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    In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fianc├ę in France meets a mysterious Frenchman who visits the fianc├ę's grave to lay flowers.
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  • Actors of "Frantz"

  • Characters of "Frantz"

    Paul Renard. Character of Frantz
    Played by: Pierre Niney
    Anna. Character of Frantz
    Played by: Paula Beer
    Dr. H. Holderlin. Character of Frantz
    Magda Hoffmeister. Character of Frantz
    Played by: Marie Gruber
    Frantz Hoffmeister. Character of Frantz
  • Directors of "Frantz"

    Fran├žois Ozon. Director of Frantz
    Fran├žois Ozon
    Birthdate: 15 November 1967, Paris, France
  • Creators of "Frantz"

    Fran├žois Ozon. Director of Frantz
    Fran├žois Ozon
    Birthdate: 15 November 1967, Paris, France
    Philippe Piazzo. Director of Frantz
    Philippe Piazzo
  • Critic Reviews of "Frantz"

    Detroit News
    June 02, 2017

    "Frantz" offers a sympathetic, if dark, look at the awful wake of war, at the cost of institutional violence, as well as the cost of surviving.

    May 04, 2017

    Ozon wants to add another layer of perspective, to place Frantz's death in yet another context. Instead, the film's second half makes the first look strategic-a means to an end-serving less to countervail or complement than to cancel it out.

    San Diego Reader
    April 07, 2017

    The perhaps too-beautifully manicured black-and-white 'Scope cinematography and Paula Beer's bravura turn as the German girl who got left behind make it worth your while.

    Arizona Republic
    April 07, 2017

    "Frantz," a moving film set in post-World War I Europe, looks at truth and lies and the necessity for both in a grieving world that makes no sense.

    Globe and Mail
    April 07, 2017

    A fine bilingual cast, haunting period detail and a provocative approach to a twisting story carry the day.

    Irish Times
    June 14, 2017

    A splendid cast work through the complications and stages of grief to provide a scathingly anti-nationalist warning from history.

    Culture Trip
    June 13, 2017

    It's one of the most beguilingly beautiful and heart-tugging films of the year so far.

    Anchorage Press
    May 30, 2017

    The plot itself is interesting, but what makes it even more so is that it pivots on the idea that human beings have the power to accept facts and interpret truth.

    The Arts Desk
    May 19, 2017

    Ozon has achieved emotional depths that are rather new for him.

    Film Ireland Magazine
    May 18, 2017

    While not quite the masterpiece that it intends to be, Frantz still stands as one of the most touching romances this year so far.

    Hot Press
    May 17, 2017

    As the film takes on the tone of a Hitchcockian detective story, the micro and macro themes converge compellingly.

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