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Souvenirs intimes (1999)

The life of a paraplegic painter is shattered when an old girlfriend comes back into his life and accuses him of raping her 15 years earlier.

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The life of a paraplegic painter is shattered when an old girlfriend comes back into his life and accuses him of raping her 15 years earlier.

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Mesmerizing! A real eye-opener!
18 July 2000 | by (Québec, Canada) – See all my reviews

Pascale Bussières is as charming as ever. She is extremely convincing when displaying the anguish and disarray of her character. James Hyndman, despite an irritating and unnatural french accent, delivers a very strong and compassionate performance. I think this is a movie that all young teenagers and adults should see because we often forget or don't realize the consequences of our actions.


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