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Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Cross of 'F for Fake' and 'Contempt.' Satisfying and dissatisfying. A pleasure to watch.
Michael Cole over 5 years ago
I was enjoying their conversations until the transitional twist half-way through.
Kate Du-Rose 7 years ago
Enjoyable enough, but felt more like a clever, arty trick, than satisfying film
Renard Bansale over 7 years ago
Mind-bending in its simplicity and its two-faced storyline. Truly an art-house gem.
J.C. almost 8 years ago
A tense and captivating study on — among other things — the affective power of fiction.
Tim Jules Hull almost 8 years ago
one of the most tedious experiences of my life
Amirreza Edalat 7 months ago
Arijit Shaw over 2 years ago
Matteo Satta over 2 years ago
Sam Bowman almost 3 years ago
Roxana Parsa almost 3 years ago
Justin Wagner 3 years ago
Lucy Avramova over 5 years ago
Tinnuel almost 6 years ago
Zan over 6 years ago
Diana Vaz over 6 years ago
eytyxia gogorosi almost 7 years ago
Bis Lf 7 years ago
Certified Copy (French: Copie conforme) is a 2010 film by Iranian writer and director Abbas Kiarostami, starring Juliette Binoche and the British opera singer William Shimell, in his first film role. The film is set in Tuscany, and focuses on a British writer and a French antiques dealer, whose relationship undergoes an odd transformation over the course of a day. The film was a French-majority production, with co-producers in Italy and Belgium. The dialogue is in French, English and Italian. The film premiered at the 2010 Cannes Film Festival, where Binoche won the Best Actress Award for her performance. Critics have been mostly positive and have compared the film to several others, notably Roberto Rosselini's 1954 film Journey to Italy. British writer James Miller (Shimell) is in Tuscany to give a talk about his new book, titled "Certified Copy", which argues that, in art, issues of authenticity are irrelevant, because every reproduction is itself an original and even the original...
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