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Valérie Donzelli is a French actress and director. Some years ago, her baby had a cancer which he fortunately survived.
Along with lover Jérémie Elkaim, she decided to tell their story in a movie. Both play fictionalized versions of themselves (their characters are named Romeo and Juliet).
The film focuses on a man who spends his days performing car stunts for Hollywood and his nights, offering his services as a getaway driver for criminals.
His minimal, quiet, orderly life is thrown off balance when he strikes a relationship with a woman and her son, as he offers to help the returning father in a job to clear off debts he amassed in prison.
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Jay is struggling financially due to an eight month off work hiatus he has taken due to the psychological and physical impacts of a job gone wrong in Kiev. His friend Gal calls him out however to deal with the people on a client’s kill list. The deeper they go into the job however, the deeper Jay descends into hell.
Brad Pitt stars as Billy Beane, general manager for the Oakland Athletics (A U.S. baseball team). Following a play-off defeat and the loss of key players, Billy Beane is faced with rebuilding his side on a budget that pales in comparison to the money being offered by teams such as the New York Yankees. However a meeting with Yale economics graduate Peter Brand leads him to discover a new way of discovering and evaluating players, through in-depth mathematical statistics.
The story focuses on Caesar, an ape born in a laboratory where scientist Will Rodman (James Franco) has been testing his potential cure for Alzheimers on chimpanzees. After the experiment seemingly falls apart financially, Will is forced to go back to the drawing board and face the possibility that he may never be able to cure his father (John Lithgow) however when Caesar begins to show signs of intelligence beyond that of a human counterpart, Will is given hope.
A married couple are faced with a difficult decision - to improve the life of their child by moving to another country or to stay in Iran and look after a deteriorating parent who has Alzheimers.
Super 8’s protagonist is Joe, a pre teen living in Ohio whose mother dies due to a workplace accident. Struggling to cope with this loss, him and his father have a less than fulfilling relationship, giving Joe more time to help his friend make a zombie movie for a film festival. While out after hours however their masterpiece is halted by an event straight out of the movies, which will change their town and their lives forever.
What happens when we die? Does god protect us? How should we live our lives? These are all questions that have been pondered throughout humanity and are the questions at the centre of Terrence Malick’s latest, The Tree of Life.