Café de Flore | Review

In present-day Montreal, Antoine (Kevin Parent) has recently divorced Carole (Hélène Florent), with whom he now shares custody of two daughters (Joanny Corbeil-Picher, Rosalie Fortier). Despite his failed marriage, Antoine's life is seemingly perfect. A jet-setting DJ on the verge of turning 40-years-old, Antoine has already fallen madly in love with a beautiful young blond, Rose (Evelyne Brochu). Other than occasional hauntings by the specter of addiction, Antoine is of perfect health which helps him maintain an active sex life with Rose.
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Cafe de Flore Movie Review

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Cafe de Flore Movie Review
Title CAFÉ De Flore Adopt Films Director: Jean-Marc Vallée Screenwriter: Jean-Marc Vallée Cast: Vanessa Paradis, Kevin Parent, Hélène Florent, Evelyne Brochu, Marin Gerrier, Alice Dubois, Evelyne de la Cheneliere, Michel Dumont, Linda Smith, Joanny Corbeil-Picher Screened at: Review 1, NYC, 10/16/12 Opens: November 2, 2012 We’re all connected, whether within six degrees of separation or throughout history—the latter point being made in a most pretentious manner by this year’s film “Cloud Atlas.” Thankfully, “Café de Flore” takes only two hours, shaving 54 minutes from “Cloud Atlas,” but Jean-Marc Vallée is just as eager to trot out his film as one that’s almost as arty. That is to say, “Café de [ Read More ]

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