#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A mother and her daughter, a mother and her son, and a man living with one and attracted to the other. Miro, a teen from Sarajevo, lives near King’s Cross with his mother; he’s nimble, able to run across roofs, so his uncle hires him to break into office skylights, so the uncle can boost computers. Twice they steal from Will’s architectural firm, so Will stakes it out at night. He follows Miro home and returns the next day and meets Miro’s mother, Amira. At home, Will’s relationship with Liv is strained – he feels outside Liv and her daughter Bea’s circle. The stakeout and Amira’s vulnerability are attractive alternatives to being at home. The police, too, watch Miro.
Plot: Set in a blighted, inner-city neighbourhood of London, Breaking and Entering examines an affair which unfolds between a successful British landscape architect and Amira, a Bosnian woman – the mother of a troubled teen son – who was widowed by the war in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Risky, risky shots is what Anthony Minghella and his team have achieved here. Things that belong far away from the the classy style of “The talented Mr. Ripley” and the classic style of “Cold Mountain”. There’s also a risky screenplay, an original one by the director that also stands on a different level compared to his previous adapted efforts. But what a way to keep up the good work the man has!
This is because there are things that also remain the same; the kind of things that define a director’s work: like actors direction. You really need to watch Jude Law in an Anthony Minghella film because the director has made him portray all sorts of things, but here you can catch him as an everyday man, and sense his reactions to the dramatic and comic situations in a way he’s not shown before. Instantly compared to “Closer”, Law’s work here is much more mature.
He plays Will Francis, an architect that has a project and office in a not so safe place of London: King’s Cross. Now, I lived in London for six months and most of the places are known to me, but I’d never seen them from Minghella’s perspective here. There’s a robbery in the film and Will chases the aggressor, a kid, and after a series of events ends up involved with his mom Amira, played by Juliette Binoche…Yes, involved like the “Closer” type of involvement.
Maybe it’s because Juliette Binoche can play any character and resolve any scene, but putting her character and Law’s together in such a common place as the Millennium Bridge doesn’t sound good with a simple look. However, in that scene Will attempts to kiss Amira; the way she rejects that kiss and the tiny instant which shows Will’s afterthoughts, eliminates every other possibility and makes something good of the scene.
“Breaking and entering” is a movie about decisions, but the decisions are not evidently presented and they’re not necessarily life-changing. I remember the actions of Patrick Marber’s characters in “Closer”, so brilliantly ruthless, but not very explained. Minghella’s screenplay here leaves the viewer no doubt that every action done by every character is justified.
The kid, Miro (a promising Rafi Gavron), robs an office because he needs to prove something to himself; a detective (unexpected Ray Winstone) looks for him and tries to talk about the issue because he senses the boy has some good inside him; Will does what he does (the good and the bad) because he’s a kind person; his wife (Robin Wright Penn) makes a choice because she understands.
And Amira, she’s like every other mother that will go to end of the world for his son…Not caring if he’s right or wrong. Mother’s love is impossible to explain.
One of Minghella’s best
I started watching with little expectation of it being one I would stick with, but I loved everything about this film.The characters were real and believable, wonderfully written and acted. Jude Law and Juliette Binoche were fantastic, heartbreaking and should both have been awarded for their sensitive portrayals. Martin Freeman was solid as usual and Ray Winstone (though in little more than a cameo) was Ray Winstone!! Beautifully photographed with a wonderful score there is little I can fault about this movie. I do not always love Minghella’s films (I thought the English Patient was overrated)I really enjoyed this. The scene in the park towards the end broke my heart. Having just watched it on Sky HD I cannot wait to see it again sometime. I thought the boy who played Juliette Binoche’s son was terrific and should have a glittering career ahead of him.
Original Language en
Runtime 2 hr (120 min)
Genre Crime, Drama, Romance
Director Anthony Minghella
Writer Anthony Minghella
Actors Jude Law, Robin Wright, Martin Freeman, Juliette Binoche
Country UK, USA
Awards 6 nominations.
Production Company Miramax Films, Mirage Enterprises
Sound Mix DTS, Dolby Digital, SDDS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Arricam LT, Zeiss Super Speed and Ultra Prime Lenses, Arricam ST, Zeiss Super Speed and Ultra Prime Lenses, Arriflex 235, Zeiss Super Speed and Ultra Prime Lenses
Laboratory DeLuxe (color)
Film Length 3,273 m (Portugal, 35 mm)
Negative Format 35 mm (Kodak Vision2 200T 5217, Vision2 500T 5218)
Cinematographic Process Digital Intermediate (2K) (master format), Super 35 (source format)
Printed Film Format 35 mm (anamorphic)