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A young handsome Gerard Depedieu in the classic story of Martin Guerre.
Great cast, cinematography, acting and beautifully directed. Such a joy to watch...
I loved Everthing about film. I was completely carried away into their world.
The movie is a thriller. It examines the notion of truth as a story we tell ourselves.
Gerard Depardieu and entire cast in a beautiful, suspenseful rendition of a true story from the 16th century.
One of my favorite movies of all time!
This is a classic film, one of the very first European films I watched as a "wee lad" back in the 80s. This along with Cyrano are two of my favorite Depardieu performances. The casting is spot-on, the set is 100% believable, acting is fantastic. Is this a re-mastered version? Why the re-release? that being said, will definitively see it again!
An interesting and engrossing movie, which is so wonderful in recreation of the epoch, the 16th century rural France, that it leaves one in awe. Depardieu is as always excellent, as he usually was early back than, in the 80th.
This movie is not a story of Martin Guerre but all about his wife. A shocking, subversive love story between a deserted woman and a man who loves her on her real husband's behalf.
Loved it. One of my favorite films. It is based on a true story. Your movie info is wrong. Unlike Summersby, the character is not hung for killing himself, but for being an impostor. The wife escapes being hung for the "crime" of adultery by claiming that she was tricked. So glad the times have changed.