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Dans la brume (2018)

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A family attempts to survive a massive catastrophe in Paris.


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Guillaume Lemans (screenplay), Jimmy Bemon (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Romain Duris ... Mathieu
Olga Kurylenko ... Anna
Fantine Harduin ... Sarah
Michel Robin ... Lucien
Anna Gaylor Anna Gaylor ... Colette
Réphaël Ghrenassia Réphaël Ghrenassia ... Noé
Erja Malatier Erja Malatier ... Charlotte
Alexis Manenti ... Policier ivre
Maurice Antoni Maurice Antoni ... Monsieur Belkacem
Robin Barde ... Jeune soldat
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Geoffroy De La Taille Geoffroy De La Taille
Christopher Ramoné Christopher Ramoné ... Passant paniqué


A family attempts to survive a massive catastrophe in Paris.

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Release Date:

4 April 2018 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Just a Breath Away See more »


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€11,270,000 (estimated)
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2.39 : 1
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6 September 2018 | by vincentgaSee all my reviews

September 6, 2018

3/10 and I am generous. Fortunately, the film "only lasts" 90 minutes even though it's like it's three times longer.

The voice of Romain Duris is quite unbearable in this film. I do not know if he does the same in others because I do not know this actor.

It is like someone strangling him all the way through the movie when he speaks. A kind of forced whisper. Very disagreeable.

I think the French used "special effects" to hide the person strangling Romain Duris during the film so that his voice was so horrible.

Instead of trying to make films like the United States but with a budget of 1 million, the French should go back to what it did in the past. (e.g. Death Live with Romy Schneider) There are enough crappy movies from the United States, with budgets of $ 200 million or more, whose history is inversely proportional to the special effects.

Moreover, it is a shame that the French never subtitles their films (from France). It is a shame not to put French subtitles. They imagine that all people on the planet speak French (inhabitant of France).

It is true that Hitler eliminated all hearing impaired people in France during the last world war.

It often seems that when the French speak they do it as if they were talking with a hot potato in the mouth and / or they have a stick to plant in their ass.

As long as Quebeckers, who dream of being French (they are colonized, we must not forget), when they shoot movies with the French - they receive money from the Quebec government when they take a Quebecker with them - they forget their language easily, the Quebecois, to speak like the French. Usually they forget forever their language, the Québécois, to speak only French.

To see the French replace their French words with English words, the French will disappear in the not too distant future and in France, we will speak English. That is a shame but it is their choice. French culture will die soon.

To come back to the film it is boring and you have to be brave to watch it until the end. Even if you have time to waste, it is better to lose it simply by doing nothing at all than watching this "Dans la Brumet".

Another film where special effect cost at least 80% of the budget.

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