See You Up There

See You Up There

  • Director: Albert Dupontel
  • Writer: Albert Dupontel,Pierre Lemaitre
  • Countries of origin: France, Canada
  • Language: French, German
  • Release date: October 25, 2017
  • Runtime: 1 hour 57 minutes
  • Aspect ratio: 2.35 : 1
  • Also known as: До побачення там, нагорі
  • "Au revoir là-haut" is a crime drama film directed by Albert Dupontel, starring Nahuel Pérez Biscayart and Albert Dupontel . It was released in France on October 25, 2017 and released in mainland China on April 30, 2019   .
    The film is adapted from the novel of the same name by Pierre Lemaitre. It tells the story of two soldiers in France after the First World War who were persecuted because of their crimes. Decided to set up a scam to seek justice   .

    Details

    • Release date October 25, 2017
    • Filming locations Theuville, Val-d'Oise, France
    • Production companies Stadenn Prod, Manchester Films, Gaumont

    Box office

    Budget

    €19,750,000 (estimated)

    Gross worldwide

    $16,095,825

    Movie reviews

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    • By Tamara 2022-09-22 13:24:45

      No winner after war is just a statement of probability

      At the end of the war, what the soldiers got was forgetfulness and pain, but the lieutenant, who ignored human life, made ill-gotten gains from the war.

      Those who are rapists and criminals are on the rise, but those who are upright are not able to get ahead.

      There is no winner after the war, it's just a probabilistic statement, because it's just the bottom majority who suffer.

      So are those who died martyrs or victims?

      Even if the survivors tried to resist,...

    • By Laverna 2022-09-22 00:39:33

      The most innocent child is always the most hurt

      I remember Li Ge once said that people who believe in literature and art are naive in their bones. Many times, these people are like real children.

      However, a person who is innocent all his life has to pay a price. Children can be tolerated, but adults cannot but grow up. You can pursue your artistic dream, paint your father as an asshole, and run to the battlefield to be angry with your father, but those misfortunes, deceptions and ugliness that belong to real life will...

    • By Fern 2022-09-20 22:42:31

      goodbye in heaven

      [Topic] Political oligarchs' interests game to trigger war, ambitious people shoot their own soldiers to provoke war, as well as undeserved burials, coffins that cut corners, threats and bribes that are easy to use... The first half hour of the movie is all about the crimes of war. But when I'm used to the dark absurdity of real news, and I hate this stereotype more than I am angry, it's hard to feel how profound this criticism is. Pradelle's evil is just pure evil. Rather than revealing...

    • By Garth 2022-09-20 18:44:33

      Only respected children will be truly 'adults'--"Goodbye in Heaven" & "A Bag of Marbles"

      "Goodbye in Heaven" is a good movie that was delayed by the title. I have seen the source of the film a long time ago, but I always thought it was in a similar form to the film "See You in Heaven" in our country, so I never watched it. Shallow prejudice.

      But because I watched it before and after "A Bag of Marbles", I suddenly understood why God arranged for me to watch it now.

      Both films reflect World War II, but from completely different angles. One is a soldier who...

    • By Jaren 2022-09-15 00:18:54

      goodbye in heaven

      The picture is gorgeous, the structure is exquisite, and the male protagonist's eyes are very good-looking. Logically, it can also justify itself, at least the story is clear.

      There are many things that the plot wants to express, the destruction of war on people, the relationship between father and son, and the pursuit of freedom. Because the length of the film is limited, each part is not particularly detailed, which makes people feel like a glimpse, for example, because the...

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    • By Roger 2022-07-19 23:06:25

      Beautiful, sobbing. Telling an almost surreal war in an almost surreal style. War declarer, war lover and beneficiary, whom he executes in a dream of his own making. And the saddest part is that none of them died - it was someone else who...

    • By Nigel 2022-07-19 22:32:04

      Adapted for the 2013 Goncourt Literary Award, war wounds, father and son (non) reconciliation, the tone is gorgeous like "The Long Engagement" with the theme of the same era, so the humor is too French to form a...

    • By Leopold 2022-07-19 21:44:52

      He spent his life searching for freedom. French literature is so beautiful, my favorite movie of the year, no one. The first time I met was not the audience applauding at the premiere, how much the French liked this...

    • By Aidan 2022-07-19 21:14:46

      The story is too full, as if not wanting to miss any side details, but it weakens the fragile beauty of the main...

    • By Miller 2022-07-19 18:25:13

      Dupontel, who loves to act and direct, is a very personal presence in French commercial films. His collaborators are fixed, and the camera design and the mode of sound and picture coordination can be seen in the shadow of 9 mois ferme, which is still quite audience-friendly and colorful. There are some problems with the play. Several lines clearly show the hesitation of choosing and choosing, and each of them is spread out and none of them are well explained. Nahuel's role is a little weaker,...

    Movie plot

    The handsome painter Edward threw a paintbrush and a spear on the battlefield in a chaotic world. He was smashed half of his face by ruthless artillery fire in order to save his comrade Albert, who was in danger due to accidentally witnessing the crime of the Chief Radeer. After the war, he suppressed his inner feelings, pretended to be killed in battle, kept away from his relatives, wore a mask, kept his name incognito, and lived a...
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    Evaluation action

    The original novel depicts an imaginary secular scroll with fine literature, while the film uses visual effects, artisanal craftsmanship and make-up techniques to bring the scroll to life on the screen  . The film's narrative and images are very smooth from beginning to end, with great help in color grading and pairing generation, and the lens is quite a bit like "Amelie", which is light and agile   . In the film, the use of visual...
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