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En guerre

En guerre is a movie starring Vincent Lindon, Mélanie Rover, and Jacques Borderie. After promising 1100 employees that they would protect their jobs, the managers of a factory decide to suddenly close up shop. Laurent takes the lead...

Other Titles
Un Autre Monde, At War, In guerra, En guerra, Em Guerra, Na wojnie, Σε Πόλεμο, La guerra silenciosa, I krig, Fransk opprør, Sztrájk a gyárban, Streik
Running Time
1 hours 53 minutes
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Stéphane Brizé
Stéphane Brizé, Ralph Blindauer, Olivier Lemaire, Xavier Mathieu, Olivier Gorce
David Rey, Mélanie Rover, Jacques Borderie, Vincent Lindon
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Despite heavy financial sacrifices on the part of their employees and record profits that year, the management of Perrin Industries decides to shut down a factory. The 1100 employees, led by their spokesman Laurent Amédéo, decide to fight this brutal decision, ready to do everything to save their jobs.

Comments about drama «En guerre» (21)

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Diana Castro

Following the tragic accident in the oil-soaked deserts of South-East Asia, an adventure specialist falls into the terrifying and life-threatening conditions of an oil-disposal site.The special effects in this movie are not the best in my opinion, but the story is gripping enough to hold the audience's attention from beginning to end.The storyline is fairly simple and does not require too much thinking, but there are still a few moments that require a little thought.The music in the movie is good, but lacks some personality.My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "O Vivas en Enviar" ("The Animals in the Van")

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Kelly F.

A brilliant, intense film, which, despite the awkward, surreal plot twist, which is a unique part of the movie, is beautifully told and directed. It is a quiet movie with plenty of dialogue and some great performances.

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While it is a rather dramatic movie, we see that Renoir's era is very different than that of the present day. But to tell the truth, what we see is not so bad that we are bored. There are also many moments that are very revealing and beautiful. And there is also the feeling that we might go to see the cinema only to see a special kind of movie, an artistic one, and not to be fascinated by the medium. It would have been more entertaining to see a movie like "Wings of Desire" or "La violenza nel terrore", to just imagine that we are in France or in those other places and that what is shown in the movie are only the highlights of that particular era. Instead, it is a somewhat disappointing and depressing movie. We see that Renoir was never interested in portraying the realism of those times. And that is one of the main flaws. For me, the most depressing moment is when the young boy does not remember any of his dreams and makes up the story, because he has no idea how to look forward to the next year.

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Philip Santos

I am very disappointed with this movie. A complete let down. The characters were very corny and the plot was good but, there is one thing that was absolutely missing from this movie: the "other people's emotions." The actress who played Prudence was only wearing her bra at all times. The director of photography must have taken a picture of all her naked cleavages to keep the camera steady. No one else seemed to have a limp in this movie. That is the only thing that could be so far from the truth. Did I see that there was a ton of nudity in this movie? I thought the movie was about what it was supposed to be: the search for people's feelings. There were so many ways the characters could have showed their feelings: the friend who got too excited when she saw a french woman dancing, the one who ran after the people she loved, the nurse who was trying to protect the children. The director just made them all too "cliche." All of the acting was pretty good and the camera-work was quite good. I am glad I saw it on a small screen. If it were on a bigger screen, I would've had the same problem as the people that said the movie was horrible.

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You get the sense that this movie was made by women and men who have read a lot of German philosophy. There are also many references to Plato's state of the world, the dark ages and other 19th century thinkers. The movie is also an homage to Leo Tolstoy. I had never read any of his books before seeing the movie, but after the movie I have read them many times. There are probably more parallels in the writing of Peter Bogdanovich and his friend Joseph Benda than Tolstoy and his 18th century counterpart Fyodor Dostoevsky. All in all, I think the movie is well done, but I'd just like to add that it is far from perfect. If you like these kinds of movies, go see it, but don't be expecting the level of "Kafka", "Cure For Wellness" or "The Sisters Brothers". It's more like "Heartbreak Ridge" or "Life of Pi".

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This film was shown on TV the other night. It is very good. I was not familiar with it before I watched it, but I'm glad I did. This is an American story of a woman who gets left behind on her journey to make a whole life for herself in Europe. She begins at a roadside cafe, picks up the phone to her fiancee, lives her life in Europe, gets a new job, falls in love with an attractive Romanian man, and even finds time to take a couple of swimming lessons in the area where she is working. I would definitely recommend this film to those who enjoy a realistic story of love and family, as well as European travel. It may not have the attention of other film-makers of this kind, but if you like the Western themes and Western attitudes, this film is for you.

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I just watched this film and i think it is the best movie i have ever seen. it's a very hard film to watch, you feel that you know the characters very well and you can't believe they are not real. the film is very disturbing and you will probably be crying at some points. The film is very sad, i could tell this was a film that had a lot of feelings in it, and i think it is a very important film to watch. I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes a very disturbing film, and who doesn't mind that the film isn't real.

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Sandra Cooper

The plot of the movie about a woman who goes to a small city where she's no-where near to find her daughter is not really well executed. This was the first movie where I heard of the wife on the other side of the story and really thought that I was going to love it. I heard a lot of great things about it and then I wasn't feeling at all about the movie, so I had to stop watching the movie before I felt like I did. Not a bad movie but not a great movie either. The acting is actually pretty good, though. The movie is pretty touching and not a bad thing, but it's not a masterpiece like I expected. In this movie, the wife is strong and even though she has a child that's older than her, she's a good wife. And of course the husband is not weak and a true-to-life love-life-adventure. All in all, a good story, but definitely not something that I will remember. 7/10

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Nicole G.

A woman and her husband are unable to conceive a child. She gets pregnant, and the husband becomes jealous and attempts to force her to have an abortion. She manages to keep the baby, but the husband decides to take the baby and raise it. The child is a girl, and he wants to name her after the wife who aborted the baby. The movie is about the difficulties the parents go through. The movie is not just about the struggle of the woman and the man, but about the struggle of a woman and her husband to raise a child. There are many scenes in the movie that are so poignant and powerful that they are worth watching again and again. The movie is so well written and directed that I think it deserves the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.

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Robert Butler

This film was a real surprise for me. My expectations were low but I was pleasantly surprised. I saw the previews and was expecting some flashy movie with some topless women dancing, and ended up with an interesting and original movie. This film had depth to it. I have never really cared for Nicolas Cage, but the person I am currently dating has told me that he is a great actor. He played some of the most intense scenes with effortless ease, and I really thought that this was going to be some shallow action movie. I think he was perfectly cast in the role. No one else was ever too strong or too soft for me to watch, and that is the important part of a good movie. The background story was really good, and you cared about the main character, and his family. You really feel like you are part of the movie, and I am glad that I didn't see any kissing. The acting was great, the camera work was phenomenal, and the film was beautifully shot. My one question is, why is this movie rated so low? I mean, it's an average movie. Sure, it's cheesy, and it has some boring parts, but it doesn't beat something like Titanic. It's not the same caliber as Titanic, but it's a film that is enjoyable to watch, and you'll get involved and be entertained, unlike Titanic. I give this a 7/10. There are some parts that are weak, but for the most part, it is a good film. The story is good and the acting is great. I recommend this film to anyone that loves Nicolas Cage. If you watch it with a critical eye, you'll enjoy it. I give it a 7/10.

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Diana Bradley

The problem with other directors of this genre is that they tend to rely on cheap "chick flick" tricks (coincidentally appearing or disappearing into a romantic triangle) in order to use a winking, gratuitous sex scene or two as a pretext for "big" dramatic scenes involving explosions, gunfights and murders. The problem with writer and director Gonzalo "Bong" Aguirresarobe is that he works with these tricks, and he knows how to handle them well. The film is basically a drama about a rich spoiled young man (Elio Petri) who arrives at his brother's old home in the countryside, where his brother worked for years. Elio seems to have everything in this beautiful place, but he also seems to have nothing in common with his brother. Elio is only interested in sex and to have a mother like his late mother. During the movie, he seems to be living a romantic life, but he has a sense of duty in which he can't help but feel. At this point, the viewer is in disbelief that Elio is actually so interested in this woman. The problem is that we see in the movie his perversion and his close relationship to his sister. The viewer can't help feeling that this person is just doing what his older brother did. It's as if the younger brother, who has had a weird childhood, is helping him to overcome his own perversion and he is also trying to find a way to stop his sister from hurting his beloved brother. What Elio does, which is not clear, is to befriend a beautiful and articulate woman, who is physically and mentally too strong for him. When his brother realizes that his best friend is actually in love with his sister, he is forced to make a choice about the sister's position and his own relationship with his sister. This is the strongest part of the movie. The second part of the movie is about the two brothers (one of them is a doctor and the other an abusive alcoholic) trying to resolve their problems. When they make a deal with their respective sister's lawyer, it seems to be for an agreement that both of them should give up their own personal problems and work for the sister's lawyer. However, this appears to be an agreement that they would work for her, because if they didn't do it, she would make an agreement against them. This makes the second part a movie about "taking responsibility for your own problems" and how to make sure you do not hurt people you love, especially by destroying a relationship. What makes the movie go into a dramatic and thrilling place is that we know what we're watching. The one thing that makes it great is the way the director decides to manipulate our emotions. The scene where Elio's brother sees his abusive older brother in a bathroom is a scene that has the potential of being a great dramatic scene. The director uses the sex scene, the violence and the emotional tension to keep us on the edge of our seats. The action is well-done. At times, the story is over-dramatic, but the emotional tension and realism, which might be a strength of the scene, makes it work. The beauty of the movie is that it is both a story of three brothers and also a movie about the importance of trust

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The movie tells of a young woman whose only hope is the computer she uses to write stories. The computer tells her to become a novelist. Her family gets jealous and against her wishes, she becomes a reporter. She tells her brother (Pascal Klose) about her love of books and the wonders they can do, he sees it as a problem of intolerance. With the help of a young journalist (Jerzy Skolimowski) who's old enough to have seen it all, the two go out to Paris to get a deal. They get the journalist a job, a job in the public library where she can write what she wants to, and the computer tells her she's a novelist. She finds the courage to write a new novel, but the secret lies in her. You may not have read it, but you've heard the plot. Yes, it's a story of a woman who decides to become a writer. It is narrated in the first person as a diary. If you like this movie, then you may also like the film "Invictus", which tells a similar story, about a young man who finds inspiration in the face of a system he can't change, and a poet who uses the mirror of the modern world. But this is not what this movie is about. This movie is about the music and the lyrics. And why they are so important, there are some powerful and profound ones in here, but more often than not they are used to showcase the strong emotions of the characters. By the end, you're left thinking about whether the writer is a genius or a cliche. The performances are good, there is some great emotional scenes. However, the director is more interested in showing the music than telling a good story. I mean, how do you bring out the best in a bunch of actors who know they are supposed to do a good job, who know that the material they are acting in has to be real and authentic? And there are many good acting performances in here. But when you have an amazing soundtrack with beautiful orchestras, then it's great. It's not good, but it's not bad. I personally enjoyed the last scene where the two characters dance for the camera, which was the only time I really cared about their fate, because it was done very well. I do recommend this film, but it is not one I would go out and buy, and I wouldn't be surprised if it was forgotten some day, because it is the most forgettable movie of the year. You just watch it once, and then forget about it.

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Even though she's not an actress, (it's very rare she's not in a film), I really loved the young Yvonne Strahovski. She is a standout in this film. I love her with all my heart. To be honest, I really want to see more of her. She is just a great, lovable, really cool character. She makes this film very believable. Her performance in this film is remarkable. Overall, this film is excellent, but not the best.

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Judy Harrison

This film has been extremely interesting and difficult to see at the same time. The story and the characters were very well made. The movie is very challenging to watch because you don't know what will happen next. The director of the film was able to portray the relationship between the characters in a very realistic way. The actors are very good and give a very good performance. You get the feeling that you are watching a real story. The actors and the director have been very successful in this film. The story is very interesting and the characters are very well developed. It is a very different film than I have seen before. I would recommend this film to everyone. This is a film that you will not be able to see for long.

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Brenda Griffin

I have been reading the comments posted here, and I have to say that they are just plain stupid. A good movie is what it is, not what people think it should be. The film is very good, but that is not the point. This is a very good film about a very good man, and the world he lives in. It is not a great movie, but it is very good. There is a lot of information in the film, but it is not confusing or boring. It is a good film. It is not for everyone, but it is a good film, and I would recommend it to everyone.

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Kathleen L.

This movie is surprisingly well done. The plot centers on a corrupt sheriff (a very good role for Jodie Foster), a young reporter (a very good role for Tilda Swinton), a young lover (a good role for Julia Roberts) and a spirited local woman (a good role for Julie Delpy). I'm surprised that she's not in this movie more often. The movie is very well directed, with some excellent camera work (by Steven Soderbergh, probably his best), and good sound. I also like the score, by Thomas Newman. My main criticism of the movie is that the last half-hour is so slow. After the sheriff's wife is killed, his niece (Rochelle Aytes, who is currently on Survivor) decides to go after her husband, who supposedly was having an affair. She gets captured, and a number of other people go after her, including one of the reporters. The last third of the movie is very slow, and you're really never allowed to get to know the characters. Still, this is a very good movie.

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Being a romantic movie, this is also a drama, not as exciting as Life is Beautiful. Unfortunately, it seems to be one of the most anticipated movies of the year. It is still worth seeing, but not a classic. It is a good movie, as most are, but that's not why I bought it. The reason why I purchased it was because I saw the ratings at, they are all around 6 or 7. Not me. It should be between 5-6. At least it has a good story. But I still enjoyed it. I guess that I'm just a different type of person who appreciates a good romantic movie. If you don't like it, there's probably nothing you can do about it.

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Jennifer T.

In his first major role, as the bodyguard of a wealthy family, Jean-Louis Trintignant is superb. His portrayal of a professional man who does not want to be a servant and who is in love with a young girl is very moving. He is very good in his scenes with the young girl. He is so much better than the lead actor of the film, the girl who plays his wife. She is just a pretty face. The film is very good. The scenes are very interesting and the film is very beautiful. I recommend it. The film has a very good ending. I like it very much.

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Amber R.

I can't say I was completely thrilled by this film, but I did enjoy it. I have seen the film twice, and I found it to be a very well made film. The performances were superb, and I liked the way the film was shot, it had a very dark, gritty, and ominous atmosphere to it. I found the ending to be very satisfying, it really took me by surprise. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a good film, or even just a good film in general. It is very dark, and not for the faint of heart.

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I saw this film at a small screening in Austin, Texas. It is not easy to find a theater in Texas that will show it. The screening I attended was the only one I could find in Austin, but it was sold out. The film is a slow burn, but the payoff is a major shift in the relationship between the husband and wife, and how the husband adapts to the change in the wife. I am not sure I can talk about this film in detail, but I can say that it is a very powerful and meaningful film that has a lot of heart and is very well-made. I don't want to give away the ending, but I will say that I believe it is one of the best endings I have ever seen. The acting was great, and the cinematography was stunning. I can't recommend this film highly enough.

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Paul W.

I have seen this film twice, and I still find it a compelling experience. If you haven't seen this film, please do so. You will not regret it. It is a beautiful film that explores the themes of a man who has been repressed for so long, and the discovery of his true nature, and the conflict between his old and new identity. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to be touched by the most amazing movie of all time. I give it a 10 out of 10.