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The Bird (2011)
"L'oiseau" (original title)

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Anne
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Raphaël
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Marc
Serge Riaboukine ...
Claude
Alice Belaïdi ...
Latifa
Mirela Sofronea ...
Christina
Stéphanie Cassignard ...
Femme au cinéma
Mathieu Salvat ...
Cédric
Bernard Le Gall ...
L'artisan
Benoît Rivière ...
Aide cuisine
Marianne Ploquin ...
Élise
Roberto Carlos Sosa ...
Le client argentin
Jérôme Thibault ...
Le médecin
Jeff Bigot ...
L'agent immobilier
Françoise Goubert ...
L'aide soignante
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Mesmerizing
27 January 2012 | by (France) – See all my reviews

I don't know what happened to me during the watching of this movie, but I feel as if I had spent this time catched by it, and especially the marvellous acting of Sandrine Kiberlain. Though, I can understand that this kind of movie needs a real encounter between him and you, and thus it isn't sure that everyone could easily like it : there is not a lot of actions, and rare are the dialogus. But, something is, at every seconds, happening. An emotion is coming up, or a thinking, at every scenes. Sandrine Kberlain is totally mesmerizing with an acting that could be defined as showing by non-showing. All that is happening is inside her, but also in you as you watch the movie playing. In a word, this movie is delicate. And so, very beautiful. Maybe to be experienced alone, in a dark room.


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