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La femme de mon frère

La femme de mon frère is a movie starring Anne-Élisabeth Bossé, Patrick Hivon, and Evelyne Brochu. Sophia, an unemployed academic, is forced to change the way she thinks and lives her life when Karim, her beloved brother, falls in...

Other Titles
哥哥戀愛了,我怎麼辦!?, A Brother's Love, Miłość mojego brata
Running Time
1 hours 57 minutes
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Monia Chokri
Monia Chokri
Patrick Hivon, Anne-Élisabeth Bossé, Evelyne Brochu, Sasson Gabai
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Sophia, an unemployed academic, is forced to change the way she thinks and lives her life when Karim, her beloved brother, falls in love.

Comments about drama «La femme de mon frère» (18)

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Juan R.

Darlene Jean is a survivor of the 1992 bombing in Algeria that killed eight people. She has been in France for seven years and now she has become a part of the French police, who have been highly recruited for their experience in combating terrorist attacks. The Paris police station is in her building. A French crime writer who had been there for a while, Alex, approaches her about joining the police force. She accepts his invitation, but they only need a few days to prepare. They are to meet their new colleagues. Darlene Jean (Diane Kruger) arrives in Paris. She is willing to work and pay her dues, but she has a secret: she had been one of the first victims of the bombing, which was carried out by a group of young Algerians. She has a long way to go to recover her life, but she can't get help for herself because her "encounter" with Alex has brought her back to life. The story is complex and multi-dimensional. It is a complex tale of friendship, guilt and betrayal. This is a movie that needs to be seen to be appreciated. It is a drama that unfolds in front of us, but it is not one that one may expect to hear about, or that one may just choose to ignore. There is a wonderful soundtrack and many fine performances. Diane Kruger plays her character with great tenderness and sensitivity. The others in the cast also do a fine job. It is a very well made movie. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "Avenida do Brasil" ("The New France")

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Lisa M.

The character of Miette is one of the best, yet most subtle actors to be played on screen. She was born to play those part and the movie is so beautifully done. The history of this period of time is a beauty of its own. And of course the scenes of the days before the time of the Revolution. This movie will be one of the movies that will make you feel good and shed a tear in your eye. I was on the edge of my seat and a tear came out. I recommend this movie to all lovers of movies. It is a masterpiece of the cinema and a must watch.

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Jennifer C.

I saw this film last year at a film festival in Paris. In its version as a spoof on the romance novel, the film is laugh-out-loud funny. The other two "humor" films that were in the festival (the other one was "Rien a paris" with Louis Garrel) were very flat and didn't seem to have the same energy. This film has a laugh-out-loud energy. The films is also very funny as an attempt to answer the "homosexual" and "gay" question. It's very funny to watch the "prude" "hippie" characters try to protect the "queer" side of their psyche. This film is highly recommended for all lovers of French humour. It's a film you can laugh all night with and laugh all day after seeing. My only wish is that there was a special DVD of the original French version.

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The film centers on a waitress who, at the end of the day, has to tell her landlord that she is moving. She is broke. Her husband doesn't like it, but she has to. They have no money. The husband is an architect. The wife has been in jail. They are both to be moved. The young boy who has been hiding in the girl's house all day comes into the picture and makes the landlord understand that this isn't the way of the world. The landlord comes around. He is just trying to help. I don't think it's a bad film. I'm not sure it is a great film. It is good, though. It's a good story. The performances are good. The boy is great. The mother is good. There is a lot of good stuff in this film, but it's not great. It's not terrible. It's not great, but it's not bad.

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The movie features interesting questions about love and desire. But as I am not a feminist, I would not have considered the film for my Top Ten list. That's because the story is not that interesting. The only thing I found surprising is that the woman who wrote the film did not want to have sex with her husband, but she believed it was her duty to commit suicide for the man. But she also had a taste of freedom and pleasure, and she had a lot of sympathy for the man. For me, this film is a bit silly and incoherent. But if you have time, you might be interested in a film about this topic.

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James Wood

Saw this film about a year ago and had to take a look at it again recently. The director has done some fine work in the past (Cast Away and Singing in the Rain come to mind), so I was interested to see what his next project was, which turned out to be a very interesting piece of work. Director Christian Gasser used a total of about 35 minutes of footage and it felt like the entire film could have been trimmed down. As it is, the film clocks in at a more than impressive two hours and 15 minutes. Gasser uses the camera all over the place, but that really doesn't take away from the story. It works as a character study, as well as a political drama. It's not always pretty to look at, and for some, it may be a bit boring to watch. But it's never boring, and the characters are interesting, and the themes explored are hard hitting, so I enjoyed the film. The film definitely belongs on the DVD or video shelf, but it definitely will not be seen by many people. Not recommended for kids or non-English speaking audiences. The Spanish language narration is a bit jarring, and not in a good way. (The original, subtitled version is on the DVD and VHS of the movie)

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I believe many people who have watched this film and left comments complaining about "the way the movie is shot" or "the way the film is edited" are simply reviewing it too harshly. I find the way this movie is shot and edited extremely rewarding, and this film is a masterpiece in every aspect of filmmaking. The way the editing is done is in-tact and precise, giving a painter's approach to film-making. The cinematography is absolutely superb, using a variety of techniques and a high degree of precision to maintain the cinematic feeling. The film was shot on location and in Romania, using natural light, which is reflected off of the actors' costumes. The colors and effects used in this film are extremely vibrant and dynamic, and bring a real sense of atmosphere and beauty to this film. The acting is incredibly well done, with a number of stars from the French film industry making the best use of their opportunities to portray emotion and emotionless performances. The way the actors use facial expressions to convey their feelings is incredible, and very realistic. The direction is highly imaginative, not only with the use of multiple angles and colors, but also the use of a particular way of directing that focuses on the interior of the actors' minds. The camera-work in this film is not just excellent, but a masterwork in the way the camera is used to tell the story. The camera was used for the entire length of this film, and with it being a major theme throughout the film, it was very clear that the director was paying great attention to how the camera should be used to tell the story. The way this film is edited and shot is wonderful, and for a silent film, it is amazing. This film is one of the few silent films that I have seen that can be cut perfectly without noticeable cuts. This film has two actors, but they are very close in character, showing depth and understanding of their characters. I would like to thank the film's director, Jean-Pierre Jeunet, for making such an amazing film, and for his brilliant use of camera work. He used the camera to tell the story, not just to film a scene, but to show the story to the audience. I highly recommend this film, and would like to give a huge thank you to all those involved in the making of this film.

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A contemporary, colorful look at the culture of the 1930's and the misadventures of young boys living in a state of cultural isolation. A film that evokes a feeling of loneliness and longing and the friendship and devotion that was always desperately needed in the face of the depressing world around them. A story of loyalty and loyalty that is often fragile and tempered with the need for an understanding and a sense of belonging. It is a film that is quite seductive in it's own way, as it attempts to represent a world of the 1930's which is so misunderstood by the time the story takes place. This film has a wonderful cast, and all the actors give a wonderfully nuanced and personal performance, which is almost painfully difficult to watch. At times it feels like you are watching the story of a very young child, with great energy and love for his family, with no idea of the world outside of his family and his world. The story itself is often not too heavy, and never does the story become preachy or even a bit predictable. It has it's fair share of love scenes, that are quite exciting and emotional. I liked it, but not as much as I would have liked. I'd say it is an intelligent film, and I wouldn't mind seeing a sequel. One thing I would add to this film is that the world of the 1930's was, as I said before, misunderstood and misrepresented by the world around them. It's always nice to be in a world where you can tell it's fiction and have faith in the imagination of a film. As a kid who grew up in the 1960's and 1970's I can tell you that my world was misrepresented by that time and by that generation.

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Nathan L.

When the world is back in the shape of a film in France. It's pretty interesting. It's in English but the title is French, so you can watch the film. A woman has two children, a boy and girl. The girl is looking for a job and the boy is bored with his job. They go to a house, where a man tells them to go to a world. What is it, and is it a fantasy. If you are tired of life. Then you might like this film. If you like to live. You will love this film.

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Stimulant Man, which is about a short-sighted man, and whose name is used a lot, is a nice but superficial film. I'm not complaining, since there are so many films that deal with short-sightedness in their plot, characters, or characters as well. Stimulant Man deals with a man who has never had a break from his short-sightedness. When he goes on a vacation, he is caught up in the desire to help a man who is blind. The scene where he finds out how much his eye-strain affects him is extremely interesting, because it makes us realize that we all have our blind spots and problems. I think this is a film that everyone can enjoy. The acting is decent, and the photography is really good. This is a film that needs to be seen more than once. It is not a film that will make you laugh out loud or cry, but you will feel for this man and his problems.

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All I could think while watching this film was how terribly terrible it was. The music score is excellent, the camera work is top notch, and it has a good message. However, for the majority of this film, it was absolutely dreadful. The dialogue was terrible, the acting was horrible, and everything else was downright bad. I was extremely bored by this film and it left me feeling cold and depressed. I was left wondering why I had to sit through this horrible film. I should have turned it off and said "I'm done with films that are this bad. How about those that are good? I thought the first Godzilla film was great. I think this one is good as well. Why does everyone make movies like this?" I was completely lost during this film and it left me wondering what I should have done.

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Linda Bryant

The film is a perfect example of the French New Wave Cinema of the 70's. This is the first time that I have seen this film and it is a masterpiece. The actors are superb, the script is excellent, and the cinematography is also very good. The film is also very well written. The film is not only about the love story between a young man and a woman, but about the alienation of the youth from the older generation. The film shows the alienation of the youth from the older generation and the nostalgia of the youth for the youth of the 70's. The film is very well made and it is a must see for anyone who is interested in the French New Wave Cinema of the 70's.

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Russell Sullivan

I don't know much about French cinema, other than that it is generally not as good as American or British cinema. I do know that it was made by filmmakers who were inspired by the experience of Europe and the work of Jacques Rivette, and that it was shown on the documentary channel "reverte". I was expecting a very refined and artistic film, a real celebration of the oral tradition. I am very glad I didn't get that. The director of this film, Alain Samauline, has only made one other film. It was named "Que Vous, De Vous" (If You Have, Where Does It Go?) and, although it was good, it was almost a "no-budget" film, at best. "Le Femme de mon frère" seems to be his attempt to create a "cult" film. The film itself seems to be about nothing. It is just about the women who live in a farmhouse, and have the idea that they are recording a voice that has been speaking to them for a long time, and it's coming out in their voices. All they need is the voice recorder to tell them where to go. The directors character is a thief, and he is trying to steal the voice recorder from the farmer. He does not have the voice recorder, and he does not know the location of the voice recorder. He thinks he has already used the voice recorder, but he does not. We are lead to believe that this voice was recorded many years ago, but we are not told that. In fact, the only person who has any knowledge of the location of the voice recorder is the farmer. The film is full of rather uninteresting characters, and it is difficult to follow the story. At times I would find myself saying to myself, "What is going on? What is going on?" This is not a film that makes you think, but rather makes you think about some of the characters, and also makes you think about the way that France is depicted in films. All of the directors characters are more or less caricatures. The film is not very profound, but it does have some nice shots of the countryside.

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Maria Hansen

I can't remember when I last saw a film that made me cry. I watched this film with my wife and I can't recall a single scene that didn't make me cry. It is a tear jerker. I have watched this film twice now and it keeps getting better. The acting is superb and the storyline is so moving that I find myself watching it more than once. It is a film that you have to watch several times to fully understand. The main characters are very realistic and you can actually feel for them. I recommend this film to everyone and would recommend it to anyone who wants to be moved by a film.

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I've not seen the original film, so I can't say how good or bad the plot is. The basic premise is of a filmmaker with a father (played by Gerard Depardieu) who tries to make a documentary on his son. There are some problems in the film, but the ending is quite exciting. The actor Gerard Depardieu is great in this film, and I liked the chemistry between him and Lulu. Lulu is a bit of a bitch, but not too much. The best thing about the film is Lulu and Gerard. I think Lulu is more important to the film than Gerard. I think Gerard is a very nice guy, and I think the film makes you understand that he is not the only one who doesn't understand his son, but he is the only one who can help. I think this film is a must see, especially if you liked the original film.

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Elizabeth L.

I've read a lot of comments on this film, but I really have no idea why people hate this movie. I enjoyed it a lot, but I couldn't really see why people hated it. I'll start with the positives. I thought it was original, and it made me think about some of my past thoughts about love, and life. It also made me think about the whole man-woman thing, and how well it can be depicted on the screen. When I first saw this film, I thought it was going to be some sort of bad feminist movie. But I was wrong. I thought it was really funny, and well put together. I thought it was well acted, and well directed. The characters were really well developed, and even the dialogue was funny, and well delivered. And the ending was good too. And the story was believable, and very well put together. Overall, I enjoyed this film, and I think that anyone who likes good films should give this one a try. I'm very glad I watched it, and I'm looking forward to the second, but I also think that it will have the same effect on people that the first had.

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This film is a fascinating look at the lives of the people of the village. It is a well-made film with a great cast. The story is a very real one. The characters are well-drawn and the story is well-told. The scenery is very beautiful, and the actors do a great job. The photography is very good. The film is a great story, and I recommend it to anyone who likes a good film. It is a very good film, and I recommend it to anyone who likes a good film.

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This movie is very well done. It has a very good story line, very well done and is a very enjoyable movie to watch. The acting is superb, the actors all do a great job. It is a very good movie to watch and I highly recommend it.