Camille Claudel

Camille Claudel
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Anne

Camille is portrayed as a victim of her own genius when in fact it was her family and society that betrayed her. The ending is too awful to contemplate. Sad, beautiful, heartbreaking and authentic portrayal of our intolerance of difference.

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Nichola

Inspiring and sad

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Frank

not the ending I expected nonetheless the story is quite intriguing. overall I will rate this movie 4/10

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