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REVIEW: Breathe

Breathe,” a film directed by international actress Mélanie Laurent (Shoshanna!), is located somewhere between the adolescent angst of “Fish Tank… 175 more words

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2015 Atlanta Film Festival: Breathe (Respire)

Breathe is Mélanie Laurent’s adaptation of the sensational French young-adult novel of the same name. Charlie is seventeen and bored, her estranged parents are too caught up in their own drama to pay too much attention to her. 104 more words

2015 Atlanta Film Festival

Respire (2014).

“Hi, Sarah, how is it going? Can we talk? It’s just that… I don’t know what happened over our vacation. Sometimes you were really weird and I was kind of scared” 400 more words

2015 Portland International Film Festival: Marie's Story

Inspired by the life of Marie Heurtin, Marie’s Story is a playful, inspirational, and moving emotional journey between teacher and student set in the 19th century French countryside. 55 more words

2015 Portland International Film Festival

PIFF Previews #1

It’s that most wonderful time of the year when the NW Film Center takes over a smattering of movie theaters around the city to bring you engaging, thoughtful, weird, and heartbreaking cinema from across the globe. 815 more words

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2015 My French Film Festival: Respire (Breathe)

Charlie is 17 years old. She is at that age where life is all about hanging out with friends; emotions, convictions, passions.  Sarah is the new girl in town. 17 more words

5th Annual MyFrenchFestival

RESPIRE (2014)

A film by Mélanie Laurent

Cast: Joséphine Japy, Lou de Laâge, Isabelle Carré

English title: Breathe 

Charlie (Joséphine Japy) Is a 17 years old teenager who has doubt, is a loner and disillusion. 398 more words