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La Femme qui est partie is a Philippin film of genre Drama directed by Lav Diaz released in USA on 19 may 2017 with Charo Santos-Concio

La Femme qui est partie (2016)

Ang Babaeng Humayo

La Femme qui est partie
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Released in USA 19 may 2017
Length 3h46
Directed by
Genres Drama
Rating77% 3.880023.880023.880023.880023.88002

La Femme qui est Partie (dont le titre original en filipino est Ang babaeng humayo et sorti sous le titre anglais The Woman Who Left) est un film philippin tourné en noir et blanc, écrit, réalisé, monté et produit par Lav Diaz, sorti en 2016. C'est le premier film philippin à remporter le Lion d'or lors de la 73e Mostra de Venise.

Synopsis

L'histoire débute en 1997, quand Horacia Somorostro (Charo Santos-Concio) est libérée de prison après avoir été condamnée pour un crime qu'elle n'a pas commis. Elle retrouve sa fille et apprend que son mari est décédé et son fils a disparu pendant son emprisonnement. En revanche, la situation sociale n'a pas changé : les élites ont toujours le pouvoir, comme le démontre la position toujours forte de Rodrigo Trinidad, son ancien amant qui l'a fait tombée dans un coup monté. Les gens riches, comme Rodrigo, sont visés par des kidnappings en série et sont forcés de se cloîtrer dans leurs maisons. Profitant de la crise, Horacia commence à mettre sur pied sa vengeance.

Actors

Charo Santos-Concio

(Horacia Somorostro / Renata)
John Lloyd Cruz

(Hollanda)
Michael De Mesa

(Rodrigo Trinidad)
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