The Death of Louis XIV
La Mort de Louis XIV

The Death of Louis XIV - La Mort de Louis XIV
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jo

A very mature film for a very mature audience!! Bravo Monsieur Serra....

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harrison

Serra has done his subject justice, transmuting the slow and steady march toward oblivion into an aptly imposing and unyielding work of art.

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Noah

J'ai adoré ce film! Trés émouvant. Vive le Roi!

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Frank Sherman

Yes. I understand this movie. THIS MOVIE, I understand. BUt, when you get to a certain age (trust me, I got "way" past this age) you start to realize that life is PRECIOUS PEOPLE. Was the cinematography great?" YEs. Was the script with a plot hole? WHO CARES

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Nanci

Sad. Boring.

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