In the 1950s, Louise left her husband when their children were still little. She was never heard from again. Her daughter Martine stayed in the small seaside town, where she became a doctor. Martine's daughter, Audrey, a thirty-year-old independent woman, returns to visit her parents. By chance, she finds a notebook that belonged to her grandmother, a diary that may at last explain her departure. Will it reveal the things left unsaid, that have altered the relationships within the heart of the family ever since? In it, will Audrey find answers to the questions that she is asking herself about her own future?
Writer:Sophie Hiet, Julie Lopes-Curval (screenplay), Ludovic du Clary (story editor)
Pregnant and living in Canada, Audrey visits her parents in the small French town of her birth. Over the holiday, she comes to learn the story of the grandmother who gave up her family, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Gabriel K (fr) wrote: A hilarious dark comedy that doesn't take itself too seriously. While it may not be entirely original, it has all the ingredients mixed in just the right proportions to be thoroughly enjoyable, especially if you're a fan of Cohen brothers.
Tara H (es) wrote: Andrea Arnold's first film, very good though not great like her follow-up, Fish Tank. I liked how Red Road plays with our expectations of heroes and villains.
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Laura L (mx) wrote: Maybe it's a heavy bout of nostalgia, but there is something, maybe everything, in this film that sticks.
Cody Y (au) wrote: I was totally against seeing this and by the end I kind of loved it.
Chris M (au) wrote: Really slow, but incredible scenery. Amazing how people can survive there - even more amazing that some willingly live there.
BSH n (br) wrote: Comedy starring Hilary Duff as Kelly Collins, an artistic, fashion-minded teen who's forced to go from flashy fab to olive drab at her new step dad's military academy. As the clumsiest, most clueless recruit ever to botch basic training, Kelly seems to be fighting an uphill battle to fit in. But it's all-out war when she butts head with Cadet Captain Stone (Christy Carlson Romano), a tough-as-nails, by-the-book 'commanding officer' determined to break her spirit. See how once-carefree Kelly keeps it together amidst endless rules and regulations to win Stone's respect, and still manages to leave her own unique mark on the school.
Dave C (br) wrote: When it comes to a kids movie it is a classic for any adult and is mega finny for amy age. As good as it gets. It will be a favorite among the whole family. Right up there with osmosis jones and mulan
Ryan S (br) wrote: While it certainly earns its "classic" status in many ways, not everything about the movie holds up well.
Al M (jp) wrote: From the director of Onibaba, Kuroneko is a masterpiece of early Japanese horror cinema and a testament to the power of Japan's influence upon the genre. More creepy and atmospheric than most Bava or Hammer horror films of the era, Kuroneko explores the horrors of war and familial separation in a truly disturbing manner that simultaneously explores the dark underbelly of the human psyche. Bizarre, surrealistic, and twisted, Kuroneko is a true masterpiece of horror cinema that outshines most of the horror product produced in the west during the time.
Hiatt N (us) wrote: The power is not in the understated romance or the compelling drama (although they are both magnificent), but more in the calm and poetic language of the film. Scenes flow together naturally, linked by an extremely likable narrator, and the filmmaker seems dedicated to capturing the tenderness between characters. The movie is not like other highly sympathetic films; it doesn't grab you by the throat, but rather allows you to ease yourself into the lives of this strange little family, and you do so with ease and pleasure. On a side note: it is clear that the actual physical film has not been well cared for, and there are some very obvious spots of damage and mistreatment, but this is easy enough to ignore.
Timothy P (fr) wrote: More Opera than film, this might be Leone's best. Should be in everyone's list of 10 best films. Henry Fonda as the bad guy. Priceless.