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Le dernier des immobiles (2003)

Young director Nicola leads a film team to interview Matthieu, restricted to a wheelchair and life in his windmill. Time and missed shots of the four seasons make Nicola realize the ... See full summary »

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Matthieu Messagier ...
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Nicola Sornaga ...
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Dinara Drukarova ...
Diana (as Diana Droukarova)
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Ingelor Balzer
Thierry Beauchamp
André Benbaga
Orianne Bentala
Roger Berthet
Benjamin Bober
Franco Bonetti
Michel Bulteau
Marius Busioc
Patrick Chauveau
Alain Christie ...
Joseph, cinematographer (voice)
Jean-Pierre Cretin

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Young director Nicola leads a film team to interview Matthieu, restricted to a wheelchair and life in his windmill. Time and missed shots of the four seasons make Nicola realize the futility of his project. The film is more and more out of his control. He progressively falls into a quest of burlesque and poetic illumination. Written by Anonymous

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A lovely movie.
11 April 2009 | by (Valencia, Spain) – See all my reviews

This was the film that made me fond of cinema. Five years ago I had just moved to a flat that happened to be next to the local "filmoteca", and the city's young cinema festival was running just then. There were very few movies I had enjoyed back then and I didn't even know there were things such as a mockumentary, but out of curiosity I decided to watch a random movie. It was a delightful experience - unexpectedly I had met a movie that really appealed to me. It remains my favorite film I've watched in a film festival together with Matija Klukovic's 'Ajde, dan... prodji...', and my favorite movie this kind (and I absolutely love Zelig!). A blissful movie - fanciful, bohemian, witty, relaxing and very likable.


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