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Dis-moi oui... (1995)

In Bordeaux, the pediatric doctor Stéphane is a wolf, flirting with many beautiful women. One night, he meets the twelve year-old Eva alone in front of his building and she tells that she ... See full summary »

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Stéphane
Julia Maraval ...
Eva
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Florence
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Professeur Villiers
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Nathalie
Patrick Braoudé ...
Brice
Jean-François Stévenin ...
Docteur Arnaud
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Claire Charvet
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Mme Villiers
Mona Heftre ...
Mme Castillo
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Le grand-père
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Candice
Bernard Verley ...
Maitre Rodier
Jean-Claude de Goros ...
Docteur Benoit
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Sophie
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In Bordeaux, the pediatric doctor Stéphane is a wolf, flirting with many beautiful women. One night, he meets the twelve year-old Eva alone in front of his building and she tells that she had lost her train to Strasburg. Stéphane invites her to spend the night in his apartment and on the next morning, he takes her to the police station. However the girl tells a story about her stepmother and vanishes. Sooner Stéphane discovers that Eva, who is great pianist, was his patient in his father's hospital where he works when she was six and lost her father. Further, she is treating an angioma in her brain and she will be blind if submitted to a surgery.The girl refuses to be fed in the hospital and her grandfather brings her to Stéphane's home to get close to him. Stéphane feels a platonic affection for the girl and researches the healing for her angioma. He discovers that the retired doctor Arnaud had written a thesis with a revolutionary treatment. Meanwhile he has conflictive feelings for... Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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for ever i remember it.
1 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

About five or six years ago i saw this movie on television. Today i don't know whether there's still someone would be interested in it. And i'm also not sure whether there's someone would read my comment below. I love this movie. When i first saw it when i'm sixteen or seventeen years old, i loved it so much that i saw it there times. The story touched me so. Even though i've got no chance to see it again since then, for i saw it on television and never saw the DVD version on market, i always remember it. The characters, the story... It is beautiful. And i know now i cannot remember it very clearly. But i can feel it in my mind. It will always be so vivid just because there are something in my heart i know which will never change.


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