Title: Esther Kahn (2000)
Director/Writers: Arnaud Desplechin/Emmanuel Bourdieu, Arnaud Desplechin, and Arthur Symons
Cast: Summer Phoenix, Ian Holm, Fabrice Desplechin, Akbar Kurtha, Frances Barber, László Szabó, Hilary Sesta, etc.
Duration: 156 minutes
Languages: English, with soft subs in French and Spanish.
Description: From uniFrance - some spoilers, I guess: "London at the end of the 19th century. Esther Kahn lives in the East End, child of Jewish immigrants. They all work in the family’s tailor shop. Esther is slow and closed in on herself, she voices no opinions about anything, no feelings for anyone; Esther is stone. It’s when she goes to the theater that Esther 'awakens' and comes to life, for she doesn’t look at plays in the same way that others do, she lives them. She decides to become an actress. Thus begins her apprenticeship in the theater and the world which culminates one night, on stage, when she suddenly feels the effects of twenty years of repressed existence surge from within her."
Source: DVDRip. MWM release.
File size: 1.46GB | Resolution: 624 x 352 (1.773:1)
Video: 1216kbps XviD 25fps
Audio: 48kHz 108kbps 2-channel Joint stereo MP3
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