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An actor goes back to his village in France where his mother is dying.
Nice movie for getting to know Jacques Nolot
This film is not the greatest French movie I have ever seen. I saw it on a Saturdaymorning with my coffee and that was the right time to see it. It is a tranquil movie in which you are getting involved into the life of Jacques but also of the director Jacques Nolot. Jacques' mother is dying and meanwhile we see his family, we see some memories, the village. We also see that Jacques likes Spanish Flamenco. I liked this film because of its description of a small village in France. especially in the South (department Gers), the life in which we are involved and the link with Jacques with the director. I think it's a good movie to see in an early morning. Not too much action, not too much talk but nice to see.
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