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Le Havre
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André Wilms André Wilms
Marcel Marx
Kati Outinen Kati Outinen
Blondin Miguel Blondin Miguel
Elina Salo Elina Salo
Evelyne Didi Evelyne Didi
Laïka Laïka
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A good movie

1 year, 3 months ago at Feb 17 22:45
Even though I have seen a couple of movies directed by Aki Kaurismaki, I'm far from being an expert on his work but since this movie (like most of the other movies he has done) received some very good reviews, I was really eager to check it out. On top of that, the action was set in France which made it even more intriguing to me. Eventually, like all the other movies directed by this guy, I adm... read more
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Description: Aki Kaurismäki doesn’t lose his own style. Eccentric, expressive heroes, sparse, well prepared shots and strong, explicit gestures are the distinguishing features of his works. But in Le Havre, which was awarded the FIPRESCI award in Cannes, the Finnish director abandons his grim vision of society. He proposes to the viewers a universal story about the power of goodness. Refugees deserve a voice in the cinema – said the director. – I can’t make realistic films about society, so I tell a fable. I don’t have faith in a better future. But others can still regain it. A shoeshiner, with a story to tell lives in the epony ... (more)
Release date: 8 September 2011
Tags: 2010s (7), Finland (7), France (5), 2011 (4), Comedy (4), Germany (4), Finnish (3), Drama (2), French (2), Refugee (2), Work (1), Policeman (1), Onion (1), Id Papers (1), Offer To Help (1), Normandy (1), Healing (1), 2010 (1), 90 Min. (1), Fisherboat (1)
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