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Lilies (1996 movie)

2 Ratings: 4.0
A movie

A Catholic bishop is taken hostage in a prison by his boyhood friend, Simon, in 1952. Simon forces his boyhood friend to reenact the events that shaped both their lives forty years earlier.

Director: John Greyson
Genre: Drama
Release Date: 1996
MPAA Rating: R
2 reviews about Lilies (1996 movie)
review by . March 10, 2008
posted in Movie Hype
Pros: Story, presentation, acting      Cons: Nothing      The Bottom Line: Many pieces go into making this intimate film work, but acting is the prime one. I agree with the reviewers before me, it deserves the highest rating.      Plot Details: This opinion reveals minor details about the movie''s plot.      John Greyson’s Lilies , the English title of Michael Marc Bouchard’s play Les feluettes is …
review by . March 03, 2006
posted in Movie Hype
LILIES, based on a Canadian play 'Les feluettes' by Michel Marc Bouchard, has been adapted to the screen by Bouchard and placed in the sensitive hands of director John Greyson, an artist who is able to indulge in surrealism with reality and make it work well. This very beautiful film is cast entirely with men despite the fact that there are women roles in the story. How does he make that work successfully without pandering to artiness? View this little film and make the discovery for your self.   &nb …
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