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Moi y'en a vouloir des sous (1973)

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Benoît Lepape
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Adrien Colbart
Nicole Calfan ...
Nicole
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Léon
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Sauveur Chouras
Jean-Roger Caussimon ...
L'évêque
André Gaillard ...
Cherbiller
Jean Obé ...
Schumacker
Daniel Prévost ...
Rozales
Jean-Marie Proslier ...
Brothier
Maurice Vamby ...
Collon
Teddy Vrignault ...
Lardel
Jacqueline Danno ...
Jacqueline
Ginette Garcin ...
Ginette
Paul Préboist ...
Vergeot / Policeman
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22 February 1973 (France)  »

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Pardon, Genossen! Edel sei der Mensch, hilflos und reich  »

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Pour l'amour des sous
Written by Jean Yanne
Performed by Jean Cussac
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Mad movie for frenzied Parisian society
9 May 2000 | by (Auckland, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Excellent acting and quite witty dialogues but the whole thing falls flat... the spectator is soon bored by the absolute disorganization of the whole movie.

The early seventies where still times when some experiments were made on sets but what was meant to be a social satire here turns into a garbled nonsensical movie.


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