think, 'What was I thinking about when I was watching it?' But as it is so exceptional, it is difficult to get the same out of it. What is so special about it is that it is so real. It is the story of a young child and the different ways she is able to manipulate the adults around her. The child is never on the surface, her needs are never discussed, she is always doing what she needs to do. I thought the performance by Claire Foy was great and the script was perfect. It is definitely not the best film I have seen, but it is definitely one of the best. I am looking forward to the director's cut, which should be available in June.

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Judith W.

Having never been interested in "pure cinema" (the original kind) I wasn't expecting much from "The Fall", but I was pleasantly surprised. It is indeed a good film. One of the few films that has stood the test of time. Although I never heard of this film before, I have seen it many times over the years and it is still as good as the day it was made. It is a great look at the culture of the Vietnam War. I especially liked the way the characters were "dying" in their own ways. They didn't feel like the characters were part of the audience. As a young woman, I am very familiar with the political climate of the Vietnam War. It is a great movie that shows the conflict that was there in the minds of the people who were in the trenches. The music is perfect, it complements the scenes perfectly. The characters are all very well developed. The actors have all put in a great performance. Some of the scenes are very powerful and bring out the inner conflict in the characters. The actors play it so straight-forward that it really doesn't matter how much emotion is behind the scene. This is not a movie for those who have a problem with violence. There are scenes that are just pure brutality, yet the way the characters are portrayed is very realistic. It is not a "campy" movie. It is a very well-made movie that doesn't go overboard with the gore and violence. It is not for those who don't like movies that are too violent. I believe this film will be remembered for a very long time. This is a very well made film. The acting is great, the camera-work is excellent and the music is great. I loved it. I hope this movie gets the recognition it deserves. I recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys a good drama. 9/10

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Judith Brewer

One of the best films of the year. Loved every second of it.

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Andrew Lucas

The film is based on a play written by French playwright Gabrielle Faucher. Faucher plays the part of Nicole, a young girl who has been raised by her wealthy parents. Nicole meets a man, Pierre, who turns out to be a sailor and his daughter does not want to see him again. The two have a fight, but the end is not what it appears. A very complex story. It is interesting how the young people behave in different situations, their feelings, thoughts, their behaviour, their thoughts and feelings. It is a very difficult film to watch, but also very important.