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Innocence (2004)

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3.5 out of 10 From a visual prespective this film triumphs
Martin from Dublin, 23 Aug 2007
Innocence has a purity to it so absent in contemporary film making so it was a pleasure to see this wonderfully crafted film. The photography is stunning throughout in fact it is breathtaking at times. Whilst a world where children are children until they reach puperty is an idilic one it is appears that the film at times conflicts with its own take on this. It does raise valid questions but its concept is not strong enough to leave any lasting effect on the viewer.
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3 out of 10 Very French!
Ciaran from Dublin, 21 May 2007
This is an odd one indeed. Young girls go to a boarding-type school which houses some mystery as to where the girls go when they come of age. It's quite involving to a point and resolves itself nicely but it may be just a bit too odd for most people.
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1 out of 10 Innocently Boring
Lyn from Cork, 27 Feb 2008
This French art film may be beautifully filmed and the images are great but the lack of a real storyline and the snail's pace bored me to tears - fast forwarded through most of it.
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A subterranean rumbling resonates in the heart of a forest. Hidden by foliage, a metal grate reveals underground passageways, which lead to the cellars of five houses scattered throughout a great park. The park is cut off from the outside world by a huge wall with no door. In one of these houses, a group of girls aged between seven and twelve gathers around a coffin. The coffin lid opens, revealing a six-year-old girl. Her name is Iris. Bianca, the eldest of the group,...

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