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Le tout nouveau testament (2015)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Fantasy | 1 September 2015 (Belgium)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Pili Groyne ... Ea
... Dieu
... Martine
... François
... La femme de Dieu
... Aurélie
... Marc
Didier De Neck ... Jean-Claude
Marco Lorenzini ... Victor
Romain Gelin ... Willy
... Xenia, l'Allemande
... Le prêtre
... Jésus Christ
Gaspard Pauwels ... Kevin
Bilal Aya ... Philippe
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God lives in human form as a cynical writer with his young opinionated daughter in present-day Brussels, Belgium. She concludes that her dad is doing a terrible job and decides to rewrite the world, descending to earth in search of her own 6 messengers to write a brand new testament and change the status quo.

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God exists, he lives in Belgium. See more »

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Comedy | Fantasy

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1 September 2015 (Belgium)  »

Also Known As:

El nuevo nuevo testamento  »

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Budget:

€8,555,500 (estimated)

Opening Weekend USA:

$19,812, 16 December 2016, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$89,182, 6 January 2017

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$100,933, 15 January 2017
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The official Belgian submission for the 2016 Academy Awards. See more »

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Ea claims a number of times that she can't cry, yet earlier in the film she has tears under her eyes after her Dad had hit her with his belt. See more »

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Dieu: Law 1522:If one day you fall in love with a woman there's a great chance you will not spend your life with her.
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The credits are designed as though they are embroidered on fabric, with embroidered images on each side. See more »

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Features The Sheik (1921) See more »

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Cossacks' Song
Written by Yevgeni Dolmatovsky (as E. Dolmatovski) and Vladimir Lugovskoy
Performed by The Red Army Choir
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Gloriously inventive, hilarious, metaphysical, big-hearted and satisfying.
7 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

This is a fantasy, black comedy. Jesus Christ's kid sister Ea is living with their dad, God, and their mum, Goddess, in a city apartment in Brussels in the present day. She is sick of God's cruel and violent ways and at age 10, puts an end to it by freezing his computer and fleeing the apartment into the city.

Her last act before sabotaging her evil Dad is to text everyone with their date of death as her father, God, has fated it. This causes first a media storm, then great changes in the world and for individuals now certain of the imminence or otherwise of their mortality.

It is a wild romp as young Ea sets out with a homeless man as a scribe to find another half dozen disciples to add to her big brother's twelve, and write The Brand New Testament based on details of ordinary people's lives.

It is more whimsical and generous than blasphemous, but still, atheists will be as thrilled as believers will be enchanted, by the new apostles.

The storytelling is exquisite; Amelie-esque might be the best description of the style. Elaborately constructed frames of short bursts of gorgeous, surreal elements pepper the action to ensure that this movie is a very rare delight.

Gloriously inventive, coherent, hilarious, metaphysical, philosophical, big-hearted, and satisfying. This is 5 star entertainment for 15 and up.

Andrew Bunney, Let's Go To The Pictures, Three D Radio, Adelaide


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