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Mes provinciales

Mes provinciales is a movie starring Andranic Manet, Diane Rouxel, and Jenna Thiam. Etienne comes to Paris from Lyon to study cinema, meets many new friends and falls under the thrall of the mysterious Mathias.

Other Titles
Párizsi tanulmányok, Oppivuodet pariisilaisittain, A Paris Education, Z perspektywy Paryza, Paryzietiskas auklejimas, Paris 8
Running Time
2 hours 17 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jean-Paul Civeyrac
Jean-Paul Civeyrac
Gonzague Van Bervesseles, Andranic Manet, Jenna Thiam, Diane Rouxel
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Etienne comes to Paris from Lyon to study cinema, meets many new friends and falls under the thrall of the mysterious Mathias.

Comments about drama «Mes provinciales» (18)

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Jonathan B.

This is a great movie. It's funny, it's sad, it's funny-but most of all it's a movie about life. The protagonist is a good guy, a young, intelligent and self-reliant man, who lives in a town that has no money, no power, no work. He is a good kid, but the world is not good, and the people are not good. It's a depressing movie. The main character is not very likable. He is a good guy, but he's a bad guy. He is a realist. He knows that the world isn't fair, and that the people are not good. He has a heart, and he is a good guy. This is the truth. It's very, very powerful. This is a movie about life, about the real, the true. And it's very, very sad, but it's very, very good. It's a very sad movie, but it's very, very good.

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I just saw this film at the Tribeca Film Festival. The story is great. It takes place in a small town in southern Mexico, where the rich and the poor live side by side. The young man is a drug dealer, and the older man has a wife and a child. The younger man is also a drug dealer, but is looking for a better life. It is a movie about the future of Mexico, and how the poor and the rich will be divided. The story is also a story of love and friendship. I hope that this film will be able to win some awards, because I think it deserves it. I also think that the cast was great, and I was very surprised with the young actors who played the characters. The story was good and the acting was good. It was a good movie. The actors and actresses did a great job. I recommend it to people who like films about Mexico and the future of Mexico. It is a good movie. 8/10

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Helen G.

One of the most important works of Mexican cinema, "The Loop" tells the story of a woman (Cecilia Roth) who takes care of her mentally-retarded son, who is not allowed to have friends. She is continually fed by her neighbor (Alfred Molina) who repeatedly saves her life. He refuses to become a doctor, but instead refuses to treat her mentally-disabled son. And, through his conversations with her, he starts to discover that he himself is not normal, and that he has also been the victim of a kind of social injustice. This is a powerful, but mysterious movie. It is powerful because of the nature of the characters and because of the tremendous beauty and grace of the Mexican landscape. The music is haunting, and I believe that it belongs to the same tradition of Mexican folk songs that have influenced some of the more modern films. The script is very well constructed, but it is difficult to relate to the characters in the way that I did not, since I had never seen any of the Mexican films that include these characters. What this film shows is a kind of morality play, and it is one that is particularly difficult to understand. I think that the message is one of forgiveness, and it is perhaps a message that most people would not be able to fully understand.

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Arthur G.

As the title says, I think this is a good movie to watch. It's not a masterpiece, but it's a very good movie, with a very good ending. I don't think this is a movie that will win any awards. The story is not complicated, but it's very clear, very well developed, and very moving. The acting is very good. I liked the movie a lot. I hope you'll like it as well. If you haven't seen it, I recommend that you watch it.

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Alan R.

A good film to watch if you have anything but a highbrow education. It's about a couple of prisoners and their survival after a fire. It is not an action thriller but it is a journey into the minds of the two prisoners. It's also about a prison uprising and how the men deal with it. This film has a realistic depiction of people who are on the run. It also explores the reality of a fire that kills a lot of people and how this affects a man and his love for his wife and children. The prison uprising was one of the biggest shocks in Spanish history and it should have been because there was no mainstream media coverage. The real news and the social commentary of this film is the details of the fire that killed a lot of people. The prison uprising was the most shocking event in Spanish history and it should have been recognized because it was a very important event in the history of Spain.

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A fantastic and moving film, which it was stated has inspired quite a few to do similar projects. A story of love, friendship, lost loved ones and the futility of trying to find meaning in our lives. This is one of those films that is so well done it is hard not to feel the sense of helplessness and the despair of this film. I would highly recommend this film.

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Nicholas Carpenter

I saw this movie at the 10th Sao Paulo International Film Festival. I thought the film was pretty good, and it had many surprising elements, but I was really disappointed by the end. The movie was based on a book by David Nóbrega, who wrote the novel "Si se puede", and he told us that he did not like the book, but that was his mistake. So the director of the movie, Alicia Baudonia, told us that she was planning to do a sequel, but she didn't, so he was not able to see that movie. The director was able to tell us the sequel, which I was really disappointed about, because I expected the movie to be much better than the first one, because I felt that it was a little bit too sad. I felt that the end was very sad, because I didn't like the ending. In my opinion, the movie could have been a lot better. The movie was okay, but I could have been more satisfied. I gave the movie an 8, because the movie was very interesting. I think that it is a good movie for people who are fans of films from Mexico, because there is a lot of influence that the Mexican director had on the movie.

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Alexander S.

At first, I was skeptical about the movie. However, I am happy to say that I loved it. I thought it was great and very good. I will not reveal the ending. I was thinking that it would end with an explosion, and then it would have been over. But it was much more. I thought the movie was very realistic. I have never seen a movie that depicted a man who just wanted to have a normal life with his family and friends. He was not a fanatic. He was a normal guy who just wanted to have a normal life with his family and friends. I am glad that this movie is not available in the US.

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Jose Thompson

My wife and I enjoyed this movie. We loved the fact that it was shot and edited in Mexico. I think the acting was top notch, and the music was very good. I've only seen this movie once before, but I'm sure I will. We feel that it is worth more than any film, and is a great movie for young people to watch. It can be understood by anyone over the age of 8, but I think it would be helpful for younger children to see the movie first. The movie really shows the hardships that people go through. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who loves movies. We will be purchasing this movie and will definitely watch it again. We also will be purchasing a DVD of this movie, as it has so much to offer. I would say that this movie is worth a purchase, and it is definitely worth a second viewing.

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Sandra Dixon

To those who say that this is a perfect movie: do not. It is the story of a family that lived in the same village and that lived in the same house for generations. The family is torn apart by the sudden death of one of the siblings. In the very same village there is a young boy who is torn by a family crisis. The mother has to take care of her children in the same house while her husband is away. The father is extremely unhappy with his daughter-in-law and wants to get rid of her. The daughter-in-law leaves him to go to a better life. The family struggles to find a new way of life and a new life for the son. The son does not have a mother to care for him and he tries to make his mother understand. The son also tries to make his mother understand the situation in his life. It is a very interesting movie and is worth watching.

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Barbara Rodriguez

An experimental and sometimes surrealistic film from Argentina, filmed on location in the municipality of Música. This is not your average horror film. It's dark, mysterious and has a number of surrealistic sequences. It is an example of a new experimental style in Latin America, which is quite common in films like "Invincibles" and "Desperado". The film is shot in black and white, which is often symbolic of a time in the film's history. The scene where the father visits the girl's house is in black and white, which is a nod to Antonioni's "Casablanca". The film is full of metaphors and symbolism, and in many scenes, you'll find yourself thinking. The director, Juan Jose Garcia, wants to explore the nature of human being. You can really feel that his is a film about what happens to people when they lose touch with their instincts and their humanity. The ending is quite philosophical, and almost the same as in Antonioni's "Casablanca". The performances are pretty good, and the cinematography is very good. I recommend it to anyone who likes a film with more philosophical and surrealistic moments than typical horror films. I highly recommend this film.

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The most recent film I have seen by this director is "The Kid", which is an extremely powerful film, in which the main character is a young boy who is sexually abused by his stepfather, and who tries to cope with it by masturbating and self-mutilating. This film is a lot more graphic, but also more believable and realistic. The director, Luis Poncelet, is also a very talented film maker, and I think he should try to make more films like this one.

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Alice Dean

I liked the movie very much. It's a decent picture. It has a strong story and good performances. The script is great. There are some flaws in the picture. The best is the first 10 minutes when they travel to the county and meet the nice and nice little girl. I can see some of the flaws in the film. But it's still a very good movie.

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I love this movie. I've seen it a few times and it never fails to entertain me. It's very moving and I never get tired of watching it. I don't understand the hate this movie gets. It's very well done and has a great story. I'd recommend this movie to anyone, especially women. It's a good story, with a lot of drama and tension. I'd recommend this movie to anyone.

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Danielle Gordon

I had heard about this movie for a while and I am not sure if I like it or not. Maybe it is because I have no experience with Mexican cinema, but I thought the movie was interesting enough. There is an interesting conflict between two of the main characters, who are the protagonists of this movie. It is a conflict between the desire to be happy and the desire to be free. I liked the way the movie presented this conflict. I thought that the movie was very well made. It was a bit slow but it is not a boring movie. I think that the movie was very well made. I would give this movie a 7.5/10.

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Julia Martin

I bought the film when it first came out and was pleased to see a film about the lives of peasant women. It showed the reality of life in small towns in the 1920s. Many of the women were peasants who had to work for the family as well as in the fields and farms. They also suffered economic hardship as well as their relationship with their husbands. The film showed the lack of rights for women in the village, how women were seen as inferior in the eyes of the men and how men were seen as being more moral and better than women. This film is a gem and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in women's lives. The film is based on the book "Chocolat " by Elsa Viguerie, who wrote it after living in Argentina during the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet. After the revolution, the book was banned and banned again and it was never released in the United States. I have learned that the film was re-released in 2007 and has been shown in many countries. I would like to see it again. I would also like to see a full-length movie version. It would be a good film to see in high school.

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Ashley B.

This movie is an exceptional portrait of a man trying to find his way in a world that is filled with obstacles. The film uses flashbacks to show us the man's past and his present. The flashbacks give us insight into the lives of the characters and the problems that they are dealing with. In this story, what is important is that we see the man's character and his state of mind. The same is true for the movie. The setting is in an industrial city of Buenos Aires and the people of this place and its culture are important in the story. In particular, we see that the people of Buenos Aires are divided into a few classes. The people in the middle class live with their family in comfortable homes, they have comfortable jobs and have some kind of security. They have the means to live their lives without worries about money. The people in the lower class live in the slums and are poor and without any kind of security. But if we look closely we can see that there are people who are in between these two classes and they live together as a single class. This is the story of a young man, Vigdis, who moves to the city to take a job as a dishwasher in a restaurant that was started by a girl who left her family when she was very young. There is not much time for Vigdis to adjust to the city and it is all he knows. He lives in a trailer in the slums with his friend and his sister. One day he is called to a meeting of the mayor and after that he has to find his way into the city and to solve his problems. There are a few scenes in which Vigdis talks to his friends and he has a couple of conversations with other people. We learn some things about Vigdis, such as his ambition to become a chef and his relationship with his sister. But what the movie also shows is that Vigdis is also very shy and this affects his personality. In the beginning, he is very shy and timid but as the story develops he begins to understand people better and to see how they behave. It is also interesting to see how Vigdis has to adapt to the environment. It is also interesting to see the relationship between Vigdis and his friend, Miguel, who is very successful in his job and is a great and important person in the city. We see that both of them have problems with money, especially with money they want to spend on themselves. This is an important part of the story because it shows how money can be the major problem of people and they need to take care of their own problems first. The movie shows a lot of culture and the important differences that exist between the slums and the middle class. We also see that the middle class have different ideas of life and they spend their time on some activities and that they have little time for themselves. The movie also shows that there is always a "crowd" in the slums and this is important because we can see that everyone knows about everyone else. In the end, we

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I can understand why people would not like this movie, but I still think it's one of the better Mexican films of recent times. I think it's an above average film that I would recommend to anyone who wants to see a more humane and realistic portrayal of the Mexican drug trade. I think the movie is not perfect, but it's definitely one of the better movies that I've seen in recent years. As mentioned, this is a very important movie and I highly recommend that anyone who wants to see it sees it. The violence in this movie is very realistic. However, the movie does have some flaws, as I mentioned. It's not always clear who is being killed, who is doing what to whom, etc. but I think it's mostly because of the "Mexicanization" of the film. The production of the film does seem to be more Mexican than American, which makes it more realistic. Also, I believe that there are a lot of actors who are not native to Mexico, but who do seem to put in good performances. And I would also like to add that I think that the movie has a lot of messages to offer. This is a movie that I think should be shown to all schools in Mexico, especially in high schools. The story is not a bad one at all, and it's one of the better movies I've seen in recent years.