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After having sex on new years eve with his girlfriend Lucie in a bathroom, Arthur discovers that a ceiling panel is a time portal to the Paris in the future. He finds himself transported into the future, facing an old man who argues that he is his son. This son of seventy years shows him his home, his family and his life. Arthur discovers what Paris has become in the year 2070. Written by
Ulf Kjell Gür
The movie is very good, although I wouldn't say brilliant. Jean-Paul Belmondo is a great actor (and a rather familiar face), and his presence alone contributes a lot to the overall impression the movie creates. The soundtrack, however, is simply out of this world. What Loic Dury (DJ Loik) and, I think, Magister Dixit, have created is nothing but a piece of art - it is by far the most amazing soundtrack I've ever heard. Really. I think the movie is more than worth watching if only to listen to it. And, yeah, it's good for your French language skills :)
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