item 3 Blame it on Fidel (DVD, 2007) - Blame it on Fidel (DVD, 2007) $4.99 +$2.99 shipping. There is no fantasy here. Anna de la Mesa is a young girl, a daughter to wealthy parents and grandparents, whose parents become communists and politically active in the 70's. Gavras' film revolves around nine-year-old Anna (Nina Kervel) and her well-off bourgeois family living in France. We were unable to submit your evaluation. This movie opens up little awareness in us of looking at life around us with a different lens and perspective- more as a witness rather than being selfishly clever in going by the flow. Metacritic Reviews. It reminded me a bit of Pan's Labyrinth in that way, i.e. Synopsis. This movie does not make that error. It is also remarkable because while most French movies let you know what characters think simply by having them talk endlessly, Anna keeps her words short and to the point and the adults around her never seem to explain things as much as they ought to. Don't think I've seen so shameless a piece of polemic since casting a curious eye over Leni Riefenstahl's Hitlerite 'Triumph of the will' when I was at film school myself! | A child's point of view is a nice way of seeing ugly and distant political and social facts. Since 1960-70's nothing much have changed for the betterment of the world - except there is more destruction, exploitation, farce, faking, cheating, mental disorders, blind chase for success... and much more I thought it was going to be a heavy dark film - and it might be on one level - but it's not at all on the other, mainly because it is about seeing the ('grown up') world from a child's point of view. This turns the life of Anna up-side-down and presents to her a world that snatches away her happiness and innocence. It is a wonderful psychological and political film which shows the faulty lines when a children / adults starts thinking radical and are traumatized by the horrid world we live in. Gavras's direction of the child as adult and the adults often childish is pitch perfect. FAQ It is as if the authors can't remember what it was like, and go for a Disneyfied haze over the lens making children into happy idiots. | 99 min 7.4 2006 France Overview. Disgusting abuse of the principle of cinema. Free shipping. Films and books nearly always underestimate children. For what? Plot Keywords. | La Faute à Fidel centers on the life of an indulged nine year old girl, called Anna (Nina Kervel), and her adverse descent from the luxuries of a bourgeois life to the cramped, destitute conditions of her parents new found belief. Blame it on Fidel! It's also one of the best films of the year. Waiting for the Barbarians. Set in the politically turbulent Paris of the1970s, "Blame it on Fidel" tells of a sheltered young girl who has her comfortable bourgeois existence ripped away from her after her staid, conformist parents (Julie Depardieu, Stefano Accorsi) suddenly become born again leftist radicals. Something else I loved-how the relationships with the parents are not embellished but appear in all their errors, rough edges and tenderness. That is to say this film focuses, in a really lovely accurate way, on a child struggling to understand the real world around them, especially when the adults around her don't tell her the full story. I really recommend this great movie. As Anna goes, so goes France! He goes on to say that at the Berlinale he's just seen one set in 1970 by Brazilian Cao Hamburger that "fits the bill nicely. All that phases she goes through and all the complication of her mind are beautifully harmonized with the politics. There is one scene about halfway through the film in which a character - a child - sees the protagonists' father naked, although the film shows nothing but underwear. Original title: La faute à Fidel! Just because everyone around us talks of it - we think that is the way to go. ('La Faute à Fidel!) Blame It on Fidel (based on an Italian novel, Tutta colpa di Fidel, by Domitilla Calamai) is also about 1970-71 and deals with political events from a child's viewpoint, but the rest of its ingredients are different. However, like broccoli, it can be a bit too bland and boring. movie reviews & Metacritic score: Blame it on Fidel is the story of a 9 year-old girl growing up during the early 70's who's quiet, middle-class … The family of Anna DelaMesa come from bourgeois backgrounds. But be reassured "La faute à Fidel", her first fiction film (coming after a pair of interesting documentaries) isn't a carbon copy of a Costa Gavras movie in any way. What impressed me most about this film was how you always know what Anna is feeling. Those who lived in those modern dark ages, in countries like Brazil, Chile , Argentina, Uruguai, Greece, Spain, Portugal, and several others, which are now democracies, will have a new look through the eyes (with a biographical touch) a lovely young girl and her little brother. The R1 disc by Koch Lorber Films is of very good quality and with an abundance of insightful extras. She hears snippets of conversations and tries to put it all together, sometimes correctly, sometimes incorrectly. Nina Kervel Bay as 9 year old Anna carries the whole movie on her fragile shoulders brilliantly - never missing an emotion - showing despair, anger, anxiety and vulnerability with what is going around her and in the end accepting and imbibing those ideals with much frustration. In a manner typical to many French films, Blame it on Fidel! Not to be missed. Overview of Blame It on Fidel, 2006, directed by Julie Gavras, with Julie Depardieu, Stefano Accorsi, Nina Kervel, at Turner Classic Movies Her part is quite unusual. What a woman may do with her body is also a strong underlying theme. Please try again later. User Ratings You get to watch a child's life through the child's eyes. There are small things to enjoy here, but the film never altogether moves beyond its basic premise. The effect of a rise in consciousness on the part of Anna's (Nina Kervel-Bey) parents, played by Julie Depardieu and Stefano Accorsi on the family is examined with humor. This movie is based on an Italian Novel written by Domitilla Calama and collaboratively made as a French-Italian production BLAME IT ON FIDEL! They abandon their capitalist jobs and transform into selfless Che Guevara types taking her on demo's in Paris, etc. I would go with 7.25 out of 10, Who needs Hollywood? Julie Depardieu . It's not a story of a changing family (life); it's rather the display of a huge load on the shoulders of a little girl. The film stars Nina Kervel-Bey, Julie Depardieu, and Stefano Accorsi. item 2 Blame It on Fidel - DVD - Blame It on Fidel - DVD. Nina Kervel-Bey . her mother, a Marie Clare journalist turned writer documenting the stories of women's abortion ordeals, supports her husband and climbs aboard the ideological bandwagon. There is one scene about halfway through the film in which a character - a child - sees the protagonists' father naked, although the film shows nothing but underwear. French films gain exceptional exposure in Argentina. Blame it On Fidel IMDb 7.5 2007 PG-13 A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. Movies. 1,99 - Um Supermercado Que Vende Palavras. No political correctness, no censoring, just a portrait of a young family living in the 70'ties France in the aftermath of the '68 revolution. ('La Faute à Fidel!) The death compels Anna's parents to readdress their political complacency causing Fernando to become part of the active opposition to Francisco Franco (of Spain) and Salvador Allende (of Chile). She is not a waif. Definitely worth a watch! Plot Summary But she's a natural free-thinker (though not yet a rebel), which causes her to question authority on both sides of the political divide. The lead is a child actress Nina Kervel-Bey. Late Bloomers (2010), Blame It on Fidel (2006), Le Corsaire, le magicien, le voleur et les enfants (2001) News (6) September 25, 2012. A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. Blame it on Fidel is a charming comedy of manners, class, and politics, elevated by a remarkable performance from lead child actor Nina Kervel. Last one Free shipping. Steffano Accorsi plays the father. In a dialogue the father says to Anna "This is for your own good" and we turn our head in total disagreement. | Anna is forced to give up the home she loves and the nanny she adores when her father quits his job in order to dedicate himself full time to fighting for the proletariat against the repressive corporate powers of the world. The father, Fernando, a Spaniard, had lived in France as an exile for many years, never returning to visit his own family in Spain. Her first fiction feature film, Blame It on Fidel, premiered at the Deauville American Film Festival in 2006. B.O. Blame it on Fidel. Blame It on Fidel! Anna must deal with losing her privileges when her well-off parents become leftist activists. What makes this fine film unique is the child's stance on the adult politics: what may seem like exciting challenges for change of an existing corrupt system for the adults may indeed be an unwanted rearrangement of the wants and needs of children whose political acumen is less advanced than the need for order and consistency in everyday life. is a film directed by Julie Gavras with Nina Kervel-Bey, Julie Depardieu, Stefano Accorsi, Benjamin Feuillet, Martine Chevallier .... Year: 2006. Blame It On Fidel (22) IMDb 7.5 1h 38min 2007 18+ Young Actress Nina Kervel Makes Her Debut In This French Film Set In 1970. Blame It on Fidel! The era of late sixties and early seventies saw great upheaval in the world - Black revolution in USA, Israel-Palestine conflict - the Gypsy movement, Liberation movement, The Beatles... and French uprising supporting communism. She is not a brat. I loved the little actress. It is nothing of the kind. Blame it on Fidel is a 2007 French drama, set in the 1960's, directed by Julie Gavras, the daughter of Z director Costa-Gavras. March 11, 2009. [La faute à Fidel!] The multi-talented Julie Gavras (Actress, Writer, Cinematographer, Editor, Sound recordist, etc - who has worked in many departments of movie-making)- debuts with this feature film. Adapted for the screen and directed by Julie Gavras, Blame it on Fidel focuses on feisty Parisienne girl Anna whose cosy bourgeois life is turned upside down when her parents discover radical socialism. A wonderful family drama with a political edge. Nina Kervel's performance is a pleasure to behold and more likely than not we shall hear her name again. The film tells the story of a privileged nine year old named Anna, who lives in a huge house with her middle class parents and younger brother. It's all very real. does not shy away from heavy issues like sex, nudity, and, particularly, abortion. Wonderful little girl! Director, Writer. In this movie, a young girl's parents start moving in radical circles; and as this means giving up some of her privileges, she doesn't like it. On the contrary, it runs like a Maoist 'short' showing proto-proletarian little Anna's progress from snotty rich kid to caring-sharing Communist wunderkind. Predictably, Rotten Tomatoes gives it a high rating, generally seeing it as a charming French comedy of manners, etc, etc. Just as in real life, the adults don't notice how aware she is of all that is going on and talk down to her. There are some nice observations, but the overall film didn't quite work for me: for example, it ends with the death of Salvador Allende and his last, heroic speech, a story that is great and terrible, but it's hard to believe it would be defining for the character. $7.24. It is a blessing that "Blame It on Fidel" doesn't pull back to answer such questions, but focuses resolutely on the world as seen through 9-year-old eyes. A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. Julie has taken utmost care in presenting the movie through the child's perspective by keeping the camera much lower, giving us the first hand view of what a child (we were too) see the grown up world. she must adjust to refugee nannies, international cuisine and a cramped apartment fully of noisy revolutionaries. Stefano Accorsi . Kervel Plays Anna, A Nine-year-old Girl Whose Normal Life Is Thrown Into Chaos By The Arrival Of Her Communist Relatives. Atishoo! She is intelligent, but not freakily precocious. They move from a large house to a small flat, always full with activists, and all the princess-like reality is shattered. A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in … By all means watch it for Nina K-B's performance, but bring some perfumed smelling salts both to wake yourself up from the toxic dose of Marxism and douse the stink of leftist sanctimony. The movie is set in a time when abortion is illegal, and the protagonist's mother, once back from a trip abroad, takes it on as a personal mission to write a book about the injustices the anti-abortion law has caused to individuals in her community. Her father Fernando de la Mesa (Stefano Accorsi) is Spanish (from a rich Catholic royalist family, she learns later), and Fernando and wife Marie (Julie Depardieu), opposed to Franco, who Fernando's uncle is fighting in Spain, get excited about Allende's victory in Chile and woman's right to choose and things like that and decide to change their way of living. France History. is an enlightening film from France's fine director Julie Gavras, a story based on the novel 'Tutta colpa di Fidel' by Domitilla Calamai that addresses the effect of major political, philosophical, and activist effects on children. The screenplay, written by Gavras, is based on Domitilla Calamai's Italian novel of the same name. Different costumers shop in a supermarket that sells words and ideas. It was followed by Late Bloomers, a romantic comedy film starring Isabella Rossellini and William Hurt, which was screened at the 61st Berlin International Film Festival. Scott of the NYTimes writes today from Berlin, "there is usually at least one movie that chronicles a time of political trauma from the point of view of a child." A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. In addition to politics and soccer, it has gentle sentiment, the stirrings of youthful sexuality and a grouchy, warmhearted old man." As long as I did not move, it seemed for them I did not exist or that they presumed I was incapable of understanding what they were saying. | You know the sort of thing: Little Anna (Nina K-B) starts off as a spoiled little brat non-plussed by her parents' sudden lurch into radical chic leftism. A wonderful performance from child actress Nina Kervel-Bey cannot redeem this movie's cinematic sin of purveying blatant leftist propaganda. She is not a ninny. Blame it on Fidel (2006) Menu. blame it on fidel - Rent Movies and TV Shows on DVD and Blu-ray. Whose fault is it anyway?. Feeling an obligation to follow up and contribute in the overturn of the dictatorships in Spain and Chile. Blame It on Fidel (2006) Synopsis. They leave their big house and move to a small apartment so Fernando can go to Chile and then "think." I'm not going to pretend that I'm interested particularly in the politics of the period in question, nor the period itself, for that matter. So amazed by how they are that I don't feel like saying more on the movie in general. No late fees. A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. An impressively thoughtful film with a variety of successful subthemes Blame it on Fidel! At the insistence of Fernando, who's become liaison in France for Chilean activists, Anna is taken out of Divinity class at her private Catholic school. Novel. La faute à Fidel! It's worth it; watch it. It is much more exciting than just that in that it examines thoroughly the pros and the cons of leftist involvement, mainly its negative repercussions on family life. Julie Gavras. Filmography In a manner typical to many French films, Blame it on Fidel! Atishoo! She wrote the script, based on a novel by Domitilla Calamai, and directed what seems like an honest film with depth. (Blame It on Fidel!). beautifully captures the view from childhood. Julie Gavras is famous politically committed director Costa-Gavras'daughter and it shows. What is striking about the story is the way it reconstructs how girls become social, how they learn about their world, how they question it, and how they reconcile the contradictions, and how they grow up. Julie Gravas updates the style of her father for a new age, treating austerely political repression and social innovation which served the interest of many at the cost of harming most. I think what Anna is subjected to as a child - most older people in the world are subjected to the same bombarding of issues and ideas around liberation, freedom, rights etc.. That is where and when humans lose their goodness, innocence and love of being natural and imbibe in them something they are not and are forced to pretend. subtitles. for French films abroad: Week of September 7-13, 2012. She is admirably stubborn and independent. Kids don't care if millions are starving in South America nearly as much as they care that three-course family meals have been replaced by … Blame it On Fidel IMDb 7.5 2007 PG-13 A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. Situated mostly in Paris during the early 1970s and among the aftermath of the collapse of the De Gaulle government, the film tells of a change of prosperity that occurs after the death of her father's, (Fernando; Stefano Accorsi), brother-in-law. Flore Vannier-Moreau. It's 1970 in Paris, Charles de Gaulle is dead, the socialist Salvador Allende has come to power in Chile, and French women are demanding their rights. Movies Like Blame It on Fidel! This spawns an ongoing discussion about "dickies" and "duckies" between the two young girls, one of whom is privy to the "how babies are made" story, and the other of whom has been left in the dark. The emphasis is far more on the child's intellectual development than on "political trauma." She is not adorable or endearing. The scars will never heal. TV Shows. As a story told from a child's perspective in a certain period of time, 'Fidel' falls in the same category as El Espiritu de La Colmena (1973) and El Laberinto Del Fauno (2006). Yes, blame it on Julie Gavras for making one of the most boring and clichéd films ever to concern childhood. The girl, serious, competitive and intense resists the changes with all her might, but slowly, certain people and certain stories reach her, and she softens. does not shy away from heavy issues like sex, nudity, and, particularly, abortion. If you remember being a child confused about the 'grown ups' around you, then this film is worth watching. Wonderful little boy! (2002) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director La voleuse de Saint-Lubin (1999) Madame Petlet's True … this is no ordinary coming-of-age film. (2006) NR 08/03/2007 (US) History, Drama 1h 39m User Score. It is then, surprising, the path both decided to follow politically. Awards & Events. Fast, free delivery. Synopsis should appeal to a diverse group of viewers. Hard social facts are faced from the perspective of a little and very smart and inquiring child, although there's no violent scene on the movie the political tension is well expressed by the parents and friends, to the very confussion of the girl.. i don't remember her name, but her performance is outstanding, its very interesting how she interchange her wasys from childish feelings and behavour to thoughtful and even worried attitudes, being all the time very credible, the picture has a sad background, but the bright of the girl as the protagonist gives the element of hope, being the picture not sad but quite interesting and rich, with a lot of joyful funny moments. this is the transition story of nine-year-old Anna de la mesa (played by Nina kervel-bey) who's life changes forever when her parents begin an ideological sea-change. Anna clearly wants to understand what's going on. La faute a Fidel! He was also in one of my favourite movies of all time My Secret Life/Ignorant Fairies where he plays a similar warm gentle character. The mother, Marie, is the daughter of wealthy parents who live in some splendor in a rural part of France. In addition to directing, Julie Gavras also collaborated with Arnaud Cathrine on the script which they adapted from a novel by Italian novelist Domitilla Calamai. Blame it on Fidel (2006) Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Amen. She rebels against all these but is made to absorb the LIBERATION IDEA forced and thrashed in her mind by BIG TALKERS who want to become SAVIORS. She listens in all the time on adult conversations. There are many movies made on that theme, but presenting it from the perspective of a 9 year old child gives a unique perspective to the whole theme and dimension to the way we look at emerging new generation in the context of revolution. Blame it on Fidel! Play Trailer; Overview. Anna has to give up her nanny and she and her little brother François (Benjamin Feuillet) are minded by political refugees, first one from Greece, then one from Vietnam. Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film … A very innocent 9 year old Anna (Nina-Kervel-Bay) is happy-go-lucky, playful, free and curious - living with her parents and younger brother when the radical activism bug infects her parents to support communism, liberalism, feminism, protests, rallies, human rights etc. With Nina Kervel-Bey, Julie Depardieu, Stefano Accorsi, Benjamin Feuillet. LA FAULTE A FIDEL means Blame it on Fidel (Castro) In the end, Anna has lost all her innocence, and missed her childhood. Synopsis: A 9-year-old girl weathers big changes in her household as her parents become radical political activists in 1970-71 Paris. 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