The Certified Copy

Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 46 min.

Plot Summary
While touring Tuscany, Italy, promoting his new book, English author James (William Shimell) meets French store owner Elle (Juliette Binoche), and the two hit it off, deciding to spend a free day together. They travel to a nearby town, get coffee, visit a museum and pretend to be recently married in what turns out to be a popular wedding destination. As these two strangers get to know each other, however, it becomes clear there's more to their new relationship than meets the eye.

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Genres: Drama, Romance

Distributor: IFC Films

The Certified Copy (2010)

Release Date: March 11th, 2011|1 hr. 46 min.

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  • That this purposefully twisting exercise takes place amid the sun-burnished cypresses and towns of Tuscany - where ancient statuary is as commonplace as pasta and wine - only makes this playfully enigmatic meditation the more pleasing. show more

  • Binoche has a chance to display her noteworthy gifts as a comedienne, switching effortlessly from English to French and Italian to build a character that is resentful, manipulative and seductive all at once. show more

  • There's an enchanting, and very Western, musicality in Certified Copy, a mash-up that charms; Mad Decent - master masher, dj and producer Diplo's label - aptly describes it. (Diplo and Buñuel would've loved each other). show more

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  • April 18, 2011 le00000000089007
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    i didn\'t get it...i didn\'t care for the ending. sorry, too artsy for me.

  • April 08, 2011 thevisitor967
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    One of the best films of the year. This is a THINKING film so if you don\'t want to use your brain when you see it, don\'t go. It questions what is real and what is fake. Juliette Binoche has never been better. HIghly recommended.

  • March 20, 2011 Rent123LSB
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    very slow...good acting but a slow moving plot that goes nowhere.

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