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Very moving and realistic. I liked that this movie was realistic, slow and quiet.Published 4 months ago by EM
We're afficionados of Kermer's Maigret, and Rampling's entire oeuvre (withe the exception of The Night Porter), so we're an easy sell. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
Once again Charlotte Rampling's performance demonstrates the genius that she brings to cinema. Despite the film's predictable final scene, Rampling mesmerizes us in every scene.Published 16 months ago by Dale H. Ross
Imagine going through life never knowing what happened to your significant other.
What would you do? How would you act? Read more
Losing a loved one can stir in us emotions we are not willing, or maybe not even mentally capable, to accept. This is the case when Marie's husband Jean goes missing. Read morePublished on January 4, 2010 by Andrew Ellington
In some respects, "Under the Sand" reminded me of George Sluizer's "The Vanishing." Like the obsessive, tormented Rex, who launches a three year search for his abducted girlfriend,... Read morePublished on December 21, 2008 by Bibliofiend
The director once again dives into human's soul. And the result is an extraordinary portrait of grief, that hounts you for days after you've watched the movie... Read morePublished on July 4, 2006 by Gnomeo
Although it may seem there is a whole lot of nothing much going on in this film, what little that is going on says volumes about life for all of us. Read morePublished on April 19, 2006 by book worm
I could see why many consider this to be one of Francois Ozon's best films.
It is good. You just have to be in the right frame of mine to appreciate it. Read more