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L'hiver dernier (2011)

Johan inherits the family farm. However, charming as the idea may be, even in the modern globalized world, running a farm is still a matter of hard work, pain, and hope.

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John Shank
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1 win & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

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Vincent Rottiers ... Johann
Anaïs Demoustier ... Julie
Florence Loiret Caille ... Marie
Aurore Clément ... Madeleine
Michel Subor ... Hélier
Carlo Brandt Carlo Brandt ... Jacques
Théo Laborie Théo Laborie ... Pierre
Hélier Cisterne Hélier Cisterne ... Franck
Yoann Blanc Yoann Blanc ... Bastien
Elodie Moreau Elodie Moreau ... Cécile
Carlos De Souza Carlos De Souza ... Sylvain
Daniel Renaud Daniel Renaud ... Aubert
Fabien Dijois Fabien Dijois ... Thomas
Delphine Gros Delphine Gros ... Sarah
Laurent Perez Laurent Perez ... Expert assurance
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Johan inherits the family farm. However, charming as the idea may be, even in the modern globalized world, running a farm is still a matter of hard work, pain, and hope.

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rural setting | farm | nature | snow | fire | See All (5) »

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Drama

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Country:

Belgium | France | Switzerland

Language:

French

Release Date:

29 February 2012 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Last Winter See more »

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2.35 : 1
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A quiet journey to a harsh and beautiful land
6 February 2012 | by logain-youngbullSee all my reviews

Although this movie has a timeless feeling to it, I can't help and feel it is dealing with very contemporary issues. A man fighting for what he believes in, surrounded by a harsh world where the rules of the game are slowly changing and money becomes more important than passion, even when your job is to bond with the land and the animals that live off it.

The visual aspect of this movie is also very important. The photography is stunning, and the landscape is mesmerizing. It is a beautiful, poetic and subtle movie. I can only strongly recommend it, as it fits in the dire times we are all going through and we can all identify with it at some level. A beautiful lesson of cinema. I will be expecting John Shank's next movie with impatience. That man has what it takes.


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