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One needs to remember that French (and films from other foreign countries) films are not like American films. Neither the ending, nor the writing, nor the production may be what you might expect if most of what you see are American films. We liked the film, it wasn't great, but I do not consider it a waste of my time. We watched it on TV5, the DISH-TV French extra cost channel. TV5 gave DISH the wrong description, as it was for ONE LAST FLIGHT, a movie about a boy & his grandpa who share their love for aviation. Surprise, surprise, it was about a woman trying to enlist the French Foreign Legion (Légion Étrangère) to help her. We saw it in French and I ignore the subtitles, but my wife reads them. I'm French, she's English. We both concurred that the woman pilot looking for her lost love was NOT married to the lost love (as said elsewhere on this page). He was married to another. Anyway, just take these films for what they are, just a fantasy, and dismiss your critical sense and let your imagination put you right up on that screen, next to the characters as they play out their parts. That's my goal. Hope this helps. Rocky in Arizona

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A small French regiment in the Sahara is having difficulties in their position about an enemy that looms not far away. Into their camp a small two engine plane arrives. To everyone's surprise it is a woman pilot. Marie Valliers de Baumont has come to the area where she believes her fiancé must have had an accident. The French officers, especially Antoine Chauvet, is skeptical the fallen aviator survived, but in Marie's heart, she knows they made a pact and she will find him.When a sand storm destroys Marie's airplane, she has no other choice but to stick around the soldiers, something Chaubet is reluctant to allow. Marie prevails and become part of the small division. After being attacked and suffering casualties, Chaubet and Marie do everything possible to continue, but the Sahara has another idea for them.The film directed by Karim Dridi, who co-adapted the material from a novel by Sylvain Estibal. He was trying to re-create an atmosphere in the inhospitable Sahara desert with a built in romance. It was inevitable that Marie and Chaubet ended up together because the passion their encounter provokes in spite of their differences when they first meet. One thing though, Marie had the best intentions for locating the remains of the lost plane, which turned out to be closer than what they thought it would be.Marion Cotillard and Guillaume Canet had collaborated with more success before. Their appearance in this movie will not add anything to both of their careers. The gorgeous locations were photographed by Antoine Monod and Le Trio Jourban contributed to the tuneful musical score.

Watch this cuz the news in 2021 that the dad found his son finally. For the movie, its very moving for the act that the dad drove miles away to find his lost son. The root cause is really the absent minded of Chinese old way thinking that boy is better than girl. With the policy of more child in mainland China, hope such human trafficking of kids could end finally. This movie is filming in a lost son dad perspective, another movie called "so long my son" is from bought son dad perspective.

Caroline Thomas (Betty White), a grandmother, goes to the train station every Valentine's Day. It was there that she last saw her husband, Neal, who was shipped off to the Pacific during World War II. Also, the two of them, young and in love, were married on February 24th so its a special day. Since the day Caro got the telegram stating that her husband was missing in action, this fine lady makes this gesture of hope that he will return one day. Luckily, she does have loving support from her handsome grandson, Lucas (Sean Faris), whose father never met his dad, Neal, because his birth came after the squadron was sent away, too. By some happenstance, the story of Caroline's faithful station visits comes to the producers of a show called American Diaries. They send beautiful reporter, Susan (Jennifer Love Hewitt) to Mrs. Thomas' house to investigate the possibility of doing a human interest television spot on the war widow. At first, she is a bit reluctant, but soon she is delivering a captivating tale to Susan. Grandson Lucas also spars with Susan a few times but then grows warmer in his attitude. This begins to complicate the situation because Susan is almost engaged to another globe-trotting reporter named Andrew (Will Chase). Then, Caroline has a mild heart attack. Also, Susan discovers that she may have path to discover what did happen to Neal. So, will the program be made and will it include the truth about Neal's fate? This lovely film deserves to be FOUND, by anyone and everyone. It is just terrific in every way, from the cast to the production to the heart-felt story. White doesn't get to display much of her sensational humor but she is great in a more serious role than she normally undertakes. Love-Hewitt and Faris make a very fine, potentially romantic duo. Also, the flashbacks to the forties are made with care, providing a wonderful glimpse into an era gone by. Do you want to spend an evening at home with the best possible entertainment? Then, silly, don't wait and go find The Lost Valentine.

Superb Bette White leads an equally phenomenal cast in this Hallmark Film about a lost love. Despite the fact that her husband has been missing for 66 years, Caroline Thomas still faithfully waits for him at Union Station each Valentine's Day. This recounts their separation when he went off to be a navy pilot during World War 11 and never returned. Their romance, marriage and year together are vividly remembered.A young reporter wishing to do a documentary on the subject falls for Caroline's grandson and love abounds in a new generation. Isn't this the same old story? However, it's so well done here.White reminds me of Gloria Stuart recounting a lost love in "Titanic." These films are so poignantly done.The ending, providing closure, will forever tug at your heart.

A Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation that tugs at the heart strings and brings an unashamedly tear or two. Newlywed Caroline Thomas(Betty White)says goodbye to her young Navy pilot husband on Valentine's Day in 1944. He is off to war and she hands him a handmade valentine as he promises to come back safe to the LA Union Station. Caroline returns every Valentine's Day and waits for a train carrying her husband. Her husband is considered MIA, but she returns to the train station...for 60 years. A young TV journalist(Jennifer Love Hewitt)sees a poignant human interest story that may just boost her career. In the process she falls in love with Caroline's grandson(Gil Gerard). The use of flashbacks really add depth to the story line and Meghann Fahy is absolutely gorgeous as the young Caroline.

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The first five minutes of Suzhou were hard to stand for me because I don't go for an overnervous handcamera. From than on one of the most sophisticated and touching lovestories was unfolded in the scenery of Shanghai where the director could only film unofficially. This makes Suzhou look half-documentary and helps to transmit the cold truth of betrayed love as well as the disturbing search for a warm reunion with the lost lover. You'll not only be surprised by the end. It will deeply move you.

"SUZHOU RIVER is a wonderment, bristling with frenzies wrought by a hand-held camera, the crisply edited montages of riparian denizens and passers-by, a mermaid fairy-tale and most prominently, a subjective POV of an unnamed videographer, a flâneur whose face is never shown, and whose voice-over channels you into the love imbroglio, Mardar (Jia), a courier on motorcycle, crosses his path with Mudan (Zhou), the ponytailed daughter of a rich businessman, they fall in love, but deception ensues, Mudan is devastated and jumps into the Suzhou river and is never found again. Years later, an out-of-the-slammer Mardar returns and finds Mudan's doppelgänger in Meimei (Zhou), the videographer's girlfriend, is Meimei and Mudan the same person? And can Mardar have a second chance to redress his mistake? Or will the doomed lovers motif prevail again?"read my full review on my blog: cinema omnivore, thanks.

Suzhou River's beginning represents an extremely compelling film. It has it all - a great narrative, great acting, great score, and it is emotionally involving. But the director/screenwriter throws it all away when he decides simply to revert back to Sir Alfred Hitchcock's Vertigo. Vertigo is one of those films that is impossible to top, so it is just a waste of time to try.Here is my experience during Suzhou River, after having enjoyed the first 30 minutes or so immensely: I hear the score sampling Bernard Herrmann's Vertiginous theme, and see the camera quoting the film, and my mind immediately jumped back on my dreamlike memories of Vertigo. It's as if Suzhou River disappeared. Near the end, the film started to become a little more original, and my daydreams faded, but I was pretty lost at that point.Don't get me wrong. Suzhou River is still a fine film. I would actually like someone to remake most of it, taking out the Vertigo homage and inserting something more original. 7/10 041b061a72


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