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La grande vie (1951)

Jojo is a seventeen-year-old factory worker living poorly in Aubervilliers with his grandmother. Dissatisfied with his lackluster everyday life, Jojo dreams of the high life. He starts ... See full summary »

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Luc Andrieux ...
Le voleur
Serge Bento ...
Jojo (as Serge Benneteau)
Paul Bisciglia
José Casa ...
L'entraîneur
Rémi Clary ...
Un voyou
Catherine Damet ...
La belle dîneuse
Jean-Claude Debet
Renée Dennsy ...
Mme. Jules
Jacques Denoël
Catherine Erard
Émile Genevois ...
Un ouvrier
Lucien Gonzalès
Claire Guibert ...
Fernande
Jacques Micaelli
Georges Montal
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Jojo is a seventeen-year-old factory worker living poorly in Aubervilliers with his grandmother. Dissatisfied with his lackluster everyday life, Jojo dreams of the high life. He starts mixing with shady individuals such as thieves and traffickers. At a time, he even contemplates murdering a rich butcher. Fortunately, his protector Monsieur Charles, a warm-hearted gangster, will stop him from carrying out this crazy plan, thus wasting his young life. Written by Guy Bellinger

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26 October 1951 (France)  »

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Sept jours dans la vie  »

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1.37 : 1
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