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Le semeur

Le semeur is a movie starring Pauline Burlet, Géraldine Pailhas, and Alban Lenoir. Violette is old enough to get married when her village in the Lower Alps is cruelly deprived of all its men by the repression that followed the...

Other Titles
乙女たちの秘めごと, Ο θεριστής, La mujer que sabía leer, Siewca, Das Mädchen, das lesen konnte, The Sower, Le Semeur
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Romance, Drama
Marine Francen
Jacqueline Surchat, Olivier Cena, Marine Francen, Virginie Sauveur, Jacques Fieschi, Violette Ailhaud
Géraldine Pailhas, Alban Lenoir, Pauline Burlet, Iliana Zabeth
Belgium, France
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Violette is old enough to get married when her village in the Lower Alps is cruelly deprived of all its men by the repression that followed the republican uprising of December 1851. For the next two years, the village is completely cut off. The women swear an oath that if a man should come, he will become their shared husband, so that life may continue to flourish in each of their wombs.

Comments about romance «Le semeur» (13)

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I think the film itself is excellent. But the author's idea of making a "manly" movie does not fit. The scenes are quite intense. In contrast to the great montages of the classic gay movies. I think the way the scenes are shot is rather interesting. It is well made, but for me, it doesn't work. It is a bit too long for my taste. The story is rather too simple. It was not really interesting for me, I think. And I think the director did not use the best moments of the film. I think I would be more interested in this film if it were more straightforward and boring. If it were, I think it would be a great film.

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Sandra Olson

Lestat in Manon (2008) is one of the very few films that I have seen with a noirish theme, but also one that deals with contemporary issues such as gay marriage, the global economy and immigration. The plot is not too complex. It's about two young men, Gabrielle (Natalie Portman) and Jean-Claude (Jean-Pierre Leaud) who are poor people from the "Arab Quarter" of Paris. After going through the trials of a divorce, they end up moving to Paris. They end up meeting a woman, who they later name Maria (Jeanne Moreau), and fall in love. However, they both fall in love with someone else, which is Gabrielle's ex-husband, Pierre (Jean-Louis Trintignant). Pierre is a wealthy gay man who was once in love with Gabrielle, but she now has a brother in law. Gabrielle has a son, who also falls in love with Pierre, but he is also gay. The story ends in a romantic love triangle. One can see that this film is rather beautiful, but it is also a rather long film. The whole film is in black and white, and it takes place in Paris. The colour was chosen as being romantic and French. The music is very beautiful. It reminds me of the music that was used for Jean-Pierre Mariel's film "The Woman Who Would Be Queen" (2001). Lestat's direction is good. He also has a nice camera that he uses a lot in his films. The film has beautiful and melancholy cinematography, which is very different to his other works. He used to be a cinematographer in France before moving to America. The film has a few strange and weird moments that I don't know what to think about. The film is very long, and I think that the ending is not too good, and also it is not a very romantic film. The plot was too complicated for me, but I still enjoyed it, and the music was very good. The performances were all good. Natalie Portman did a great job as Gabrielle, and Jean-Pierre Leaud did a great job as Pierre. Natalie was the most beautiful of all the actresses in the film, and Jean-Louis Trintignant also did a good job. The best performance of the film was by Jean-Louis Trintignant, who played Pierre. He was excellent in the film, but I think that he was a little bit out of place. The film was very good, but it could have been better.

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Rose R.

I loved the first half of the film, a great film, that really wrapped up the mystery of the story, and how everything came together. However, after that, the film went down hill. The middle half of the film is slow and gives no real plot development. I don't understand how it is that this film won the best foreign language film award. The acting is great, but the plot is not good. It has a bunch of characters that don't really have any purpose. The plot isn't clear, the film has a bunch of scenes that don't really connect, the characters aren't well developed, and the film just goes on and on. It's not a bad film, it's just a really bad film. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes mystery and foreign film. I think it is better than the 2009 film, "Shakespeare in Love", but it's not a great film.

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Eugene Rogers

A good story, excellent music and the acting was very good. The scenery was great. I enjoyed watching the movie a lot. I also liked the fact that it was a true story.

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Celine's world is crumbling around her. She is a woman with no direction in her life. She is living the life of a slave. She is getting on the wrong side of her mother. She is trying to win back her love but can she? This is a movie that has a lot of depth. I feel that Celine is a strong character. Her life has been very difficult and she is not strong in herself. She is having a hard time with her mother and the way she is behaving toward her. In a way she is weak. The way she is behaving is very sad. I love her struggle and the story is very believable. I feel that it is very believable. It is a movie that people need to see. It is about a woman who is trying to live and she is living in a really tough situation. It is a movie that I would recommend to anyone who wants to know more about this character.

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Peter Ferguson

Javier Bardem's unconventional style is used very well, and I have to admit that it's a visual treat to see the landscape of a summer island. I love the visual feel of the film, and Bardem, who has been somewhat of a one-man-band, is not to be outdone. This is a film I'd like to see again, and definitely recommend. I've seen this with a friend who was familiar with the play, and she thought the film was great. I didn't. But I will admit that I did enjoy the mood, the art direction, and the acting.

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Jonathan Ford

Telling the story of an Italian immigrant from Sicily who is deported to the U.S.A. on a minor criminal charge. A short and sweet story. If you're looking for a more in depth story, you might want to check out "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel." It's a much better film with a larger budget and more attention to detail.

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Julia Montgomery

Elevator is a movie about a young woman, who is also a teen, who is looking for love. She finds that she is attracted to a man, who she also finds attractive. But, as the movie goes on, we find out that the man she is in love with is much older, and has a girlfriend. This movie is a bit slow moving, and that is okay. The movie has a good script, and it has a good director in Jean-Marc Vallee. This movie is about a love story that goes on a little long, and I am not saying that it is bad. But, it is definitely a slow moving movie, that is not that interesting. The acting is good, but I think it is the script, that is not good.

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Carl C.

I have to say that I didn't really have much expectations for this film, as it has to be made on a very small budget, and not a huge one. So when I heard that the director was in charge, I was very excited. This film is very interesting and the story is a lot of fun, but it's also a very serious one. It's not just a light comedy, it's a very serious look into the life of a 'prostitute' that can't stop thinking about her situation. It's like the best part of the movie is the question that she has to ask herself all the time. It's a very interesting film and it's one of the few films I would definitely recommend.

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Bruce B.

This is a film about a bunch of people trying to get out of a lifestyle they can't really afford, and it's beautifully shot, with beautiful sets and locations. I've seen this before, but I think it's still an important film. I've read a lot of bad things about this film. Some people say it's about being gay. I think it's more about the inability to pay for something that you really need. I think the way it's told is also interesting. It is not a film that will make you understand anything about the topic. It's like the reverse of "The Social Network" and "This is the End". The people involved are not normal people, they are not stupid. They have no money, no job and it's something that they have to deal with. That's what I think the film is about, and that's what it's about.

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Michael P.

As a reader of Tautou's novels I had read about this one, which was the main focus of my attention. I didn't go into it with too high expectations, and while I wasn't in any way disappointed, I didn't really like it either. It is a beautiful film, but it's not a very good film. I was expecting more out of the film, which is one of the big weaknesses of the film. The film tries to be emotional, but fails to do so. It also has some very dull moments. The film is filled with a lot of scenes, which are really bland and without any excitement. If you're looking for an emotional film, then you won't find it here. The film was more or less just a picture of Tautou's characters. There are a lot of scenes where Tautou just walks around the room, or looks at people, or gives a speech. For the most part, I was not very interested in these scenes. The first half of the film is a little slow and boring, and I was really bored by the second half. The characters were simply two dimensional. The film is made in the style of Tautou's novels, which are very artistic, but the film is not at all beautiful. There is no real excitement or any kind of excitement in the film. It's just very boring and very dull. The film is also a lot more in the style of Tautou's novels than the films of the Dardenne brothers, which were much better films. Overall, I think that the film was a disappointment. It is very beautiful and the acting is very good, but the film is just too dull. It isn't good, it's just boring.

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I'm not one for movies that are heavy on drama and have some surreal elements that are usually really interesting and worth watching, but this movie, even though it was not the best movie I have ever seen, it was really entertaining. It is a French drama that takes place in a hotel where there are people that have been dumped on by their previous jobs. One of these people is an old man who is lonely and suffers from dementia, and he runs into the rest of the cast one day, trying to find a friend to help him. A French drama that is worth watching.

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John W.

It is a wonderful, but not exactly original, story of a young man who lives with his father, who seems to be having problems, and who could also be gay. One day he seems to have this great discovery - he's now able to talk to animals! Of course he tries to protect his new found powers. This is a film that does not follow a clear narrative. We see an adult Gisele who is pretty and good looking, but with a secret that is so difficult to work out. Then we see a young man who is very sad and lonely and has a secret that is too painful for him to admit. It's like they are building the characters gradually, then they have a huge reveal, then they have another huge reveal. It's not the easiest story to tell. I loved it and will definitely watch it again, but it isn't something I would be very proud of.