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A film which shines due to a great actor from France : Patrick Dewaere
If French cinema has made a colossal impact on film enthusiasts all over the world,it is because it has been able to capture all kinds of themes.French people have made films about all subjects which have any link whatsoever with human beings.This is the reason why we can say that in French cinema,we can find both big films and small films.Maurice Dugowson's film Lily,aime-moi is one of those little films about ordinary people who are usually forgotten but sometimes appear to be of interest to astute journalists.This charming film is the beginning of a tender yet successful collaboration between a great French actor late Patrick Dewaere and its director Maurice Dugowson. After the success of this film their director,actor tandem was seen in "F comme Fairbanks".The main theme of this film is daily lives of ordinary people which is shown in great detail.The biggest surprise of the film is that it is not a love story even though there is an extremely charming woman in it.A film to be seen by anyone who is interested in minuscule lives of ordinary mortals.
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