Anschauen 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
Eşanlamlılar, シノニムズ, Sinónimos, Συνώνυμα, Sinónimos: Un israelí en París, Eş Anlamlılar, Synonimy, Sinonimi, Sinonimai, Synonyms, Milim Nirdafot
Running Time
2 hours 3 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Comedy
Nadav Lapid
Nadav Lapid, Haim Lapid
Uria Hayik, Quentin Dolmaire, Louise Chevillotte, Tom Mercier
France, Germany, Israel
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A young Israeli man absconds to Paris to flee his nationality, aided by his trusty Franco-Israeli dictionary.

Comments about drama «Synonymes» (3)

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Robert G.

It's one of those movies that are so high on purpose, but when you finally get to the end, you're like "Oh, okay, that was cool." There are a few scenes in this movie that are incredibly funny, but when it comes down to it, they're just not that funny. It's like they wanted to make a "funny" movie, but the jokes don't work. I think the most hilarious thing about this movie is how the lead character, who was always fighting her mental illness, and then just breaks down, when she finds out her boyfriend is cheating on her. It's so real and believable. It's not something that happens all the time, but it's something that happens to real people. And also, the way the actress did her lines. That was something that I couldn't help but like, and it was really really good. Overall, I think this movie was good, but it's not something that I would watch again.

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Helen Fields

I'm not sure if you would call this a movie or a "docu-drama", but it's definitely a comedy-drama with a serious message. I saw this movie in January, and I'm very impressed by its quality and its simplicity. It is a non-linear film, so if you're a fan of linear films, you might not like it, but if you're not, you'll definitely enjoy it. The story is about a young man who is a "martial arts champion" (like it says in the title), but he's a bit of a loser, and a little bit weird. He lives with his mother (played by another Brazilian, Ana Patricia de Almeida) and her daughter (played by Mariana de Castro), who has a similar personality to his mother's (Bruno Cataldo). The mother is a professional singer and a mother of two young boys. She has also a tattoo on her arm, which says that she is a dancer, but she's very serious about her career. She's a bit weird in some ways, but she cares for her son. One day, the son and his girlfriend meet the mother's daughter, and the daughter asks her father if he'll pay for her to go to the contest to be a "martial arts champion". The mother and father don't know what to do, so they decide to let the girl go, and take the son with them. This seems like an easy thing to do, but at the same time, it is risky. The mother and father are still trying to come to terms with the fact that the daughter is pregnant. The father is worried about the fact that he'll never see his daughter again, and the mother is worried about the fact that her daughter will become a "martial arts champion". They're not sure how to deal with their daughter. Meanwhile, the son and his girlfriend go to the same dance class, and the daughter gets upset because she doesn't like the dance. They all meet each other, and they get to know each other. One of the best things about this movie is that it doesn't make a lot of mistakes. There's a lot of really funny moments, but there are also a lot of really funny moments. The director, Fernando Meirelles, doesn't try to make it funny in a lot of ways, but rather he makes a very serious story that will keep you on your toes. He does this by making a lot of unexpected turns, and by using very serious subjects. He doesn't make the story really funny, but he makes it very serious, so the audience will always be on their toes. I thought the movie was very good, and I think it's worth watching.

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This movie is one of my favorites. I think that it is very underrated. I would definitely recommend it to anybody who is interested in the development of drugs, or is a fan of Dafoe or Williams. This movie is a must see!