139 Min. | Drama – Mystery – War | December 2010
IMDB Rating: 8.2
Director: Denis Villeneuve
Starring: Lubna Azabal, Mélissa Désormeaux-Poulin, Maxim Gaudette
When people watch the Oscars, they don’t usually care about the Best Foreign Film nominees. Incendies provides so many reasons why people should actually get to see those nominees at all costs. Incendies is the kind of film that one walks away from feeling emotionally drained, one where it stays in the viewer’s mind for days on end. Like an intense personal experience, it takes a lot to come to grips with the film’s story, a moving plot full of twists and catharsis. At the New Directors/New Films Festival in New York, at which saw this last night, Denis Villeneuve explained that he has made four films in Canada, but this is the first one to be released in America.
Based on the play Scorched by Wajdi Mouawad, Incendies follows a non-linear plot that spans two generations. In the present day, Jeanne and Simon are twins who have lost their mother, Nawal. Nawal has stipulated in her will that Jeanne and Simon must return an envelope to the brother they didn’t know existed who is currently living in a fictional Middle Eastern country. Only then can the twins give Nawal a proper burial. Jeanne feels obligated to return the letter, so she goes to the Middle East, only to realize some of Nawal’s nastiest secrets. As Jeanne uncovers more about Nawal, the viewer is shown Nawal’s story. Incendies builds up to an unforgettable ending that is sure to rock any viewer.
Incendies already had great source material. The entire cast plays their parts with such an emotional vigor that it seems impossible that this work of art wasn’t autobiographical. Furthermore, Villeneuve has made a film that relies on great filmmaking to impact the viewer. The cinematography is beautifully bland, surely a nod to some of the deserts in the Lebanon – like land where the movie takes place. It has its flaws which keep it from being a masterpiece (maybe it could’ve lost five or ten minutes), but it is that rare type of film that really resonates beyond the initial viewing. Hopefully, Incendies will be remembered for years to come as the little, brilliant film that spawned the great fame of Denis Villeneuve.
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