Birth

Birth

Titre québécois Birth
Titre original Birth
Réalisation Jonathan Glazer
Scénario Jean-Claude Carrière, Milo Addica, Jonathan Glazer
Pays d’origine Drapeau des États-Unis États-Unis
Sortie 2004
Durée 100 minutes

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Birth est film dramatique nord-américain réalisé par Jonathan Glazer, sorti en 2004

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Anna croise un garçon de 10 ans qui dit être la réincarnation de son défunt mari. Ce dernier entreprend les moyens de séduction les plus invraisemblables pour la séduire.

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Nomination

A eu une nomination pour la "meilleure actrice dans un drame" pour N. Kidman aux Golden Globes en janvier 2005.

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