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Dis-moi que je rêve (1998)

A family of farmers has to deal with the retarded elder son. He gets everybody bored and tired of him, even his cow to whom he goes to talk to several times a day.

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Luc
Muriel Mayette ...
Jeanne
Vincent Dénériaz ...
Julien
Cédric Vieira ...
Jules
Julien Charpy ...
Yannick
Stéphanie Frey ...
Marion
Suzanne Gradel ...
Grand-mother
Christophe Delachaux ...
Johnny
Yvon Davis ...
Psychiatrist
Katya Medici ...
Nini
Patrice Verdeil ...
Policeman
Hélène Wert ...
Charlotte
Karine Kadi ...
Young doctor
Rebecca Mahboubi ...
Talkative friend
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A family of farmers has to deal with the retarded elder son. He gets everybody bored and tired of him, even his cow to whom he goes to talk to several times a day.

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Drama | Comedy

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3 June 1998 (France)  »

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Tell Me I'm Dreaming  »

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intolerable protagonist with wonderful family
26 April 1999 | by (singapore) – See all my reviews

This show could have been perfect. I loved the beginning whereby each of the family member's relation with the problematic idiot-protagonist is explored. Obviously I have no love for the main character but I would love to have his family. The mother: understanding but too indulgent, sister:supportive and protective, brother: barely tolerant but actually even more protective and comforting, father: bewildered and torn and grandmother: opinionated but brave.

The story should have been played out to its more realistic conclusion of eventual institutionalisation due to all the potentially tragic problems the lead created. Instead, it introduced another skeleton in the family's closet to take the story to a sweet conclusion. Too Hollywood an influence, methinks; or perhaps I'm just a sucker for bittersweet endings instead.


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