Since the earliest days in her childhood Lara has had a difficult but important task. Both her parents are deaf-mute and Lara has to translate from sign-language to the spoken word and vice... See full summary »
Pierre is a hotel cashier in Vichy, so shy that he answers an ad from the Psychology Institute and can't say no to the salesman, Aldo; he spends 6,000 francs on tapes, books, and a punching... See full summary »
In my quest to see every $*#)$*ing film that Sylvie Testud has ever done, I got my hands on the vhs of Karnaval, in which the captivating French actress who won me over big time in The Chateau appears in nearly every scene. This is a good thing, a very, very good thing: the film would not have been nearly as entrancing without her - in fact, I probably would have been bored, although the carnival scenes were excellent. (See? I managed to keep my objectivity.)
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