The Brand New Testament (2015)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Fantasy


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Did you know that God is alive and lives in Brussels with his daughter?

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  • Dominique Abel in The Brand New Testament (2015)
  • Benoît Poelvoorde in The Brand New Testament (2015)
  • François Damiens and Laura Verlinden in The Brand New Testament (2015)
  • François Damiens in The Brand New Testament (2015)
  • Benoît Poelvoorde in The Brand New Testament (2015)
  • Laura Verlinden in The Brand New Testament (2015)

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19 January 2016 | Jerghal
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| Touches on profound subjects but aims mainly to be a crowdpleaser
Le tout nouveau testament (LTNT) is Jaco Van Dormael's first new big film since the brilliant Mr. Nobody. For this he returns to his Belgian roots and makes a film about God, a grumpy, abusive middle-aged guy who lives in Brussels with his daughter and submissive wife. His daughter gets fed up and escapes to the real world. LTNT mixes self-depricating humor with drama in a visually pleasing film. The shots composition sometimes reminded me a bit of Wes Anderson's films (the dead-on shots with the character in the middle). The film is rather uplifting and lighthearted and does try to be entertainment mostly but it's not as deep or dramatic as aforementioned Mr. Nobody. Still a very good watch with great acting that should please almost anybody.

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