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La douleur

La douleur is a movie starring Mélanie Thierry, Benoît Magimel, and Benjamin Biolay. Marguerite must navigate through the hardships of the Liberation after losing her husband and starting a relationship with the enemy during the War.

Other Titles
Ból, Smärtan, Memoir of Pain, Μαργκερίτ Ντυράς: Η οδύνη, La Douleur, Bol, あなたはまだ帰ってこない, Memoir of War, Memórias da dor, Marguerite Duras. París 1944
Running Time
2 hours 7 minutes
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Emmanuel Finkiel
Emmanuel Finkiel, Emmanuel Finkiel, Marguerite Duras
Mélanie Thierry, Benoît Magimel, Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet, Benjamin Biolay
Belgium, France, Switzerland
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

Marguerite must navigate through the hardships of the Liberation after losing her husband and starting a relationship with the enemy during the War.

Comments about drama «La douleur» (22)

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Louis H.

This film had a very different tone from the previous film which was almost completely depressing. The film was very dark and I thought the film was sad, sad and sad. I am not a lover of tragedies and I can't say that I enjoyed this film. I thought that I might be interested in seeing this film because the director is Gerard but I was not very interested in seeing this film. There was a lot of violence in this film and it was not enjoyable for me. The film had a very gloomy mood and I thought the film was very depressing and depressing. I think it is a film that should have been more interesting for me to watch. This is a film I don't recommend watching.

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Steven Stewart

A young woman is coming to terms with the fact that she has been estranged from her father for her entire life. Her brother, who is fifteen years older, is a gangster in prison and she will have to make a choice in the end: a life with her brother or one with the police. As the story unfolds, it becomes clear that, despite their mutual distance, the two have always been in love with each other and are willing to give up their lives for each other. When she is about to be arrested, she vows that she will not let him down. This is the climax of this well-told story, told in a way that is both slow-moving and satisfying.

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Andrea Ortiz

A complicated, with a very unique style, it could even be the first film I watch in which I am totally absorbed by it. The film is basically about a teen girl, Ava, who loves to draw and when she becomes pregnant, she feels that she has to go to a very important stage in her life and she decides to go to a very important period in her life, the abortion. There are some other important parts which are talked about, such as the struggles and conflicts Ava has with her father. I thought that it was a very interesting and unique film. I would definitely recommend it, if you are a movie lover or a person who appreciates deep and meaningful cinema. This film is also recommended by other people, like the cinematographer and the cinematographer, and also the director, if you know that, you would be able to appreciate the other film I mentioned above. 8/10

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Jean-Pierre Jeunet's style of editing often takes on a dream-like quality and this is present in all his films. This is the best of his films and certainly the most visually beautiful, with incredible scenery. This is a slow-burning, complicated film with so many questions left unanswered. As the story progresses, I began to feel that there were no clear answers to any of the questions that the story posed. The film does a great job of making you think and keep you wondering. The final scene, in which the main character explains why the film is taking place is absolutely brilliant. I can only say that the film doesn't fall flat because of these "breaks" in the film, because it has a lot to offer. And I don't mean the visual effect, but the overall quality of the film, which is really the highest point. I would definitely recommend this film.

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At the risk of sounding all inconsequential, there's an interesting psychological insight contained in the scenes between the young lovers. They are not in the least confrontational, but instead are simply both in their own, almost disinterested way, mode of dealing with the world. The points of transition between them are entirely unpredictable and fascinating to watch. The mood and visual qualities of the movie are the perfect complement to the underlying psychological complexity. They are dark, yet they also allow us to feel the different light inside of them.

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John L.

The film is one of those that is always on my top ten lists, like "Lovely Madly Dufurrrrry" and "Prisiis" and "The Seventh Seal". It is interesting that the leading actors are from France and yet the film is based in Russia. Another film like this would be "The Edge of Night" which is a great film with the actors from Australia. But in this case the film looks like it was made in Mexico. The film does a good job of showing what happened in the days before the Second World War. The main characters have been told what happened and they know it and they just want to forget it, but it doesn't work. The film also shows that Russian people really do love to believe in miracles and this helps to explain the large number of people who died under Stalin's regime. And when you combine the fantastic setting with great actors and story, you have a film worth seeing.

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Crystal Lane

This movie was very well made. I thought it was very well thought out. It seemed to be very realistic. There were a couple of scenes that made me feel uncomfortable. The main character was very well played. The atmosphere was very realistic and moving. It had a lot of interesting scenes that made me think. This movie is very good.

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Kathy L.

Well, I really liked this movie. The film's a comedy and dramatic film that both work very well together. The movie shows us how the characters are feeling in the present and how their past and present lives influence their current emotions. The acting is superb and the story is very interesting. There is no typical "drama" which I hate to have in a film. The film is slow moving, but that does not matter, it's a very good film. The ending is very good. All in all, the film is very well done and worth watching.

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Brittany Lane

I agree with one of the other comments that "chosen at random" doesn't sound very convincing to me. If I had a really good reason to pick a certain actor, I would pick a different one. And the same goes for the director. I really like Kline, I like (in general) the director, but this movie is too absurd and predictable. And the three characters. I don't like them at all. I think they are really strange and they show the artist way too often. When the mother of the child says, "I think I've had enough of him," I think to myself "Well, you're not really taking in the child, are you? You've already had enough." And when the artist is trying to capture the child's nature, he makes a mistake: The child looks exactly like the artist and you just see him in his drawing. And the way he looks. Very weird. And the way the art is presented in the movie. It's not really artistic, but it's pretty. And the use of a contemporary audience. That's interesting. All in all, it's a good movie, but not a masterpiece.

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Aaron R.

This is a long film, but it's very well made and shot. I think this is about 20 minutes too long, but it's not too long anyway. The acting is pretty good. I'm not sure if the director had to hurry to finish the film, because it gets so good that I couldn't finish it. It's one of those films where you don't want to leave the theater. There is a little bit of violence in it, but not enough to make you cringe. I don't think this is one of the best movies of the year, but I'm not sure if it's a good movie either. If you like real-life dramas, go see it, but don't expect to be blown away. The script is very well written and the direction is well done, but you have to pay attention and pay attention to the direction. There are several parts of the film that are pretty hard to watch, but not as hard as other films that I've seen lately. Overall, I would definitely recommend it to someone who likes a good drama. My rating is 8/10. Thank you for reading.

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Margaret Anderson

I've always been fascinated with the dramas of Jacques Brel, and also his novels. This is an excellent adaptation of a great book. It's also a little bizarre, with some uncomfortable sex scenes, but that is a stylistic choice that serves the plot rather than acting as a distraction. There are moments of emotional intensity, and a really lovely sequence of vignettes (though not without their flaws). It was never meant to be an Oscar-worthy film, but I think it deserves a well-deserved recognition. It is certainly a favorite of mine, and it's a testament to the power of the story that it resonates in ways that others can only dream of. I think this is the first time that a film I had never seen before was so consistently good. A very good film.

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Joan W.

Watching Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne (J and L) play two actors in a play seemed pointless. Now that I have watched the film, I think I am justified in saying that I was wrong. I have never before heard them in a film so convincing and natural. I was literally taken by their work. There are a few good moments, but most of the time I felt their characters were almost overacting. I would have preferred to see the characters do what they really feel, rather than what they think is going to happen. In a sense, it reminds me of Paul Verhoeven's latest, The Traffic. The biggest difference is that The Traffic was a much better film than this film. However, the themes that are explored here are also interesting and quite unique. As in the case of The Traffic, the differences between J and L are based on differences in class. In this case, the differences are the political difference between the classes. The main character, J is the guy who can't read, who doesn't have a father figure to look up to and who is extremely dependent on his mother. He is the one who carries the burden of the family. His mother who teaches him to be a man, for which he will be punished, is the person who teaches him to be a man and gives him the role of a man. He is the one who is the one who is responsible for his father. It's not the case that the mother is also the one who brings up the children. In the film, J's mother has a different role. She does not bring up the children, she teaches them to be men. She is the one who has the responsibility to look up to and teach them to be men. I liked the way that the mother played the role of a woman, both in her clothing and her mannerisms. However, I found it very effective when she taught J to be a man, for she was the one who instilled in him the values and the ways of life that he would have to follow. If you have read the novel, you will know what I am talking about. As a person who has read the novel, I found this film very interesting. However, I am not sure if I will watch it again, since the real story is much better.

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This is a great movie. It's not for everyone. If you're not a fan of American Beauty or if you're a little squeamish about seeing things like sexuality in a western, then this movie might be a bit of a disappointment. However, if you're just looking for a realistic look at life in the 1970s then you should love it.

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Nathan Martin

As a traditional film maker and as a person with a background in the subject, I was especially interested in this movie. A friend of mine asked me to come to the screening at the local community theater. And I really enjoyed the movie, even though it was hard to follow at times, and it was a bit "boring" in some scenes. I thought the acting was very well done, even though the main character's role was not very interesting. I had a hard time following some of the accents in the film, but I still enjoyed it. I think this is a film that anyone would enjoy, regardless of their religious views. It really goes to show that not everyone is created equal, and I think this movie showed that. I think that the subject matter of the movie was great and really got to the point, which is to love God and love one's neighbor, and even to forgive someone who is "abusive" or who has done harm to you. I think this movie shows how God loves everyone, and that God is a loving God and He will forgive even when you don't want to. If you are reading this and are looking for a religious movie that you will enjoy, this is one of the best I have seen.

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Joshua W.

This is my first review here. So, let me start off with saying that this movie was really good. The acting was solid, the story was good, and the ending was really good. But, when I saw the end, I couldn't believe what I was seeing. I was really disappointed. First off, the character of the wife was not very well developed. You never really know what happened to her. We never get to know her, even in flashbacks. And, the reason why the wife killed herself, we never really get to know why. All we see is a woman getting emotional. In fact, there are few scenes that seem to be emotional, but they are just things she's thinking about. The acting in this movie was also not very good. I didn't like the character of the son. I mean, he seemed a bit out of place in the movie. I also thought the kid actor was way too old for the role. The son doesn't seem to fit the character at all. I also didn't like the acting of the actor playing the son. I think that he should be a bit younger, because the child actor seemed a bit too old for the role. Overall, I felt that the acting was not good, the plot wasn't good, the ending was not good, and the story was not good. So, if you like to watch a movie with no action or emotion, this is a good movie to watch. But, if you like to see a movie with emotion, and action, then this is a movie that you should probably skip.

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Once in a while you come across a film that causes a debate. The French film L'Etoile des Chocs (the Childhood of Horses) is a good example of that. It makes people think about the film makers' motivations and feelings. Not a pretty thing to be confronted with. But then it makes the viewer think about the film makers themselves. A film as visceral as this is not to be found in other European countries, at least not in the same cinema halls or on the big screens. The English language is the only other option. The film is obviously a gamble, but the result is very good. You don't see a lot of romantic films like this. But this one is different. It does not show the heroine as a typical good girl, but she is absolutely convinced that what she is doing is right. This is due to a boy in the background who would be a good son, but she believes he is a good boy. This boy is the protagonist. He is the only one who is willing to face the problems and to take the consequences. She loves him unconditionally. The film shows the two of them at their best. There is something very sweet about them, but there is something tragic in the way they come to terms with their loneliness. It's easy to see the changes they go through, and they are doing it without much explanation. The narrative is made more obvious, the dialogue less vague, and the situation is more plausible. It makes for an interesting film. I recommend it, but it is not a film I would watch again. It's hard to find a cinema where you can see it.

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Karen A.

As a longtime, devoted fan of L'Enfant, I was excited when I heard about the production. After watching the movie, I was almost in tears. A major cause of this is that I got to see the actors, some of whom I'd never seen before, in a series of small, character-driven scenes. The character development was really strong and real. I don't care what people say, it's the very essence of this story. It's what makes the characters who they are. I've read that some people saw the movie and found it difficult to "follow". I feel the same way. I didn't read a single character's name and I've never cared for one of the characters, so I don't know how they would have done it. I don't know if they were re-writing their dialog, or if they were being really mean to the director. I watched it again and it is an excellent movie. It is indeed an excellent piece of cinema. I would recommend it to anyone.

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To find a film that is worth your time is a bit of a trick. That is the case with "Brokeback Mountain" and its two male leads. The film's subject matter is a powerful one. Like "Saving Private Ryan" or "Gone With the Wind" this is a film about the values of loyalty, sacrifice and acceptance of oneself and one's environment. Its subplot is about the themes of unrequited love, the quest for self-determination, the inevitability of death and the need for forgiveness and acceptance of others. These themes are combined with the themes of sexual desire, sexual betrayal, violence and rejection. And then the films "Brokeback Mountain" and "Saving Private Ryan" come together to form a great story of friendship, betrayal, courage and redemption. I really enjoyed this film. The acting, directing, cinematography and editing were all top notch. In addition to the acting the cinematography of the film is absolutely superb. The use of color and light, and the use of depth of field in the camera shots are both amazing. The way the film was shot and edited was equally impressive. "Brokeback Mountain" is an excellent film and I recommend it to anyone who appreciates a good film. I am only sorry I did not see it in the theater. I think it is a perfect film.

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Catherine G.

First of all, the characters are quite natural, so you can almost forget the story is even going on. It is a very minimalistic film. It just follows the way a person feels in the moments that he feels the most alive, that he feels the most passionate, that is most vulnerable. It also shows how people have different motivations. At times, I was at the edge of my seat, but I don't think that it's really necessary. I think the movie will not be for everyone, but for those that like the minimalistic films, it's a must see. I was quite impressed by how the camera was used to show a life of another person. It was an excellent way to show how people live their lives, in a rather simple way. The actors are really good, they really have a great sense of acting. Some of them have not been that good, but it is the second season of one of the most popular TV series in France, so I guess they have already been doing that for a while. I think the reason why people were having such a problem with the film is the cast, not the script. I think people were complaining that the actors were not the best they could be, but I think they did really good, and I think they really do deserve an Oscar. If you have not seen it, I strongly recommend it, I think that it will really improve your life.

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I didn't like this movie much but i have to admit that the actor played the role well.I like the idea of the story and i like the movie.If the movie wasn't so slow at some points,it could have been better. I would say it's a movie for people who are into a mystery story or the events of a family who has a secret.

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Cynthia Hansen

In this high-profile film, the major players are some of the leading French filmmakers of the time, including the director, and writer, both of whom are still living. This is a very informative and entertaining film about the influence of the French directors on film-making and the French popular culture. The directors play many roles in the film, but the most important one is the director of photography. He was known as the first man to shoot a film that was his own creation, and now the film is called a documentary. The story is about a group of working-class youths who live in a rundown building in the suburbs. They are all drug addicts and live in a constant state of anger and violence. These youths are ready to use violence on anyone who gets in their way. One day, the young people decide to show their anger on the camera and let the film be a part of it. This begins a series of films that are shot in black-and-white. The film makers portray the people in this group in such a way that you can't see any kind of ideology behind it. The film is quite shocking in that way. The film is not for everyone, but for those who like the thought of an idea of violence against other people, this is a great film to watch. The film starts to get a bit dull, and gets a bit boring at the end, but for those who like the idea of violence against other people, this film is a great one.

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Brian H.

I loved this movie! I had to keep reminding myself that it was a "horror" movie, because that's how I remembered it. I thought it was a fantastic movie. I have to say, though, that it was hard to stay awake. I don't know how this movie could be called a horror movie if it was actually true. But anyway, I had to keep reminding myself that it was a horror movie because I couldn't stop thinking about the characters and the movie. It was one of those movies that I would recommend to anyone that hasn't seen it.