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La fracture du myocarde (1990)

Suddenly, Martin's behaviour changes radically. He doesn't talk or laugh any more. His schoolfellows discover, that his mother died some days ago. Now he is frightened of being sent to ... See full summary »

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Sylvain Copans ...
Martin
Nicolas Parodi ...
Jerome
Olivier Montiege ...
Antoine
Cécilia Rouaud ...
Marianne
Lucie Blossier ...
Claire
Delphine Gouttman ...
Helene
Benoît Gautier ...
Julien
Kaldi el Hadj ...
Dede
Mathieu Poussin ...
Nicolas
Romuald Jarny ...
Pierrot
Wilfrid Flandrin ...
Mozart
Dominique Lavanant ...
Claire's mother
Jacques Bonnaffé ...
History teacher
François Dyrek ...
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Suddenly, Martin's behaviour changes radically. He doesn't talk or laugh any more. His schoolfellows discover, that his mother died some days ago. Now he is frightened of being sent to orphanage. His schoolfellows help him to push up the situation ... Written by Christian Wenger <wenger@ls7.informatik.uni-dortmund.de>

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27 February 1991 (France)  »

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Cross My Heart  »

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As always, the French did it again
23 August 2000 | by (Cap-de-la-Madeleine, Canada) – See all my reviews

For me, only French directors can do good films with children, because in their movies, children acts like real children. In American films, children are always full of tears, little beast for the pleasure of adults. In Canadian films, kids always talks like an adulte screenwriter. But in France, kids are really kids, like in this one! I can name a lot of others films with children like that : La Guerre des Boutons, Promis Juré, Le Petit Prince a dit, etc. Here is a warm story about solidarity between young people face to the adult world. They protect each other from the incomprehension of the adults. I saw La Fracture du Myocarde in a movie theatre in 1991, and I have it on video cassette. I look at it from time to time and still really love it, because it's fun and very human.


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