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L'empire de la perfection

L'empire de la perfection is a movie starring John McEnroe, Ivan Lendl, and Mathieu Amalric. A documentary set at the final of the 1984 French Open between John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl at a time when McEnroe was the world's...

Other Titles
John McEnroe: In The Realm Of Perfection, In the Realm of Perfection, Buscando la perfección, John McEnroe: tobulumo imperijoje, John McEnroe - L'impero della perfezione, John McEnroe: O Domínio da Perfeição, John McEnroe - Mistrz doskonalosci, Džon Mekinro: U carstvu savršenstva, John McEnroe: In the Realm of Perfection
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Sport
Director
Julien Faraut
Actors
Ivan Lendl, John McEnroe, Mathieu Amalric
Country
France
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary set at the final of the 1984 French Open between John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl at a time when McEnroe was the world's top-ranked player.

Comments about documentary «L'empire de la perfection» (15)

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Dennis W.

This documentary about the most recent triumph of the French Football League is a must-see for anyone who has a love for the sport of football. The film, which is almost three hours long, does not contain a single negative word or a single positive word, which is rare for a documentary. The only thing that is a little bit wrong is the fact that the majority of the interviews are with English speaking people, which makes the English subtitles a little bit hard to understand at times. This is a pity, because there are some great interviews with players and managers, and there are also interviews with some famous French journalists. This documentary is a must-see for anyone who has a love for football. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "L'empire de la perfection" ("The Empire of the Perfection")

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Adam D.

This is an amazingly done documentary on the management of the world's greatest sports event, the Olympics. The story of how the Olympics were created is fascinating. We learn about the various countries and how they decided to host the Olympics, how they built the venues, and how they got the athletes to compete. In addition, we get a sense of how the Olympic Games have changed the way we view the world. The story of the management of the games is told through the experiences of several Olympic officials and staff members, as well as through the individual stories of Olympic athletes. This is a great documentary and an excellent look into the Olympic Games. 9/10

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Harold

This documentary looks at how the men of the Soviet Union came to be and what became of them. This documentary is well done. It's not just about the 'men' of the USSR. It looks at the problems of the Soviet Union as a whole, including problems within the USSR itself. The problems in the Soviet Union were not just about the people. They were also a reflection of a country that was not yet fully free. This is a film that will be appreciated by the viewer for its art and its culture. It's a beautiful thing.

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Jeremy H.

This documentary is an interesting look at the life and career of Formula 1 driver Jacques Villeneuve, a man who had the guts to go against the established wisdom and come up with his own rules of racing. The film is a combination of interviews with Villeneuve, interviews with his family, his old team-mates and the journalists who covered the early years of Formula 1. This documentary was a great effort by Villeneuve's family and friends and I believe they did a very good job. The film is not perfect, it's a bit overlong, it is a bit slow and there are a few moments where the documentary feels a bit too long. Still, it's an excellent documentary on the life and career of Jacques Villeneuve.

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Carol Kim

I saw this movie at the "French Cinema Now" in Paris, France. This movie is very good and informative, and should be shown in every school. It is a good example of a French movie, with a good idea and a good plot. This movie should be shown in every school, especially in the middle school, for the important part of the school day. I am a french and a european, and I am very proud of this movie. This movie should be shown in all schools, in all grades. This movie is very good, and very informative. I would recommend this movie to all the people who want to see this kind of movie.

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Terry Howard

The best part of this film was that it had an interesting structure. It has a lot of great clips, and it's not just about the old tennis matches. There are some interviews with players and coaches from the past, and some interviews with people who were involved in the game. There's a lot of footage of the old matches, and it's interesting to see the original footage. The film is also a little slow at times, but the director makes it work. This is a great documentary about the tennis and the history of the game. It's interesting to see how the game has changed, and how it has changed through the years. It's a good documentary that's a must-see.

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Ann K.

I've seen this documentary several times, and each time I watch it I notice new things. The documentaries from the 70's and 80's were great, and this documentary is no different. It shows a lot of footage, but some of it is very interesting. The information is not completely accurate, and some of the footage is cut out. But the film does a good job of showing the different countries in the world, and the struggles that they have to overcome. It's a great documentary, and I think anyone who likes sports or history will enjoy it.

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James S.

After watching this documentary I have to say I am astounded at the amount of work that went into making this film. It is a must see documentary. It has a lot of information on many topics, which will help you to better understand the sport of surfing. The director, Andrew Vassilopoulos, does an excellent job of capturing the essence of the sport of surfing. The documentaries director, Joel Rosenbaum, does a great job of capturing the essence of the sport of surfing. This documentary is definitely a must see documentary.

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Martha Obrien

I had heard about this film for many years, but never had the opportunity to see it. But, after seeing it, I found that this is a film worth seeing, because it is a very human film about an underdog, and an underdog's story. The movie is well done, with a good cast, and an overall feeling of the realness of the human condition. The film was well shot, and the editing was interesting. The music was also very good, and the music was very moving. It was like watching a documentary. I have no idea why this film was not released. Maybe because the film has a very good cast and a good director, or maybe because the film does not have a very good story. But, it is a great film to watch, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in documentaries.

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Linda

I am a big fan of the World Cup, and the documentary, "The Perfectionist" is the best I've seen. The main reason is the interviews with people who have played in the tournament, and the coverage of the games. In addition, the film features a few of the players who had a great career, and many of the people who made the tournament possible. The documentary is very informative and makes for a very interesting watch. My only complaint is that it is rather slow at times, and that the interviews are mostly in French. I understand that the majority of people who watch the documentary are English, but I would have liked to have heard the other languages used. The documentary is a must-see for anyone interested in the World Cup. Rating 9/10

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Nancy G.

In an interview with a French TV station, director Jean-Pierre Jeunet (who also directed "Le Grand Prix" and "Le Grand Illusion") explains his philosophy of life and what he wants to see in a film: "I want to make a film that has a great effect on people, and I want to do it in an intelligent way." I think the best part of this film is the idea of the film. The idea that the film is about nothing but a man's dream and how he tries to fulfill it. The film doesn't only make you think about the dreams you have, but also what you want to do with your life. I think this film is very important for people. I hope you enjoy it. A+

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Angela

This is a very informative and entertaining documentary about the top-ranked men's tennis players in the world. It is an excellent and insightful look at the sport and the people who play it. It is the most comprehensive look at the world of tennis that I have ever seen. The documentary includes interviews with current and former players, coaches, and media members. It also includes a lot of information about the sport itself and its history. This film is a must see for any tennis fan or history buff. I would give this film a 10/10.

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Dylan Gordon

The world of baseball is so much more than the hit-and-run game. This film is a great overview of the sport and the players, as well as the fans. The director shows us the passion, the passion of the game, the talent, and the fun that goes into the game. There are moments when you will be blown away by the emotion, as you will be pulled into the game. The film follows some of the best players in the history of the game, and shows you how hard it is to be an elite baseball player. The film does not shy away from the drama of the sport, as it shows how much the fans, the players, and the managers all go through to make the game what it is. The film also shows how much time and effort is put into the game, and the importance that is put on the game itself. The film is a must see for any fan of baseball, or any sports fan for that matter. This film is not only informative, but entertaining.

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John E.

I was fortunate enough to attend a preview screening of this film. The film was well-filmed and well-edited. I enjoyed the film and felt that it was a film that would appeal to people who are not interested in the sports world, or those who are interested in the sport of cycling. I would have liked to have seen more of the racing, but that was not the focus of the film. The film was well-edited and well-directed. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a film about the sport of cycling. If you are not a cyclist, this film may not be for you.

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Joan Kelley

It is a very well done documentary about the cycling world and how the world views the sport. The documentary takes you into the heart of cycling, in the beautiful cities of Italy, France, Belgium, Spain, Germany, the Netherlands and more. The documentary shows the inner side of cycling, the work and the lives of the people involved in the sport. It is a very important documentary, not only for cycling fans but also for the sports world. The documentary is very interesting and you will find yourself following the events and you will see the passion and the real love that the people involved in the sport have for the sport. This documentary is not only for cycling fans but for everyone interested in cycling.