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Not a well made film, but the ideas are intriguing and Morgana Davies is marvellous as 8 year old Simone.
A raw and pointed story of what happens when life is turned upside down. Stunning and beautiful.
A mystical story about a family dealing with grief.
Worth watching for the performance by Morgana Davies as Simone.
(I love the the title of the book, "Our Father Who Art in the Tree".)
A film about death that never really comes to life.
Mostly a non event, containing the antics of a brat child and the whimsy of a widow
The Tree (2010): A whimsical Australian-French co-production, using the innocent charm of the child performers and their respective quirky characters (especially Morgana Davies as eight-year-old Simone) as a narrative strength. The adults also fare well with a distant, complex turn by Charlotte Gainsbourg and a fine Marton Csokas, keeping viewers engaged as the titular character dominates their emotional and physical lives, offering comfort and solace, as well as expressing anger and pain. Beautifully photographed and gently scored, this is a touching drama.
Beautiful well-written film, gorgeous settings, but still missing something. Gainsbourg was great as the mother, but Morgana Davies as the little girl was the star of the movie.
ich guck keine filme mehr mit charlotte gainsbourg....nur wenn es wirklich gegenargumente gibt...für esotherikfans und freunde von frau gainsbourg sicherlich ok aber der rest kanns auch lassen
Nothing in this movie feels heartfelt and genuine. Instead, everything feels wooden and artificial.
Vi beleza no processo de luto de uma famÃlia. Recomendo.