julie-bertuccelli,Since Otar Left [1900] [Multilingual] [Region 1], The Tree, The Tree [Blu-ray]
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"Lies are sustained out of itchy bonds of love in this striking feature debut by Julie Bertuccelli." Entertainment Weekly "It's a wonderful film with a love of intimacy, an eye for potent small moments that can go by unobserved and a willingness to explore the emotional complications of family relationships."Los Angeles Times "Charming....Julie Bertucelli winkles out an affectionate portrait of female resilience....Ultimately very touching." Uncut70.46697

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"Sadness and longing haunt the films of the French director Julie Bertuccelli, whose gorgeous second feature, THE TREE, is set Queensland, Australia..."New York Times "[A] lyrical story of loss and longing....Charlotte Gainsbourg brings aching melancholy to the role of Dawn."Los Angeles Times "[Trees] seem to factor somehow into practically every exquisitely composed frame, and certain segments appear as if filmed from their perspective."Film Comment 3 stars out of 5 -- "French director Julie Bertuccelli, who shot the film Down Under, uses the forces of nature and the giant fig tree the family has on their property almost as characters."Box Office "[T]here are some stupendously beautiful moments in Julie Bertuccelli's eccentric and thought-provoking contribution to the genre."Sight and Sound1.103378

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"Sadness and longing haunt the films of the French director Julie Bertuccelli, whose gorgeous second feature, THE TREE, is set Queensland, Australia..."New York Times "[A] lyrical story of loss and longing....Charlotte Gainsbourg brings aching melancholy to the role of Dawn."Los Angeles Times "[Trees] seem to factor somehow into practically every exquisitely composed frame, and certain segments appear as if filmed from their perspective."Film Comment 3 stars out of 5 -- "French director Julie Bertuccelli, who shot the film Down Under, uses the forces of nature and the giant fig tree the family has on their property almost as characters."Box Office "[T]here are some stupendously beautiful moments in Julie Bertuccelli's eccentric and thought-provoking contribution to the genre."Sight and Sound1.103378

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