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Meilleur espoir féminin (2000)

Yvon Rance, a born hairdresser and an elegant middle-aged man with a perfect toupee, reigns in his native Brittany over a clientèle of little old ladies. But his main reason for living, his... See full summary »

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Yvon Rance
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Laetitia Rance
Sabine Haudepin ...
Hélène
Chantal Lauby ...
Françoise
Mohamed Hicham ...
Kader Achour
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Stéphane Leroy
Didier Flamand ...
Belabre
Daniel Martin ...
Michel
Hubert Saint-Macary ...
Loïck
Philippe Beglia ...
Andrea
Sylvie Granotier ...
Claudia
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Un SDF
Dora Doll ...
Madame Guiguan
Jean-Pierre Foucault ...
Animateur TV
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Un comédien
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Yvon Rance, a born hairdresser and an elegant middle-aged man with a perfect toupee, reigns in his native Brittany over a clientèle of little old ladies. But his main reason for living, his masterpiece, is Laetitia, his only daughter, whom he has single-handedly brought up for eighteen years and whom he fondly pictures as heading a cutting-edge hairdressing salon. But she has secretly auditioned for the movies and has been cast in the leading role... her life is about to change! For her father, this is a real catastrophe. Written by L.H. Wong <lhw@sfs.org.sg>

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N'oubliez jamais
Performed by Joe Cocker
Written by Jim Cregan and Russ Kunkel
Courtesy of EMI Music France
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Tres cute!
4 July 2000 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

This was my in-flight movie on a flight from Paris to Cincinatti, and I must admit, I enjoyed this French flick much more than the American movies I've seen in recent months. It's not rolling-out-of-your chair funny, and it's not a heartbreaking drama. It's just a good movie. You'll laugh, and I cried. So get a copy dubbed in English, or go for the subtitles, and enjoy this cute little film.


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