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Portrait de la jeune fille en feu

Portrait de la jeune fille en feu is a movie starring Noémie Merlant, Adèle Haenel, and Luàna Bajrami. On an isolated island in Brittany at the end of the eighteenth century, a female painter is obliged to paint a wedding portrait...

Other Titles
Portræt af en kvinde i flammer, Портрет даме у ватри, Dyokan shel Na'ara Olla Ba'Esh, Alev Almış Bir Genç Kızın Portresi, Portret dame u plamenu, Portret kobiety w ogniu, Portret mladenke v ognju, Retrato de una chica en llamas, Portret djevojke u plamenu, 浴火的少女畫像, Liepsnojančios moters portretas, Retrato de una mujer en llamas, Porträtt av en kvinna i brand, Retrato da Rapariga em Chamas, Το Πορτρέτο Μιας Γυναίκας Που Φλέγεται, Portrait of a Lady on Fire, Porträt einer jungen Frau in Flammen, Portré a lángoló fiatal lányról, Portrett av en kvinne i flammer, 燃燒女子的畫像, Nuoren naisen muotokuva, Ritratto della giovane in fiamme, Retrato de uma Jovem em Chamas, Stående av en dam i brand, Portret Dame u Plamenu
Running Time
2 hours 2 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Romance
Director
Céline Sciamma
Writer
Céline Sciamma
Actors
Valeria Golino, Noémie Merlant, Luàna Bajrami, Adèle Haenel
Country
France
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 18th century France a young painter, Marianne, is commissioned to do the wedding portrait of Héloïse without her knowing. Therefore, Marianne must observe her model by day to paint her portrait at night. Day by day, the two women become closer as they share Héloïse's last moments of freedom before the impending wedding.

Comments about drama «Portrait de la jeune fille en feu» (11)

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Benjamin W.

There is no doubt that this film is an amazing movie. It is a very poetic, poetic film. I think this is the most original film in the history of movies. The acting is wonderful, the story is amazing, and the cinematography is just amazing. I just love it. If you love this movie, you'll love "La Vie En Rose"

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Bobby

I enjoyed this film immensely. It's certainly not a film I'd recommend to people who are looking for a traditional narrative. But it's definitely worth a watch, especially if you're a big fan of French cinema.

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Amber R.

While the film is undoubtedly a masterpiece in its own right, I have a couple of problems with it. First, the character of Max (Julien Duvivier) is far too sympathetic. He is very well-acted, and his "nouveau-Georges Clouzot" persona is very well-developed. However, I think that the character of the painter is far too aloof. I don't think the character could be described as "humble" in any sense of the word. He is very arrogant, but he is not really "humble" in the sense that people might be able to describe. Secondly, the ending is a bit too predictable. The film has an interesting story line, and it is definitely worth watching. However, I would have liked to have seen more of the background to the painter. I would have liked to have seen some more of his personal life. Overall, I think that this is a very good film, but it is definitely not a masterpiece.

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Christina M.

Herschel was an attorney in Paris, but he had a more Americanized side. His best friend was the gorgeous Jules (Agnes Guillory), and after a breakup with Jules, he is invited to a restaurant by her sister, who offers to give him a taxi ride to her home. During the drive, Herschel falls in love with the young woman, but is also attracted by her. When she discovers that Herschel's cab driver is Herschel's brother, she tells him to leave the woman alone and leaves the car. Herschel follows her to the border and confronts her. When Herschel and Jules finally meet up, she doesn't trust him and tells him to take her back to the hotel where she lives. Herschel refuses and leaves. Herschel and Jules then go to a bar and she tells him that she loves him. The next day, they are caught in a traffic jam and a car accident. Herschel arrives in Paris and he and Jules try to persuade her to stay in the hotel with him. When he and Jules confront her, she rejects him and they leave the hotel together. When Herschel finally arrives at his brother's home, he meets with his brother's wife (Alicia Vikander). Herschel and Jules are introduced to his brother's daughter, Evelyn (Emma Stone), who he was going to marry. Evelyn is the first woman in Herschel's life that he has dated. When they start to have sex, Herschel tells Jules to leave Evelyn alone, but she doesn't and she tells him to take her home. Herschel finds out that Jules is pregnant and he decides to abandon her. Later, Herschel is arrested for manslaughter and gets sentenced to a year in prison. When Herschel is released, he meets Jules and she tells him to go back to his hotel. When he leaves, he meets up with Jules again and he and Jules start dating again. When Herschel is released from prison, he decides to go back to the hotel where he had spent the night with Jules, but he does not realize that he has run into Evelyn again. They continue their romance until he meets up with Evelyn again. Evelyn and Herschel become engaged and they are married. The film ends with the two of them embracing. The director, Sylvain White, creates a world that feels like Paris in the mid-1850s. The photography is beautiful and the actors have great chemistry. I give it a B+.

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Philip

I had high hopes for this film because of the casting. Tom Hooper is an actor I've always enjoyed in small roles but this time he really put in a big effort to make this movie come alive. There was some attention to the period and of course the language. He is one of the few people I know who understand the Japanese culture. The film is about a young man who has been raised as a girl and was put in a place where he was an outcast. He becomes an artist, and tries to make the world more beautiful. The first half is very slow and you get lost in the characters. But the second half was very moving. In the beginning I really had no idea what to make of the film. I found it hard to believe that it would end the way it did. The ending is absolutely beautiful and left me feeling as if I had just seen a masterful film. The actors are all very talented and the director did a great job with the small budget. I was really impressed with the music and I highly recommend this film to all people who like to see something different and don't mind seeing a different kind of film.

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Janet

Yes, I understand that this film is a story of death, and death in general. The film also highlights the awkwardness of the "art of death" as an art that could be performed in this way, where everyone dies, and yet the corpse remains intact. This film is about people with dark secrets, and the not so pleasant ways they attempt to hide them. The film is quite well-done, and certainly worth seeing. The acting is excellent. At the same time, the film does suffer from some serious plot holes. In the end, I still felt that the ending could have been more developed. The film is also well-done in terms of cinematography. The film's design is very imaginative, and I appreciate this. The acting is also quite good. I also do not find the film to be the most realistic film. It's quite possibly more realistic than any documentary you'll ever see. All of the performances are solid, and in fact, the acting by the entire cast is very strong. The plot is well-written, and the characters are all very real. I am not usually a fan of a film like this. However, this film is not a typical "horror" film. It's not about gore, it's not about a character dying. It's about people. It's about hiding your darkest secrets. It's about feeling "bored" with life. It's about losing a loved one. It's about being in love. It's about regret. I really did not find this film to be a very disturbing film. I found it quite the opposite. In the end, it was quite a tragic film, and I found it to be quite beautiful.

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Brandon

From the moment that I saw this film, I had to see it again. I have seen it several times. Even when I was twelve years old I couldn't resist. I had never seen a film that so deeply touched me. For me, it's the best film ever. It was the first film that truly touched me and made me think. There was nothing ordinary about this film. It was intense and full of meaning. If you like to watch a film that has meaning and drama, this is the one. It's very hard to find a film like this one. A very good one.

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Kenneth

The French film has an interesting and well-defined theme: the "love story" of a young boy who falls in love with a "hot" girl. The young boy, Claude (Emmanuelle Beart), is a quiet, introverted boy who is rather reserved and withdrawn. One day, he gets a phone call from a woman named Claire (Bruno Schulz) who says she is in love with him. Claude has to decide whether to accept the love and be with Claire or to run away from her and live a normal life. What I liked about the film is that it is very touching and the film is done in a very good manner. I liked the way the film was shot, the way the music was played and the way the film was made. There is a little bit of a surrealism in the film, but this is not a bad thing. The film is a little bit slow and boring, but it's a really good film and I recommend it to all French film lovers.

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Albert Hill

To me, the best film in the French New Wave is "La Haine" by Paul Verhoeven. The movie is a mixture of psychology, tragedy and good laughs, but it is not for everybody. A good thing about this film is the performance of Jean-Pierre Cassel as the evil Geronimo. Cassel, playing the part of the evil Geronimo, is really quite good. He has a good face, dark skin and a smile. But what I love about Cassel is that he can really play evil, evil of the people and a master of all. What else can I say about this movie? Well, it is not a film for everybody. But I will say it is one of my favorite movies of all time. It is a very good movie. I give it 7 out of 10.

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Victoria

Saw this film when it first came out, and was absolutely blown away. At times, it feels like a British film, but its full-on French. It's really gorgeous to look at, and the use of color is just incredible. Just look at it, you'll see why this is so incredibly beautiful. Also, the entire story and the whole thing is beautifully written and directed. It's definitely a masterpiece of modern cinema. Also, the film is in French, so don't expect English subtitles. I would highly recommend this film to anyone.

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Nathan Foster

What are the chances that a film like "In Her Shoes" (not to be confused with the theatrical adaptation, starring Luc Besson) could have turned out so good? And how come? Because this movie has been successfully translated to the screen, has been approved by the French Academy of film and has received a considerable number of awards, for example the BAFTA for the best foreign film of the year. In Her Shoes is an honest film with great characters and a wonderful story, with a believable character and a plot which won't disappoint you. The plot is quite simple. Two sisters, Marie and Sylvie, are completely lost, and their relationship is being the most important thing for them. This film contains a series of events that they are going through which are so natural and yet so incredible. The first one is about the fact that they don't know where they are. The second one is about Sylvie's coming out to her parents about her sexual orientation, and it's the ending that makes you feel so happy, which is a good thing. The three sisters, with the exception of Sylvie, are extremely beautiful. It's a common thing in French movies to put emphasis on beautiful people, but this movie puts it more in the eyes of Marie and Sylvie. Both are beautiful and they are going through a big deal. Sylvie is the only one who seems to have problems with her body, but it's not because of her sexuality. She's really just a pretty face. So far the movie doesn't contain anything about sexuality. The main characters are interesting and you will like them. Their journey together is also interesting and the relationship between the sisters is a lot better than the relationship between Marie and her husband. The direction is the only thing I'm a little bit disappointed in. The cinematography is very good and the music is very good, but it's not too special, as the music of In Her Shoes is not memorable. However, the story is very good, the acting is good, the dialogs are great and the character's are very strong. The only thing that I didn't like about this film is the ending. It is too short, and it isn't very inspiring, because it doesn't make you feel that you want to see this story continue. This is the way it should be in the middle of a film, and In Her Shoes isn't. It's better to see the end of a movie like this and then go back and watch the beginning of the movie, but this is a bit of a shame because the story is still very good. As I said before, this movie is very realistic and true to life. It's a very good film and you should definitely watch it. But don't expect to be amazed by a new French film. You should expect it to be a good movie and it is. I give In Her Shoes an 8/10.