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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 (2017)

La Femme qui est partie
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Released in USA 19 may 2017
Length 3h46
Directed by
Genres Drama
Rating78% 3.923773.923773.923773.923773.92377

The Woman Who Left (en tagalog : Ang babaeng humayo) est un film philippin de Lav Diaz sorti en 2016, qui remporte le Lion d'or lors de la 73e Mostra de Venise. C'est le premier film philippin à obtenir ce prix.


Horacia sort de prison, trente ans après avoir été injustement incarcérée. Elle a deux raisons de vivre: se venger de l'homme qui l'a fait condamner et retrouver son fils.


Charo Santos-Concio

(Horacia Somorostro / Renata)
John Lloyd Cruz

Michael De Mesa

(Rodrigo Trinidad)
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