From the Land of the Moon


Drama / Romance


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as Gabrielle Rabascal
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tibi-79748 10 / 10

Amazing movie remember me of A Beautiful Mind this time in a love story

Amazing movie remember me of A Beautiful Mind this time in a love story.

Amazing movie despite low rating, it is a must watch movie. I personally put it on my top list of preferred movies.

Just watch it and ignore its low rating...many people may not understand it.

Reviewed by gradyharp 10 / 10

Visualizing insanity ? with profound compassion

French actress/director Nicole Garcia (Going Away, Little Lilli, Place Vend?me, A View of Love) has transformed Sardinian author Milena Agus' novel 'Mal di pietre' ('disease of kidney stones'), with the assistance of Natalie Carter and Jacques Fieschi, into a staggeringly creative and hauntingly beautiful film that deals with passion and deep seated imagination. It is another showcase for the brilliant actress Marion Cotillard.

Gabrielle (Marion Cotillard) comes from a small village in the South of France, at a time when her dream of true love is considered scandalous, and even a sign of insanity. Her parents marry her to Jos? (Alex Brendem?hl), an honest and loving Spanish farm worker who they think will make a respectable woman of her. Despite Jos?'s devotion to her, Gabrielle vows that she will never love Jos? and lives like a prisoner bound by the constraints of conventional post-World War II society until the day she is sent away to a cure in Switzerland to heal her kidney stones. There she meets Andr? Sauvage (Louis Garrel), a dashing injured veteran of the Indochinese War, who rekindles the passion buried inside her. She promises they will run away together, and Andr? seems to share her desire. Gabrielle is released from the spa, pregnant and convinced Andr? is the father, and the child Marc develops into a fine concert pianist. But even the most beautiful of love affairs can be altered by a mind in need of guidance and the story ends with surprising changes that make us realize we have been a part of Gabrielle's insanity.

Beautifully filmed and rich in fine acting, this is a quiet film that seeps into our psyche as we feel the vagaries of a tenuously intact mind. A brilliant film. Grady Harp, July 17

Reviewed by Lalpera 9 / 10

It is a beautiful movie!

Its hard to start where. I mean the movie is like an eternally flowing river. So you simply don't know where it started or ends. Just like Gabrielle's life, feelings, emotions, love....oh the list is long. Marion is fantastic! She is the live wire of the movie. She takes you wherever she wants to go, along with her journey. Her intensity, stature, fervor has always been her identity or trademark in any movie she acts in. Jose is equally good with his supposedly subdued character. But his silence, that mostly lives in, reflected through his razor sharp eyes hangs on your head like a dagger. I am not too sure of Lt. Andre's character. As to me, was the weakest cast in the movie. True, with his illness there was nothing much he could do in the role, but his imposed vampire like look didn't help much either, to build whatever left to be build.

Daniel Pemberton's Music was awesome and soothing. Use of violin in an alluring pitch in many intense scenes was spellbinding. Chris captures gorgeous landscapes and close-ups. Nicole has done a fantastic job bunching up all these talents together. Simply Fantastic! I will live a long time mesmerizing on this beautifully crafted movie. Excellent!

This movie deserves a generous 9/10!

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