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Ni d'Ève, ni d'Adam (1996)

Gilles is a young boy with learning difficulties who is forced to fend for himself on the streets. Gabrielle struggles to love him, but he humiliates her so severely that she is forced to give him up.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Guillaume Verdier ...
Gilles
Morgane Hainaux ...
Gabrielle
Frédérique Gagnol ...
La mère de Gabrielle
Luc Tissot ...
Le père de Gilles
Hélène Chambon ...
La mère de Gilles
Lucile Nogier ...
La soeur de Gilles
Anne Kervoelen ...
Cyrille
Soufian Ezzine ...
Rachid
Fouhad Beldjoudi ...
Le garçon au couteau
Radia Daoud ...
La fille à la cigarette
Béatrice Arianiello ...
Stéphanie
Sébastien Jourdan ...
Michel
Mickaël Valla ...
Clafoutis
Jean Yanar ...
Jean
Sébastien Hécart ...
Lanceur de pierres
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Gilles is a young boy with learning difficulties who is forced to fend for himself on the streets. Gabrielle struggles to love him, but he humiliates her so severely that she is forced to give him up.

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5 February 1997 (France)  »

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adolescent salvation-story marred by self-indulgence
3 March 2001 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

The potentially touching (if far from original) premise of a girl's redemptive love for a "misunderstood" loser is spoiled by straining for effect and overall implausibility. Talented direction of young actors, but an immature view of the human condition that lacks the feeling of sacredness that its Bresson-like references to religion seem to seek. Less would have been more.


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