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Ce qui nous lie

Ce qui nous lie is a movie starring Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, and François Civil. After a 10 year absence, Jean returns to his hometown when his father falls ill. Reuniting with his sister Juliette and his brother Jérémie, they have...

Other Titles
Entre viñedos, Le Vent, Ritorno in Borgogna, 30 printemps, Back to Burgundy, Vår vingård i Bourgogne, Aquilo Que Nos Une, Vīns un vējš, Vores vingård i Bourgogne, Ba'khazara le'Burgundy, O Que nos Liga, Svaiginanti Burgundija, Nuestra vida en la Borgoña, Le Vin et le vent, おかえり、ブルゴーニュへ, Επιστροφή στην Βουργουνδία, Deux moi, Ce qui nous noue, Retour en Bourgogne, Der Wein und der Wind, Nasz najlepszy rok, Viinitilamme Ranskassa, De regreso a Borgoña, El viñedo que nos une
Running Time
1 hours 53 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Comedy, Drama
Cédric Klapisch
Jean-Marc Roulot, Santiago Amigorena, Cédric Klapisch
François Civil, Ana Girardot, Pio Marmaï, Jean-Marc Roulot
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 a 10 year absence, Jean returns to his hometown when his father falls ill. Reuniting with his sister Juliette and his brother Jérémie, they have to re-build their relationship and trust as a family again.

Comments about comedy «Ce qui nous lie» (23)

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Janice C.

This movie is based on the real story of the full-time life of Michael Mabanaco, the manager of a famous public bath. The movie was directed by Luc Besson, a director who is known for his dark, more serious and even darker themes. The storyline is like a half-thousand pages of French history, but with a kind of a surreal and surreal feel. The performances are good, as they are for the movie. The only thing that the movie lacks is the perfection of the cinematography, because of the blurry photo-style. That is probably the main reason for the movie not being rated as high as other films of this genre. To be honest, the story is not bad at all, but there are certain parts which have to be better interpreted. But overall, it is a very good movie, with a lot of good things and great parts. For me, this is a perfect 7/10.

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Dylan H.

The movie is about the childhood of a Jewish girl that lived in France. A woman in her 40's with a daughter that is an adult woman. The woman meets this girl and is confused by her daughter. She knows that she needs to understand her daughter but can't because she has a "gag-whipped" daughter. This movie could have been much better. It started good, there were some good laughs but it really lacked for the end. The female lead is so unpleasant to watch but even she was a good actress. There are a few times when the movie is really funny but for the most part, it just doesn't work. It's very episodic and doesn't know where it wants to go.

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It is not always easy to write about this type of films. The genre is not just the usual arthouse film or a European film but the work of a single person who can show the effects of time and the darkness of the soul. It is the best example for me of the uniqueness of film noir and the variety that can be produced from that style. This film is a masterpiece. It shows the fall of a person from the pressures of his world and the efforts he takes to protect it. It is the culmination of a human journey, a struggle of the very human, the very human. The only possible negatives that I have read about this movie are that it is too long and has too much music and that the movie is too slow paced. But I must say, that is not the case. The movie is too slow paced to keep my attention for that long. The movie has it's moments of sharp dialog and of excellent acting. If you like the stuff I mentioned above you should see it.

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It is definitely a worthy watch. I think it is a well made film and the cast really brought the film to life. I loved it. It is funny, and a little bit sad. There is a lot of character development with all the characters, and I think it will be a good watch for people who are looking for a little bit of a different sort of film. It's definitely not one that is for everybody, and I think the women are going to hate it. There is a lot of swearing, but I think that is the point. You have to think about it and think about it.

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Gerald Schneider

A serious French-French-Belgian-Italian movie, but a little bit of French, a little bit of Belgium and some Italians, this movie was not bad but it was also very predictable. The main character is a very poor little writer who seems to have no other direction for his life. The woman he married was a successful and beautiful Italian actress and the only two things that may still influence his life are the French language and the love of his father. He seems to be with his wife, a very beautiful woman, and to be on his way to being very wealthy. But he is also in love with his father and wishes to leave this woman. He is also living a strange and unimportant way. I did not care much about the other characters in this movie and the actors could have been better. This movie could have been a good movie, but it is not and is not very good. I still give it a 7.but not a great one.

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Although these are two very different films, the main characters are very similar. The film is set in a prison where a group of convicts have been held for years without being accused of a crime. The film begins with some banter between the group as they continue their days together, one of the gang members declares that he does not want to end his days in prison, or in prison at all, but a life of crime. He uses the word "waste". He is someone who could easily end up a serial killer. A serial killer. He is not an innocent prisoner, he has done far worse than this, and there is a lot more to the story. I am sorry, but I found this film quite depressing. I found it hard to watch the characters who have been in prison for years, and who are sad to end up there, and I also found it hard to watch the inner turmoil the prisoners go through, for the purpose of having a story that is at least somewhat interesting. This film is definitely an unusual film. It is far more intelligent than most people would expect. It is far from "just another prison film". The acting in this film was brilliant. The acting is more realistic and intelligent than most films. The actors used expressions that were far more intelligent and believable than most people would expect, and some were very convincing in their acting. Although the acting is brilliant, it is not the best acting in the world. There are other movies that are better, and this movie is not one of them. The plot is very complex. Some things in the film are very good. The story is intriguing. Some of the film is very good, some of the story is very bad. Overall, I think it is worth watching, but I think that it is better to watch it knowing that it is a very different film than the usual prison drama. This is the first film of the director Romain Duris and it is really a very good film. The film has great cinematography, excellent production design, and a very good sound track. I think this film is worth watching, but I am not going to recommend it to anyone. There are no big stars in this film, and there is no Oscar winning actor. The film is worth watching for Romain Duris, but I think that it is better to watch it knowing that it is a very different film. I am not going to say anything else about this film, because I think that if you are going to watch this film, you will probably enjoy it, but there is no big star here

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This film is a strange mix of narrative and observation of the comings and goings of young people in the Netherlands during the late 1990s. The film is a bit ambitious in that it basically takes a step back and makes an analytical account of the ever-changing face of a society that seems to have abandoned any real cohesion. It is a French film about a Dutch film. Which is a good thing because the film is very French. It is not exactly like "the rain that fell on the french, the Englishmen and the Englishwomen." It is more of a working class drama and a political critique of the Dutch 'neo-liberal' discourse. In its own way it is very similar to "the guard who killed the cat," which is another commentary on the Dutch "neo-liberal" discourse. It is about Dutch teens in 'semi-autonomous' communities who try to behave according to the Dutch political doctrine. The film is mostly set in the Dutch Amsterdam and this was a big challenge for the director, Dirk Dries.

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Now when I say that this movie is beautiful, I don't mean it's a comedy, or I don't mean it's a drama, or whatever. I mean it's a beautifully executed film. What is beautiful about it? Well, the performances. Not really a lot of great one-liners, or anything, but I like how they portrayed the characters. Hilarious and pathetic, yet good. Great acting is what you want when watching this movie. The movie itself is good, but the performances are just fantastic. I don't really know what to say about the acting. I mean, it's hard for me to even call it acting. I don't even know if it was good or not, I just know that it was better than the movie itself. There's just something about it. To be honest, the acting in this movie isn't really that great. Even though the actors really nailed the roles, I really feel like the movie was just a little overrated and a little underrated. This is a great movie, but it's definitely not a good movie. You have to watch it at least once, but don't expect too much from it, because it's not a movie that's gonna make you laugh or make you cry. It's a decent movie, but it's definitely not a masterpiece.

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As a jean clothing vendor, Tejon is told by the well to keep quiet about his labor crisis. But Tejon soon finds he cannot keep quiet anymore. The situation is worsening, the only way to buy a skirt is by the dollars, and the workers can only be paid in dollars. Tejon feels the situation is completely hopeless and is out of luck. He and his brother decide to take matters into their own hands, so Tejon can buy a skirt for his brother. That's when Tejon decides to finally let his customers know about his plight. This movie has a few good laughs, and when I say good I mean good. There are some funny and happy scenes, but most of the time, the scenes are quite bleak and depressing. The director manages to keep the mood consistent. I believe there is an opportunity for a lot more humor in this film, but for now, I don't think it will be a success. I guess the whole thing is not as dark as it could be. The director makes us laugh a lot, but he doesn't make us cry too. There are a few good emotions that were quite important in the film. One example: when Tejon finds out he needs the money from his customers, he cries. Other good moments are when Tejon has a fight with his brother, he shows his contempt for the customers. He really shows his feelings and tells them what he feels about them. The real acting is done by some actors who have experience in film. Jean Dujardin, Laurent Barrin, and Yves Tanguy show their acting skills, but I think the best performances are done by the female lead, Kseniya Baburinova. She shows a lot of emotion, a lot of determination, and a lot of funny. Her role is a little bit tragic, but she always keeps the screen with a smile. For me, she deserves an Oscar nomination, and she may just do. She has some scenes where she shines in this movie, and those scenes really are very good. I give this movie an 8 out of 10. The best part of this film is that it is about labor and prices. There is a lot of humor, some positive emotions, and some sadness. The director is working very well. The actors are doing very well. This film is worth seeing, but I can't help thinking that this movie is not all that successful. I think that the studio wouldn't be able to make another film like this, so I don't know how long the director will keep this style

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Austin C.

It was a truly funny movie. I haven't seen a movie that was so much fun to watch. The film had a good story, so many likable characters and some really funny parts too. It is the story of the rivalry between two funny con artists: Christian Lassonde and Bernie Skarsgard. The plot is basically the story of how these two guys meet, the rise of friendship and their clash with each other. The actors are really good, especially Lassonde. Some scenes were also really funny. It is a really funny movie, very real and interesting. It is a nice romantic comedy. I recommend it to all of you guys, it is really funny, it makes you feel so alive. I recommend it to you, you won't regret it.

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Jeremy H.

This is a wonderful film, shot in the hopes of capturing the general mood of the world. You don't have to know anything about the World Trade Center event to enjoy this film, which is directed by a very British and very successful director - so I'm not comparing the two. I was surprised by how well he handled the subject matter. I was reminded of a story I saw recently about a new breed of junk food in France - what happened to the flavor of the days gone by? And there was no denying that the images in this film were quite powerful, even if the story was not. I hope to see this filmmaker continue his work, as I hope to see his film, "I Am Legend" - one of the best films I've seen this year.

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Kathy H.

Ah, a great French comedy. Don't try to understand it. The comedy is too simple. Not to say that the movie is not interesting, but don't expect the whole movie to be about laughs. The story itself is a farce. I do not want to spoil it for you. And what would you expect a story of this kind to be? A simple one? No. The first 20 minutes are interesting, as are the last 20. The story is only a simple political one. But it is very, very funny. And also quite sad. I am sorry that the plot was not more interesting. I don't want to talk about the plot. It is very, very simple. But the humor is really enjoyable. This movie is a must see. A comedy that is not afraid to be negative and funny. You will not regret the ticket price. Although the entertainment value is very, very low. But it is not completely useless. The subject is very very simple, but the humor is quite funny. And it is a must see. A very, very funny movie. 7/10

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Samuel S.

I've watched this movie many times, for better and worse. But it's in no way my favorite film of all time. The first time I watched it, I was blown away by its raw humanity. Now, having read the book I can tell that the filmmakers didn't just come up with an excuse to show the grueling details of human existence and pain. Instead, they decided to show them as deeply and well as they can, and still make them feel at home. The film feels much more like a documentary than a fiction piece, but even then the reality is so clear and the characters are so beautifully drawn that it's difficult to take your eyes off the screen. You just need to know that this is how it's all really went down, and the emotional connection is there. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in human nature, who wants to see people in a more realistic light.

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Evelyn C.

I love the films of François Ozon. For this one, I was quite curious because I knew that the film was made in Marseille. I hadn't seen it in a long time, and it was a huge letdown. In this case, I was only a little surprised. There is nothing wrong with this film; there is simply nothing particularly new or interesting about it. It has a nice cast, and there is a certain amount of atmosphere, but it's really nothing very memorable. There are a few touching scenes, but not a lot, and I just don't care about any of them. In fact, I have not seen the film in a long time, so maybe I was a little biased, but it is a film I would like to see again.

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I'm really pleased with this movie, it's my favourite of the lot! An absurd, but funny comedy. The only problem I had was the ending, that's the only problem. The rest of the movie is great, the jokes are great, the story is great, the music is great, everything is great. It's a very nice movie. It's a good mix between comedy, drama, romance and a bit of drama mixed in. So if you're into that kind of movies, this is the one to watch.

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Frank Olson

During the World War II, a young woman seeks refuge with a family of blind German soldiers. Upon being told of their war crimes, she embarks on an unlikely journey. She soon meets a Jewish doctor, together with a woman who has also been in a war zone. The pair struggle to overcome the prejudices and circumstances, and find a way to find a place of their own. A French-Canadian production, the film follows the difficult path of a woman trying to escape from her past. As a result of her experience with war, she seeks to help her relatives cope with the same problems. The film runs for two hours, and the script is written by the director (Lucien Cleary) and his wife (Luana Brancaccio). The cast is full of familiar faces: Valeria Golino, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Benoit Magimel, Philippe Rousselot, Lise Trintignant and Benoit Poelvoorde, and has many interesting and familiar names. The visuals are stunning, and the soundtrack is also well done. Despite this being a work of a Canadian director, it is sometimes difficult to understand the British accents. The film is frequently visually stimulating, and contains many artistic touches. It is also extremely moving. Despite its complexity, the film is entertaining and has many moving scenes.

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Lauren Cox

This film will always be a nice escape from the everyday. A little thing, that does nothing.a bit. Although it is a rather charming story and a lot of good feelings in it.but it doesn't have anything else. It's one of those movies that will not give you anything more than a good hour and a half.

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Christine N.

With the power of one movie, you can come out of the theater, the audience has been prepared, you are actually shocked when it comes to the final scene and you feel that you have really been knocked out of the system. The very truth of life, what the people have to do to survive, all the little things, all of it, its so fascinating, and in a way it's almost religious. Also the way its filmed, you feel like you are right there with them. I think that the film will give you a much different perspective on life, it's just beautiful.

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George K.

Some films are so rich in content that they can stand on their own. This is one of those films. This film gives you one thing. No, not much, but it gives you something. Yes, I can see why it made such a great impression on me. In the beginning of the film, the opening titles start up, you see a copy of a modern day newspaper clipping of your future, a famous picture of a young, attractive, muscular man with a full figure and nice eyes. The people walking by look at him with disgust, look at him like he is an animal, then they look at the picture of him, they are disgusted. Then they walk past him again and look at him. They don't really care, they just stare. Then they talk, they gossip, and then they talk again. The man gets a new newspaper clipping, and all these people are upset because it shows what a disgusting animal he is. They are angry. He looks like he is just having a good time, he likes it, he even sleeps in his car. The newspaper clipping explains everything. He gets called a monster and he doesn't like it. All his friends are angry with him. He gets called a freak and a freak will get him in trouble. His parents are worried, his father hates him, his mother has nothing good to say about him. The only people who have any idea of what is going on are the newspaper clipping writers. This man must die, they all say. He gets better treatment and gets a new newspaper clipping, and they all start getting angry at him. This man wants to keep his new newspaper clipping, he wants to show how terrible he is, he wants to give people the opportunity to see him as the ugly freak they are called. He has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, he is running out of options. The only thing he can think of is to kill himself, but he doesn't want to do it. He just wants to end his suffering. That is where the film ends. The ending was rather good. I was pleasantly surprised at how the film ended. This was a good film. The first film I have seen that had a happy ending was The Favourite. But this film ended differently. It ended in an interesting way. This film is similar in it's content to just about every film of the last decade. In the beginning of the film, it starts out with a man who looks like he is just having a good time, he does not want to die, he does not want to be sick,

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Parisian street urchin and co-worker of petit singer Elio (Yves Portenoy), Julien (Philippe Rousselot), has been branded as a "moron" and "pinko" by an estranged family member. No matter, because he, like the rest of the family, is starting to reevaluate his life. He's still keeping his job in the supermarket, but, unlike his co-worker, he has forgotten what it's like to make a living. In his novel "Everything After," a memoir of his childhood, he describes his own turn-of-the-century journey into the strange world of Parisian intellectuals and their squalid dwellings and how, at the same time, he was swept up by a new romance and made aware of how much he had missed the place where he grew up. Now, in his mid-twenties, the twentysomething Julien is finding himself drifting away from the youthful sensations of Paris and the school of literary intellectual he used to associate with. Like many young people in Paris, he now lives with his divorced parents, takes care of the home and earns a living from a sub-contractor, but these days, he's not quite sure what he wants. Not only is his wife with another man, but, for the first time in his life, he has no desire to be single. He has learned that his childhood idol, painter Gaston Leroux, was more than just a painter. He also saw that artists really do know how to be artists, but, in his case, they have become more like architects than artists. He's got a change of heart, but he still does not know how to live on his own. Julien gets involved with another student, who is a child actress. He falls in love with the child, and, with some success, takes her to a place where they can spend the night. That night, they're greeted by the student's parents, who have come to get the child out of the house. The next morning, the director, Julie Gayet, opens the door to a strange world. The adults have become part of the décor, the child actors are set on stage and in costumes, and the décor director and her assistant, the rich husband of the child, have hired actors to represent the children in a play that they are to play themselves. The play has become a way of life for the actors. In the same way that life in the 60s has become a drag in the 80

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If this movie were titled "The Great French Rhapsody", it would be a masterpiece. It is very difficult to find a French movie that is more artfully composed and more endearing than this one. I feel that the same quality can be found in "Monsieur Hire", a French film by a French woman that has been highly praised, and that is how I will judge the film "The Great French Rhapsody". I think that it is worth a viewing. 7.5/10

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Linda C.

The movie has such a good overall look and feel that you feel like you're watching a real documentary about the people in the documentary. That is, there's very few "Hollywood" moments and they are very real. It's a great piece of work and I highly recommend it. I'm sure that most people are aware that this is an autobiographical story and so the acting is good. But the directing is also very good. The subjects in the documentary all say so very well what they are going through and their lives in general are very interesting and interesting. The documentary is kind of full of light and the people in it don't seem to be to well off. Some of the people who are interviewed are very generous with their stories, and it's really touching and the last 20 minutes is one of the best I've ever seen in a documentary.

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Donald Lewis

I have a whole lot of respect for the people who are worried about the subject matter of this movie. I do, too, but I have never heard of Richard Gere before. However, I did hear of him from a brief glimpse in a few reviews of the film, and his name was mentioned again and again. I have to say I have been living under a rock since I saw the film. I couldn't find anything about Richard Gere that wasn't obvious to me. I guess I was afraid it would be a dud, but it was surprisingly good. Maybe I just didn't pay attention to the plot. The acting was pretty good, but not great. William H Macy was very good. I liked the fact that he was up against John Malkovich who was definitely the best of the three. He was very impressive. I was impressed with the portrayal of his character. He was very convincing. I also found John Turturro's performance very convincing. I didn't think it was Oscar worthy, but it was good. This film was certainly not an Oscar worthy movie. I like movies that are not Oscar worthy and this one fits the bill. I think it was really good and a film that will definitely be remembered for the next couple of years. It is interesting that the people who were worried about the topic of the movie actually said they liked it and they were worried about the subject matter of the movie.