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Les moissons de l'océan (1998)

TV Movie  -   -  5 October 1998 (France)
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Manuel Galvès
Dominique Guillo ...
Nicolas Galvès
Florence Darel ...
Violette Levasseur / Galvès
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Gracianne
Roger Souza ...
Diego Galvèz
Alain Doutey ...
M. Baptiste Levasseur
Danièle Lebrun ...
Mme. Reine Levasseur
Nicolas Vaude ...
Lionel Levasseur
Julien Cafaro ...
Cadet
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Catherine Alcover ...
Thérèsa
Joël Barc
Violaine Barret
Jean Beghin
Jeff Bigot ...
Gabriel
Frédéric Bouchet
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An excellent TV film with quality actors.
17 November 2001 | by (Nevers, France) – See all my reviews

First part: The dialogue is effective, if not powerful, the sets show an exceptional attention to detail, the images possess a great beauty, the actors are talented. A work of really great quality.

Second part: This part offers an accurate portrait of the psychology of fishermen and clearly shows the antagonism which drives the two brothers apart.

Third part: Astonishingly, this part, much more sombre than the previous parts, is less convincing. The avalanche of bad luck which tumbles onto the Levasseur family weighs down the intrigue. This is a shame, because the actors' performances remains one of a rare quality.

Fourth part: This epilogue sometimes appears theatrical but maintains the (remarkable) quality of the acting, direction and cinematography which make this a choice piece of television.


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