Où en êtes-vous, Barbet Schroeder?

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
15 minutes
Genres
Documentary, Short
Actors
Eric Elmosnino, Barbet Schroeder
Director
Barbet Schroeder
Writer
Barbet Schroeder
Country
France
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Où en êtes-vous, Barbet Schroeder?» (22)

Catherine Robertson avatar
Catherine Robertson

Saw the movie.. again and again. Besides the fact that the script is great, the actors are at their best.

Julia avatar
Julia

This movie made me feel a range of emotions. It's been years since a movie made me these many ways.

Doris Thompson avatar
Doris Thompson

It was great. Keeps you guessing and wanting to watch more!

Roy avatar
Roy

I hope that this film stands the test of time because it is "classic" material.

Scott H. avatar
Scott H.

A wonder to behold and worth waiting every second... Breathtaking....... all that I could have wanted and more! Barbet Schroeder is outstanding, and Eric Elmosnino a very respectable and stunning protagonist!

Zachary avatar
Zachary

Love the movie. Feel like it could of been longer , but it was a good movie

Jordan Gardner avatar
Jordan Gardner

I was pleasantly surprised, this actually turned out to be a great movie, action and humor.

Danielle G. avatar
Danielle G.

This movie allows all the established actors and actresses to do what they do best without smothering one another. Great movie!

Phillip Dixon avatar
Phillip Dixon

A Brilliant movie experience! And performances from Barbet Schroeder and Eric Elmosnino stand out!

Amanda S. avatar
Amanda S.

I can watch it again and again and have the same feeling as watching it for the first time

Tiffany avatar
Tiffany

Fantastic movie, fantastic cast, highly recommendable! Barbet Schroeder was AM-AZ-ING! He is fantastic actor, with unique face structure… Eric Elmosnino beauty beauty beauty! he is a little rude and senseless, but his character needed all that to be real.