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Private Property (2006)
"Nue propriété" (original title)

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Since Luc granted a divorce to Pascale ten years ago, he paid generous alimony and left a fine country house as long as their twin sons remain at home. Pascale always acted as if she was ... See full summary »


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Credited cast:
Yannick Renier ...
Patrick Descamps ...
Raphaëlle Lubansu ...
Sabine Riche ...
Dirk Tuypens ...
Philippe Constant ...
Ami de Jan
Amie de Jan
Delphine Bibet ...
Mathias Wertz ...
Enfant amis 1
Jonas Wertz ...
Enfant amis 2
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anton Biral ...
Gerda as a child
Jean-Benoît Ugeux ...
Ami de Thierry


Since Luc granted a divorce to Pascale ten years ago, he paid generous alimony and left a fine country house as long as their twin sons remain at home. Pascale always acted as if she was the provider and head of the household, even now the inseparable brothers are twenty. But she started a secret affair with Flemish neighbor, cook Jan, whose ambition is to start a restaurant and B&B with her. As the boys learn she wants to cancel her job and sell the house for the project, college-man Thierry, who has a steady girl Anne, naturally refuses to let her spend dad's money meant for them. Gentler François, content to remain a handyman, would consider letting her and maybe working in the 'family business'. This causes trouble, even after Pascale moves out to Gerda's indefinitely, leading to tragedy. Written by KGF Vissers

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24 January 2007 (Belgium)  »

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Nue propriété  »

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$15,086 (USA) (18 May 2007)


$62,897 (USA) (5 October 2007)

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Nue Propriete
7 April 2007 | by (Amsterdam, Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Nue Propriete Isabelle Huppert. She was the only reason why I selected to see this movie. She is a brilliant actress and provides such a natural relief by her screen presence. She has got those tricks up her sleeve to glue audience's attention on her – always! The story is about a divorced mother- played obviously by Isabelle; and her two sons – Thierry (ill-tempered) and Francios (sensitive) who live together and the special relationship they share. When the mother wants to sell the house to start a new life with her lover Jan (Kris Cuppens), Thierry is one who apposes the move and this results in dividing the family and a touching ending.

The Director – Joachim Lafosse has also written the story and this is just his fourth movie as a director, yet he shows class. I think the forte of Joachim is the drama woven around his characters. The director lets all the characters in the movie let loose, relaxed and all characters give an astounding real performance. I think each character's brief stands out on its own with crucial expressions and emotions; and at times we feel like missing on one expression while seeing the other. I obviously was always hooked on Isabelle's acting talent.

All the actors have played their role with punctual brief, but the show is stolen with a very good acting done by Jeremie Renier playing Thierry. He shows the vulnerability and childish temperament with ease.

I would like to mention a special scene that is brilliant in the movie

  • when Jeremie is hiding in the bush, with the camera focused on him,
and the hazy background running the actual scene – all taken in one shot. I think this was a true winner shot of the movie.

Go and see the movie, you will enjoy it.

(Stars 7 out of 10)

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