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Mommo (2009)

Moving portrayal of sibling love. A bit predictable but very worthwhile. Shot entirely on location with locals as actors.

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Mon copain Rachid (1997)

Refreshingly frank take on the 'children's friendship across a cultural divide' theme.

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Mon fils à moi (2006)

Absorbing and powerful piece. As a psychological drama this film relies very heavily on the work of its actors, and the talented lead Victor Sévaux is entirely capable of matching his distinguished adult co-stars: Olivier Gourmet, who gave such a great performance in the Dardenne brothers' The Son, and the prolific Nathalie Baye.

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Mon oncle (1958)

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Mon oncle Antoine (1971)

Has been described as the greatest Canadian film ever made, and may well be. Certainly is among the very best, along with Les démons, Les bons débarras and the Inuit trilogy Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner, The Journals of Knud Rasmussen and Before Tomorrow.

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Mondo (1995)

Wonderful to see Nice so vividly portrayed on film. Ovidiu Balan gives a touching performance. This is part of Tony Gatlif's set of films about Romani life. I can't fault it anywhere! Just lovely.

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Monsieur Batignole (2002)

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Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran (2003)

Solid and likeable story of a friendship between a Muslim man and a Jewish boy, starring the charismatic Pierre Boulanger alongside the distinguished adult actor Omar Sharif. Screenplay by Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt, who wrote a novel and play of the same name.

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Monsieur Papa (2011)

Surprisingly good! Deals well with a lot of different social issues. Gaspard Meier-Chaurand shows us some fantastic naturalistic acting.

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A Monster Calls (2016)

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Montanha (2015)

Beautiful camerawork, and a talented young star in David Mourato. Somewhat narratively disjointed at times but very worthwhile, with some unique elements. Could make a good dual watch with Tous les rêves du monde.

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Montreal Main (1974)

Unique experimental film presenting a snapshot of a now-vanished time.

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Moonfleet (1955)

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Moonland (1926)

Very sweet without being cloying. Visual effects reminiscent of Georges Méliès and of Victor Sjöström's The Phantom Carriage. Mickey McBan is a delight.

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Moonrise Kingdom (2012)

Maybe I just don't get on with Anderson's whimsical filmmaking style. This is very well done in its own way, but somehow lacking in heart. Nonetheless, it's a good movie. If you like whimsy and visual fun, go for it.

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Moram spavat' andjele (2007)

Also see (if you can!) Three Girls Named Anna and Prometheus from the Island of Viševica.

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Morgen gibt es Fisch (2011)

Touches on a lot of topics without developing them fully: might have been better as a medium-length film.

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Morte a Venezia (1971)

It has been pointed out that this film takes the classicism of the book and turns it into romanticism, with all that Mahler. True enough: wonder what Mann would have made of it? But with Björn Andrésen and Dirk Bogarde you can't go far wrong. Still, I thought that Ladies in Lavender was all in all a better treatment of a similar theme. The good South African film Skoonheid is a darker take on similar material. And 1965's Tonio Kröger is an excellent, faithful Thomas Mann adaptation, with production supervised by Mann's daughter Erika.

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The Mosquito Coast (1986)

As an adaptation of the novel, not very successful; as a film, well made and excellently acted.

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The Mosquito (2014)

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