Broken English Synopsis
A single woman (Parker Posey) meets a possible soul mate in a visiting Frenchman (Melvil Poupaud).
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Broken English

By film_kid
One of the most amazing, down to earth, slice-of-life, realistic yet uplifting romantic comedy but so NOT a romantic comedy that I've seen in years!! Director Zoe Cassavetes (daughter of John...

broken english

By torrnado
to say i enjoyed broken english would be an understatement. this movie struck home with me like few others. a bit slow for your average audience, i found it was wonderfully acted, awkward, painful,...

A film for those who want not just companionship in life, but want magic with love

By embraceofthedarkness
A really enjoyable movie with a sense of genuine reality with what can go through the mind of someone who's hopeful yet hopeless at all once with finding love and a sense of self. Parker Posey...

Sensitive, Engaging and Darkly Humorus

By R. David Stephens
This is a brilliant debut film for Zoe Cassavetes with an exceptional performance by Parker Posey, rich and multi-layered. The supporting roles are perfectly cast, and the film has a strong emotional...

Discovering the Joy of Life

By souldocinla
If you believe in the magic of love, the synchronicity of fate, and the hope that you can have the love that your heart desires, go see this movie. If you no longer belive in those things, see it...

Sweeps you off Your Feet

By ginalombarda
Parker Posey finally gets a great part in this great little movie that is one of the best movies I've seen this year; I know, that's not saying a lot in a year of disappointing movies, but here is a...

Realistic, Empowering, Sexy

By teacherwriting
This movie so adeptly captures the beauty, anxiety, and insanity of a woman desperate for love and ultimately promotes female strength and independence. Julien's word choices and questions about the...

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Rated PG-13 | For some sexual content, brief drug use and language
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Edgy girl-meets-boy indie for older teens and up.
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