Brownian Movement (2010) 1080p YIFY Movie

Brownian Movement (2010) 1080p

Brownian Movement is a movie starring Sandra Hüller, Dragan Bakema, and Sabine Timoteo. Charlotte is a German doctor in Brussels. She is married to architect Max and mother of a young son. She rents an apartment to meet with little...

IMDB: 4.81 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.84G
  • Resolution: / fps
  • Language: French
  • Run Time: 97
  • IMDB Rating: 4.8/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 44 / 39

The Synopsis for Brownian Movement (2010) 1080p

Charlotte is a German doctor in Brussels. She is married to architect Max and mother of a young son. She rents an apartment to meet with little attractive men from her patients for sex. At the same time she leads an intimate marriage and family life. The sex life with her husband radiates security and trust. When she meets one of the chosen patients, he wants to get closer to her, she suffers a nervous breakdown. She strikes the man and finally collapses. Her affairs are now known. She loses her job as a doctor, and her marriage is about to end. Together with her husband she tries to save the marriage with a therapy. Two years later, the family moved to India, where Max works as an architect. Twins are born, and family happiness seems regained. But Max still can not dismiss his wife's doubts. The mistrust remains, and he follows her on her morning walks.

The Director and Players for Brownian Movement (2010) 1080p

[Director]Nanouk Leopold
[Role:]Sandra Hüller
[Role:]Ryan Brodie
[Role:]Sabine Timoteo
[Role:]Dragan Bakema

The Reviews for Brownian Movement (2010) 1080p

Sexy timeReviewed bykosmaspVote: 5/10

I had no idea what this movie would be about. But it played at the Berlin International Film Festival this year and the title sounded intriguing. Plus it did fit into my schedule. It really goes all the way and is pretty harsh and raw. While you never really get into the head of our main actress, she seems to bear it all. So this isn't for the delicate viewers amongst us.

Unfortunately it is not as good as I'd wish it would be. It tries very hard to be something poetic, something that will make you think about things. Philosophical even, if you want to call it that. And while it has really good points, it never achieves its goal.

This film manages to make sex and nudity incredibly that IS an achievement!Reviewed byMartinHaferVote: 2/10

"Brownian Movement" is clearly an art house sort of film with little in the way of appeal to the average viewer. This isn't a criticism...more a description for the sort of audience this film is trying to reach. And, like many art house and film festival movies, it will either be adored or hated by viewers.

The film has no context. Why people do what they do, you really don't know nor does the film try to convey this. Instead, the leading character just acts...and you have no idea why or what preceded it. You can assume she's unhappy in her marriage...but you aren't 100% sure and you have no idea what the husband is experiencing through much of the story. You learn about some....but it comes across very, very slowly.

Charlotte (Sandra Hüller) has many reasons to be happy. She has a child, a handsome husband, a prestigious job. But she also has gotten an apartment where she has sex with many different sorts of men. Now the men are mostly NOT attractive and the sex is very mechanical and often totally devoid of energy or just is. Because of this, there is a significant amount of nudity and adult content. But here's where it's's not at all sexy or attractive or stimulating to watch. It manages to do something almost impossible....make sex dull and unappealing. There are also a couple times you swear that the woman is completely insane...such as when she later viciously attacks one of her sexual conquests for no discernable reason. She also appears much of the time to be clinically depressed. What happens next...well, you can see the film and find out for yourself.

To heighten this sense of dullness and detachment, the director chose to often use a stationary camera and sometimes placed it at floor the super-famous Japanse director, Ozu. There also was little in the way of dialog nor energy of any sort. If this sounds like it might interest you, be my guest and by all means watch the movie. As for left me wanting to watch a comedy or romance....SOMETHING to make me feel something! The basic story might have worked had there been energy and something to make the audience care.

The bottom line is that if you are looking for porn, look could find so much better. And, if you are looking for a film that is satisfying to most viewers, look elsewhere....this one will likely leave you feeling confused and cold...very, very cold.

A Film of the Highest Worth.Reviewed byFish_chipsVote: 9/10

This is an exceedingly fine film. It explores issues that arise when a marriage is put under a "pressure test" – through its exploration of cause and effect it raises the challenging question of 'what is the nature of marriage?' The issue is "what is enough?' as one of the characters asks. As the wife and husband cope with events the camera focuses on their faces for very long durations of time; this is done in total silence so we, the viewer, is given the luxury of having time to explore our own thoughts about the progress of the film, and how each character does (or one thinks, should) react.

This film flies its 'Art House' flag with pride, being slow and low key (but beautifully set and filmed). It is a film in which deep thought has gone into its making, and to do it justice it deserves the same respect from the viewer. Watch it, and see if it gives you cause to ponder the significant issues that it raises.

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