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The Tree of Life

Réalisé par Terrence Malick
États-Unis, 2011
Fantastique, Drame

Synopsis

Jack grandit entre un père autoritaire et une mère aimante, qui lui donne foi en la vie. La naissance de ses deux frères l’oblige bientôt à partager cet amour inconditionnel, alors qu’il affronte l’individualisme forcené d’un père obsédé par la réussite de ses enfants…

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The Tree of Life Réalisé par Terrence Malick

Prix & Festivals

Festival de Cannes

2011 | Lauréat : Palme d'Or

Academy Awards

2012 | 3 nominations dont : Best Achievement in Directing

San Sebastián International Film Festival

2011 | 2 prix remportés dont : FIPRESCI Film of the Year

Village Voice Film Poll

2011 | 2 prix remportés dont : Best Film

2011 | 3 nominations dont : Best Supporting Actor

Ce que vous en pensez

  • El Biffo's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    Midwestern American spirituality. The grand prize at Cannes? I think those judges did it just to irritate Lars von Trier, whose competing film was so much better, but they didn't like his hitler jokes at a press conference. Give the guy a break, he's a brilliant wacko. Malick is a hayseed.

  • francisca bacon's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    for all the love i have for national geographic and nasa photography, i don't think that is enough to make a good film. for the fans of those two, and, additionally,of phillips, kodak, dove, orange, etc. commercials aficionados, this is a must. plus, i remember paternal rigidity translating in special addressing formulas was deemed"domestic fascism" in other films, but this flic escaped the labeling.

  • Daniel S.'s rating of the film The Tree of Life

    **1/2. Religious movie about Grace or the search for God in Nature. From the Big Bang (No Eden, just Dinosaurs) to the End of Time. In the middle, a family. Texas, in the 60's. 'Days of Heaven' deserved the Palme d'Or. This one, clearly not. Already forgotten,I'm afraid.

  • Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    I don't think it's striving to make a profound statement, just a personal one. What we have is Malick wandering through scenes of his own childhood. A first person reflection, like Tarkovsky's Mirror , where the loss of his two brothers & his own physical & spiritual disconnection from past & present propels the whole thing. Malick finds a new cinematic language in the combination of sound & image. A miraculous work.

  • EdieEmm's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    Like sitting down to a big, pretty episode of something David Attenborough, but with the family in front of you stage-whispering their middle-class melodrama while you’re trying to watch. Scripting like a grade 8 poetry assignment. Also, random dinosaurs? Tried to get through this with Grace, but my Nature sure rolled its eyes a lot at the self-indulgent brooding & ultra-obvious symbolism. So very much not my thing.

  • Skinnedteen's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    It is a strange film and I guess people expected more plot development given the fact that it is released in mainstream theaters with renowned actors. Perhaps Malick wants us to contemplate and comprehend its visual experience. Personally, it is a visually poetic film. A profound and spiritual examination of human existence.

  • ig_____or's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    Ok, so I have seen this movie like 5 times now. What I admire the most about "The Tree of Life" is its shear ambition. What sort of movie sets up to tell the story of all human life? And succeeds (in my view) in doing so? From the Big Bang to our Death: the cinematography, soundtrack, storyline and actors make this masterpiece something that transcends the limits of storytelling and moviemaking. Malick is legendary!

  • HKFanatic's rating of the film The Tree of Life

    There are very few contemporary American films I would call "profound" but this is one of them. Malick's reach may exceed his grasp, but he is striving to encapsulate no less than love, life, death, and the universe itself. This is a film you have to let your defenses down for. If you do, it might just make you look at people, animals, and the elements with new eyes after the credits roll.

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