The Passion of Augustine
La passion d'Augustine

The Passion of Augustine - La passion d'Augustine
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Maureen

Music for the soul.
Beautifully filmed, scenery stunning and excellent acting.

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jocelyne

far away from the american blockbuster. Simple life, simple pain such a strengh. love it

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Susan

I enjoyed this very much. Beautifully filmed and a touching story of a way of life that's long gone.

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Robert

Absolutely stunning! Extraordinary acting from a hugely talented cast (young and old). Nuanced storytelling and well-crafted filmmaking at its finest.

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