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I've Loved You So Long [Region 4]

By Madman

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Format: DVD (M)
Release Date: 12 November 2009

Kristin Scott Thomas delivers one of the most powerful performances of her career as a woman emotionally imprisoned by the devastating secrets of her past in the highly acclaimed I've Loved You So Long.
The stunning debut feature of celebrated novelist Philippe Claudel, I've Loved You So Long is a profoundly touching story of familial struggles and redemption that explores the trauma of human isolation and the courage it takes to rebuild abroken life.
An enormous critical and box office success in France, I've Loved You So Long has been included in the official selection at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival and part of a special presentations line-up at Toronto Film Festival; ear-marked as a favourite by festival goers.
Heart-rending yet hopeful, I've Loved You So Long is film that will resonate with audiences long after they have left the cinema.

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This is a Region 4 disc, the local region for Australia.

Run Time: 115 minutes
Region: 4
Cast: Kristin Scott-Thomas
Subtitles: English
Publisher: Madman
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KATHERINE CHENG on
 
The film starts with a reunion between 2 women. We figure out they are sisters and one of them has been somewhere for a long time. Juliette (Kristin Scott Thomas) has moved into her sister's house. Juliette has rather a detached, don't-get-too-close air about her. Has she been away? Institutionalised?

As the film goes on, we find out why Juliette apprears to be a 'wanderer', with no fixed address and making her way slowly into the present and future. One of the funniest scenes in the film - at least for me - was when one of the dinner guests makes a joke about Juliette's past and it's one of those moments of 'many a true word spoken in jest' even unintentionally.

This film stayed with me for a very long time and it was one that I recommended to everyone whenever films are mentioned.

Kristin Scott Thomas's was powerful and memorable performance. Ditto for the other French actors, it's just that I am not as familiar with them/their names as I am with British or American actors. This is a 5 1/2 star film.

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