The Innocents (2016)Anne Fontaine's film is set in 1945 in Poland starring Lou de Laâge, Agata Buzek, Agata Kulesza follows a young doctor who is sent to help the survivors of the German camps finds out several nuns in advanced states of pregnancy when she visits to a nearby convent.Genre: DramaCountry: FranceDuration: 115 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 7.3
Actors of "The Innocents (2016)"Maria Szadkowska-MalinowskaBirthdate: 2 August 1939, Ostrowiec, Wilenskie, Poland [now Astraviec, Belarus]
Characters of "The Innocents (2016)"
Directors of "The Innocents (2016)"Anne FontaineBirthdate: 15 July 1959, Luxembourg
Creators of "The Innocents (2016)"Sabrina B. KarineBirthdate: 20 August 1984, Dijon, Côte-d'Or, FranceAlice VialBirthdate: 15 July 1986
Critic Reviews of "The Innocents (2016)"Time OutNovember 07, 2016
An emotionally involving rather than harrowing film, with scenes as beautiful as oil paintings.San Diego ReaderAugust 04, 2016
Director and co-writer Anne Fontaine makes every shot and every exchange count in her tender but penetrating exploration of sisterhood in a brutal world.Arizona RepublicJuly 29, 2016
Fontaine ("Gemma Bovary," "Coco Before Chanel") has just the right touch. There is no melodrama here, simply women of faith living day to day.Seattle TimesJuly 28, 2016
Shot in artful, quiet light (many of the frames look like elegant paintings), "The Innocents" is beautifully performed by its nearly all-female cast; each nun, even those unnamed, is given her own personality and story.Christian Science MonitorJuly 15, 2016
The ghastliness of this situation has its black comic aspects, but director Anne Fontaine keeps everything on an even keel -- too even.Globe and MailJuly 15, 2016
The Innocents is a powerful, brave film that will stay with you for days.The Sunday AgeMay 02, 2017
Shot through with winter tones and a solemn contemplation that evokes religious art, The Innocents evokes the struggle for spiritual survival.ArtsHubMay 02, 2017
The Innocents may be understandably solemn in mood and sober in approach, but it's illuminating in probing the minutiae of resilience amidst the unexpected and the horrific.The Age (Australia)April 28, 2017
[Fontaine] retains her knack for keeping the viewer guessing about what she might be up toThe AustralianApril 28, 2017
It builds to something quite remarkable.Adelaide ReviewApril 28, 2017
With gorgeous cinematography by Caroline Champetier and memorably unsentimental performances... Fontaine's film is neither anti-religion nor pro-science but, instead, about compassion, mercy and forgivenes.Flicks.co.nzMarch 02, 2017
An utterly graceful film about an almost graceless time.
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