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Un coeur qui bat (1991)

Mado is followed in the street by an unknown man. He offers her to go the hotel. She accepts, they sleep together and then split. Mado does not want to see him again, because she is married... See full summary »

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Dominique Faysse ...
Mado
Thierry Fortineau ...
Yves
Jean-Marie Winling ...
Jean
Steve Kalfa ...
Luc
Daniel Laloux ...
Porter
Christophe Hémon ...
Stephane (as Christophe Pichon)
Dominique Abel ...
Young Customer
Roland Amstutz ...
Tramp
Stéphane Boucher ...
Mason
Aristide Demonico ...
Secondhand Dealer
Christiane Desbois ...
Hotel-keeper
Jean-Charles Dumay ...
Tout
Monick Lepeu ...
Mason's Wife
Régis Le Rohellec ...
Herv
Yves Nadot ...
Singer
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Mado is followed in the street by an unknown man. He offers her to go the hotel. She accepts, they sleep together and then split. Mado does not want to see him again, because she is married with Jean, and has a teenager son, Stephane. But Yves gave her his phone number. One day, Mado calls him.... An unusual love story. Written by Yepok

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29 May 1991 (France)  »

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A Beating Heart  »

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Bourgeois cinema.
24 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

It looks like Claude Sautet's seventies movies.This film takes no chance ,raises no question does not charm or repel.

The eternal love triangle.An actress (without roles) married with a wealthy antique dealer falls from a younger man .What shall she do? Well do not bother.The three of them have no problems to make ends meet.

The triteness of the screenplay is so glaring it's extraordinary that the director could find a producer.

François Dupeyron would show more ambition afterward:his fantasy effort "la machine" which featured Gérard Depardieu and Natalie Baye was certainly underrated (in its own way,it predated "Face/ Off"!).And he finally gave his best film with "la Chambre des Officiers"


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