Those Who Make Revolution Halfway Only Dig Their Own Graves

2016 [FRENCH]


Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh100%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled38%
IMDb Rating6.710403

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Anna Maguire as Anna
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1.65 GB
French 2.0
24 fps
3 hr 3 min
P/S 5 / 13
3.06 GB
French 2.0
24 fps
3 hr 3 min
P/S 10 / 17

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by javierubio1 / 10

Annoying, Worst French Movie EVER!

Noisy, Annoying, Clueless, I really even feel bad after watching this non-sense film about Revolution . Juts a waste of time and This Director wanted to show ...Oops ...What did he want to show ? I am completely confused the story was horrible, the acting completely subjective to a state of mind of craziness of these people showing up naked and claiming justice on their own.

I really do not want to continue with this it makes me feel bad because the objective of any Director should be clear and objective ,completely different from this French film that, by the way is the WORST I have ever watched ever!

Reviewed by RaulFerreiraZem6 / 10

Ceux qui font les révolutions à moitié n'ont fait que se creuser un tombeau

There are a few good ideas and a few scenes that work really well in this one but overrall is kind of a pain. First of it is way too long. Second thing, for someone that already watched kichiku dai enkai, ecstasy of angels, the third generation and la chinoise this one feels very mild taste. The "point" of the film is pretty much the same as in those other ones but this time it seems quite a bit more moralistic and also kind of cynical. The last 20 minutes or so are really dumb and the film as a whole suffers from it. Also i would like to point out that while i am a casual enjoyer of black metal music, that one scene felt really gimmicky and annoying.

Reviewed by landry228 / 10

Simply amazing!

Got the chance to screen at the FNC in Montreal. It's far from being a perfect movie but it's got enough meat for me to chew on for a while! It's a manifesto. It's an homage. It's a scrapbook of all the revolutionary movements that ever existed.

Mathieu Denis and Simon Lavoie concocted a curious cinematographic essay, that takes four participants of the Printemps Erable movement of 2012 ans tries to see where they could be a few years later. It's not quite political fiction but it is fiction and it is political. It is also very poetic and at times theatrical. It also mixes actual footage from the 2012 events, and other real interviews, with their fictive character portrait. They quote Godard "La Chinoise" as an influence, but watching it I also thought of Michel Brault's "Les Ordres" maybe because of the nationalist theme. The result is simply amazing. Bravo!

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