Early one morning Valerie has to tell her unemployed boyfriend Remi that she is pregnant. She has decided to keep the child, but they argue whether they should break up or not. That same ... See full summary »
This fictionalized story, based on the family life of writer James Jones, is an emotionless slice-of-life story. Jones here is portrayed as Bill Willis, a former war hero and now successful... See full summary »
A story about the transition from late youth to early maturity, the film follows several friends and lovers as they come to make decisions on how to live their lives--getting a job more in ... See full summary »
Jeanne has an appetite for love that can never be satisfied. Lovers at every corner of her life she is still in search of that "one". When a impromptu tryst on the subway with Olivier gives... See full summary »
exactly , that was the mistake of Jean Francois Richet, he tryed to mix hiphop and political convictions, the idea is smart, but youth in france are not followers... they tryed to make hiphop artist represent their propaganda to influence youth,,, but you also have to know that Jean francois Richet first movie was already a rebellious and destructive movie about ghettos in France...
its interesting to see this movie, but its is a point of view of whats happening in France, not what is really happening,,,
a movie like " THE HATE " from Matthieu Kassovitz , is way more realistic on this subject.
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