Max is on his way to Tokyo. He lives in Paris and likes to flirt but has decided to get married. By chance, he seems to have seen Lisa, his greatest love, in a cafe. Max forgets everything,... See full summary »
Based on a novel " A Distant Father" by Antonio Skármeta, same author from "Il Postino :The Postman" and "No". The sierras of southern Brazil, 1963. The son of an American man and a ... See full summary »
Ondina Clais Castilho
What a great story. An apparently very rich family living in a luxurious French manor, hire a tutor for their son who is a genius..... I was about to divulge too much about that movie and eventually kill the suspense for you... Incredible actors and great subject. I saw Vincent Cassel for the first time in "La Haine". I live in Los Angeles and I did not know that Vincent was the son of Jean Pierre Cassel. In "la Haine", I thought that Vincent Cassel was not a professional actor but a real gang member who had been hired to play in "la Haine" and would never be seen in another movie.(he was excellent too) When I saw L'Eleve and recognized Vincent Cassel as the main actor I could not believe he was the same actor than the one in "La Haine". What a performance. What a great actor!!! More than real as a gang member in "La Haine" and absolutely convincing as a well educated tutor in "l'eleve"
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