For the next 1. This page has been archived and is no longer updated. After some sex a couple just want to go to Algeria, just like that. They are like the violin masoned in the wall, as it is showed in a symbolic scene when Zano masons his violin. Watch it again if you have the time. And, yes, the soundtrack is superb going from the modern electronic hybrids, passing through the flamenco, until the source of all in the Algerian and therefore by extension African and eastern types of music. Most discussions are about sex, or are complaints in a very basic, low class French. I have NEVER left in the middle of a movie,no matter how horrifying or boring it was, and it is really disappointing for this to be my first time for a film i was so impatient to see.
The matter is the “here” and “now”. It is an attempt to show the life without any more profound sense, without any spirituality. I can’t say whether that was deliberate. However, I warn you, this film may give you the urge to go road-tripping to Algeria. This does not add anything to the movie, and it just reinforces the impression that this is a very fast-fetched work. The direction is good and the story is told at quite a pace, so you won’t get bored.
I had never left a movie theater before the end of the movie, but I just could not stand it for this film. Rate This Sybtitles How was it for you?
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We don’t get much in tonu way of witty dialogue or character development, but the choice shots gaglif clammy skin, tousled hair, odd scars and bad weather evoke an engaging story just the same. Their trip is otherwise fairly straight-forward, apart from stealing a ride in a van onto a ferry that’s not going to Algeria at all, with a consequent need to take a long ride through near desert in a ramshackle bus that breaks down, after which they’re smuggled across the border.
As a viewer I didn’t enjoy any of the scenery as the couple traveled, nothing impressive,characteristic or memorable.
Exils ( Tony Gatlif, 2004) ( 1)
And, yes, the soundtrack is superb going from the modern electronic hybrids, passing through the flamenco, until the source of all in the Tkny and therefore by extension African and eastern types of music. We want to hear what you have to say but need to verify your email. First of all, the subtitles in the version I saw were inconsistent, meaning that sometimes people would speak and Gatlfi would see no subtitles.
The shot’s are beautifully composed.
Post Share on Facebook. It is only said that they are in Spain but hardly anything rxils showed. It appears to be nothing more than time spent on realizing loose habits, fulfilling sexual desires, and listening to music as the best relaxation.
Stereotypically perhaps, due to the fact that EXILS is a French movie, there must exios some nudity, which is a serious moral spoiler. The movie, however, does not make much use of the locations and landscapes that the main characters visit. But i can even cannot understand how Gatlif could achieve best director award at Cannes with this one? I saw this film at the Cinefranco Film Festival in Toronto. The primordial pleasures are at least a little less ephemeral with Gatlif around.
The cinematography is amazing, although its subject matter is often depressingly squalid. However, I warn you, this film may give you the urge to go road-tripping to Algeria.
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Romain Duris as Zano. Shame, because Duris and Azabal are lively performers, showing off their sizzle in a scene where fruit-picking becomes foreplay.
Music is, I think, the most important aspect that needs to be mentioned. The two characters are not exactly role models for today’s youth, but you have to admire their tenacity and their unwillingness to turn back. DramaWorld Cinema. Zano trying to talk Spanish and others really sad Zano crying. Edgy, and impossible to turn away from, and while the filmmaker makes some questionable directing choices, the good far, far outweighs the bad. I really do think that this is showing her developing a connection with her roots: Gatlif whose own family history is echoed in the story shoots in a documentary style that leaves plenty of room for fancy framing like one lengthy take from the back of a moving truck.
So I won’t assume this and will stay on the great feeling left by the trance scene: There are good sequences, good acting, Lubna Azabal is sensual, Romain Duris is good, anyway, you’ll decide what you conserve and what you throw away. When they don’t have live music, Zano and Naima are both plugged into their respective disc-mans – giving Gatlif and his musical collaborator, Delphine Mantoulet, a chance to show off their music.
And despite this he seems to be the one feeling the most at home when they finally reach Algeria. Enamored with their freedom, they let the time slip by, intoxicated by the Andalusia’s sensuality, before they finally decide to cross the Mediterranean, reconstructing in reverse the path of the exile and ending their travels with the promise of recapturing themselves.