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Ville étrangère (1988)

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Gregor Keuschnig
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Stéphanie
Isabel Otero ...
Béatrice
Roland Bertin ...
L'écrivain
Christiane Cohendy ...
Françoise
Marguerite Bonnin ...
Agnès
Hans Meyer ...
L'ambassadeur
Nathalie Jeannet ...
La fleuriste
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Le chauffeur de taxi
Florence Jaugey ...
La secrétaire d'ambassade
Jacques Fieschi ...
Un journaliste
Edgardo Cozarinsky ...
Un journaliste
Bruno Villien ...
Un journaliste
Jean Bollery ...
Le président
Rosine Martin ...
La femme en rouge
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1 June 1988 (France)  »

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Didier Goldschmidt's portrayal of Handke's book didn't disappoint me at all.
25 December 2003 | by (Co Fremanagh Ireland) – See all my reviews

Niels Arestrup, on top form as usual, plays Gregor, a man suffering from impatence. His previous films, such as the genius that is, Bluebeard, Bluebeard (1987), have always exited me. Anne Wiazemsky provides great support in this underrated gem.


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