Jonas et Lila, à demain (1999)

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A fake sequel to Jonas qui aura 25 ans en l'an 2000 (1976). Jonas is now indeed 25, has studied cinema and is living with his black lover, Lila, in Geneva, Switzerland. Between disillusions... See full summary »

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20 December 2000 | calenco
10
| A deep hope in tomorrow's movie making
This is one of the best films i've seen in the last ten years. It's full of very rich character relationship. But the one i really adore is the one between Jonás and Anziano, his teacher. Through this role superb played by Heinz Bennet, Tanner actualizes world cinematography landscape, and refresh the european. Anziano's gaze is as lucid that blinds, and really out of intellectual poses. This comment must end honestly inviting to see the movie. Don't forget to take a note pad to write down Anziano's commets on movie making and Mankind.

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Release Date:

5 January 2000

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Switzerland

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