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Sauvage

Sauvage is a movie starring Félix Maritaud, Eric Bernard, and Nicolas Dibla. Leo is 22 and sells his body on the street for a bit of cash. The men come and go, and he stays right here - longing for love. He doesn't know what the...

Other Titles
Sauvage/Wild, Divlji, Wild, Sauvage / Wild, Laukinis, Salvaje, Selvagem
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Camille Vidal-Naquet
Writer
Camille Vidal-Naquet, Camille Vidal-Naquet
Actors
Philippe Ohrel, Félix Maritaud, Nicolas Dibla, Eric Bernard
Country
France
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Leo is 22 and sells his body on the street for a bit of cash. The men come and go, and he stays right here - longing for love. He doesn't know what the future will bring. He hits the road. His heart is pounding.

Comments about drama «Sauvage» (14)

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Nathan

I saw this film on TV last night and was not at all impressed. It was predictable, the acting was underwhelming and the characters were all a bit wooden. The only thing that kept me watching was the music. I knew it was going to be bad from the start. The plot was mostly incomprehensible. Most of the time I thought of the poor guy being led away. He gets beaten and beaten. He gets the dog. Then he is taken away. I didn't understand the real-life story of the dog. He was supposed to be around 80 pounds when he got the dog. And it was never explained why the dog started attacking the couple. There were some scenes that were done quite well. The first was the scene in which the guy gets his daughter killed by his wife. That was a brilliant scene, the sad part was that I knew how it was going to end. The wife's scene, and the fight on the boat was also well done. There were some other good scenes, but I think I'll have to watch it again just to see how they were done.

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Samantha

I thought I would never see another film from Francois Ozon. I was so wrong. This is a film that was simply never meant to be seen by everyone. I think it is my favourite French film ever. The action is so intense, so intense. The thing that I loved about this film is that it shows you why you feel that way. It's so natural and natural, natural. You really don't know how to react, but you know you should be, so you have to. It's amazing how Ozon could have been in love with the subject matter of a film, but he was never able to pull it off. This is a great film. A must see.

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Donna Allen

I am looking forward to seeing how all of the actors respond to this film. I personally think that all of the actors in this movie are wonderful. I enjoyed watching this movie because it is a story about family and this family made me feel something very different than I normally do. This movie could be titled "the family" because at least every family has at least one member that is very creative. They have so many possibilities for movies, and so many different stories that I can't imagine them not turning out a movie. I don't know if all of the scenes were true or not, but I thought that each scene had some meaning and that is what was important. When the credits came, I went to the front and they said "the best performing actor". I thought that was so cool. When I first saw the film, I thought that it was very sad and very moving. The story made me feel like I was there. I don't know if the "best performing actor" award should be given to the actor that wrote the screenplay for this movie, because I don't know how this movie would have been different if he or she didn't wrote the screenplay. The movie was very sad, but it was very beautiful. If you want a great film, watch this movie. The actors were brilliant. I cannot tell you how much I loved this movie.

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Betty F.

I'm pretty much always interested in movies and reading about them but I don't always get to watch them as much as I'd like. This movie was a revelation. It was interesting to me that the director didn't explain everything as much as I'd like to see, but he explained enough to know that this is how it's all gonna go down. Plus it's about a girl who feels so lost because she can't find someone to love and can't find her purpose in life. She finds someone who is a boring looking older man and has to face her fears and disappointments. The acting was good, although I felt that maybe the girl wasn't given enough room to express herself in her sad speech but that's just me. I enjoyed the mystery behind the characters as well as their background which I wasn't really well versed in. Plus there were some interesting references made to the tragic events of the years following the Holocaust. It kept me guessing until the end and I was completely engrossed in the story. It's not really something that I can call a great movie but it was a very different and interesting one.

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Eugene A.

I have a theory, perhaps too old for the times: There are two types of film. There are the movies that are made in the cinemas, and there are the movies made by professionals that require more skill, and much more research, and more money. Movies by professionals are always meant to be seen by the masses. We never get the real experience of a film unless we have a taste, a memory, an understanding of the art of cinema. This is where this film comes in. It was made by a director who is of the professional cinema, and the real thing is no longer available. I watched it and cried. For me, it is a true representation of the art of cinema. It is made to please the masses, and it is. Truly. When it comes down to it, it is not a movie. It is the story of a man who is lost, but cannot leave his way of life. He cannot return to it. There are no definite endings, and it is up to him to find his way back. All he is left with is what he has and what he is. This is the message. But there is a real story at the center of this film. If you have seen this film, you have seen a story about a man, and the world he inhabits. The real movie is not his. His is the image of the world he has left behind. But in the end, we are left with something more than the picture. We have understood a movie. And that is what this film was meant to do. It was meant to be seen, to be known, and to be felt. And it was. It is to be seen, to be understood, and to be felt. It is real.

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Rose Vargas

A radical show as it is, with a strong story, and well written characters, and very dramatic. It is the story of Daniel (Samuel L. Jackson), who is a teenager, who loves to learn, and has the incredible ability to communicate with animals, and in that he is the exception to the rule. When he is rejected from school, he goes to a ranch that takes in dogs. At the ranch, he has a run in with a group of the most unusual and in the human nature, the Wild Things (Colin Farrell, with a wonderful performance). Daniel has visions of a town where he has been living with his family, but no one seems to care about him or his family, as he is the only one. He is befriended by a character named "Peter" (Paul Giamatti), a very wild man, and they start a friendship, but Daniel keeps on going out into the world, getting himself into trouble, and becoming the story to those people who hate him. "Be Right Back" was not intended to be a show about anything, but this movie was. It is a story about teen, but it is not really about teen, but the concept of the innocence of a child, and of the innocence of a wolf, is quite a powerful story. It also has a very strong narrative, and has a very powerful ending. The acting was very good, and the director did a very good job. Not the best movie I have ever seen, but certainly good.

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Randy

I was never a fan of sci-fi movies, I found them boring and frustrating. This movie was so different than anything I've ever seen before. It was like a roller-coaster ride that was unlike anything I've seen before. It was hard to know where the story was going. The acting was very good and well executed. The directing was exceptional. I found it difficult to tell which characters were going to be which until I was watching the movie. The story line is not complex but it does a very good job of keeping you on your toes and entertained. I've already purchased the film and I plan on seeing it a second time. Highly recommended.

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Brandon

This film is the perfect 'feel good' movie. It is darkly and creatively done, and features a great cast (in particular the female lead) as well as one of my favorite major plot points: the "clue" scene (in which the girl is confronted with the father's true identity). This is a film that requires multiple viewings to fully appreciate, and while it is more of a "what if" than a "what if" film, the film contains an unexpected twist, which makes it all the more intriguing and poignant.

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Olivia Harvey

This is a bizarre film in that it has a brilliant subject matter. Its characters are the sort of people you really don't want to meet, but there's something about them that sticks. Its a depressing film, but it's also fascinating to watch, and you can't help but want to know more about them. The only problem with this is that it's not as good as you want it to be. In my opinion, it's one of those films that you can watch and enjoy. But it just seems so slow. I am still trying to decide if it is a good or bad film, and I don't know which one it is. I think its good, but the thing is, I really don't like this film. I know that it is a great movie, but I really don't like it. So, I cannot recommend this film.

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Ethan P.

A very compelling story and characters. Wasn't sure if I was watching a love story or a love crime. A great accomplishment for the filmmakers. I will recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a story about love and loss. The acting was convincing and heartfelt. A great mixture of genres. It was a very rare and rarer film experience. What a great film to go with chocolate or vanilla.

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Alan

I watched this movie because I have read the book and I loved it. It is a very strong and real portrayal of how life is in the big city and how people, especially in a city like Paris, behave. One of the reasons I watched this movie was because the world of Michel Bouquet is so real and people are so funny. The characters are strong and honest, and the plot is strong, not too over the top. I definitely recommend this movie to people who want to see a movie with a great cast, good script and great acting.

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Hannah George

Beautifully done. The performances were exceptional. Jodie Foster as a 60-something businesswoman who's been divorced and in a difficult marriage for years, then loses her husband to an airplane crash. Julianne Moore as her reluctant daughter, who wants to get married and make a life with an older, and much older man. The relationship between Jodie and Julianne is really one of the most interesting and interesting things in the film. The fact that she's a woman who's so "not the wife you had, but the daughter you had" to the family. It's a fascinating, complex relationship. Her life takes a turn for the worse when she decides to get married and end her marriage to Julianne. The story is an emotional roller coaster and seems almost at times to be a documentary, but it's in fact a love story between a mother and daughter, with a great love story and a lot of humor. This movie is full of good and interesting performances. You really find yourself drawn to this movie, just by the interactions between Foster, Moore and Seyfried. I hope they make more of these kind of films, especially when Hollywood is attempting to make a name for itself in the whole women-to-men-to-man thing.

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William C.

It's fascinating to observe how uninformed the public is about the science of climate change. The biggest obstacle to an informed populace is that we are not aware of all of the scientists' views on the subject. Thus, when a film comes along to set us straight on the science of climate change, it's more than a bit scary. The big problem with this film is that it misleads its audience with a couple of things. First, the scientists all talk about the warming of the Earth, but they don't mention the fact that it's melting ice caps and melting oceans. Second, it implies that climate change is not happening at all. As with the portrayal of nuclear war, climate change is happening. As with the depiction of the AIDS epidemic, this is a growing problem that will affect us all if we don't get our act together. In summary, this is a great film. It's not too hard to follow, even if you have no scientific background. The movie is beautifully shot, and the score is perfect for the whole film. I highly recommend it to all.

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Bobby

A very well-done film. Not to mention a brilliant performance from Eleanor Spencer. But I have a hard time understanding why the rating is so low. The setting is quite hard to pinpoint, but I will say that it is a very realistic depiction of a working-class English town. It tells a story of a 15-year-old boy who lives with his grandmother and his stepmother, his family moves and he is a 12-year-old. He has no friends and lives with his grandmother and her friends. He wants to be a police officer and goes to a private school. At first he is miserable because he has no friends. But after a while he becomes close to a neighbour, a girl, and a student from the local college. I am not going to say what happens, but it is realistic and extremely believable. It reminds me a lot of Fincher's "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" - another very well-done movie. In this one the teenager becomes closer to the girl, his behaviour changes and he grows up. Overall, I would recommend it.