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Crème glacée, chocolat et autres consolations (2001)

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Credited cast:
Dorothée Berryman ...
Micheline
Geneviève Bilodeau ...
Ambre
Isabelle Brouillette ...
Suzie
France Castel ...
Nicole (Mère de Suzie)
Normand D'Amour ...
Denis
Martin Desgagné
Fabien Dupuis
Louis-Philippe Dury ...
Jérémi
Danny Gilmore ...
Samuel
Clermont Jolicoeur ...
François
Roger La Rue ...
M. Beaudry
Pierre Lebeau ...
Théo
Maryse Morisette
Claude Prégent ...
Claude
Dominique Quesnel ...
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On choisit ses amis... pas sa famille

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31 August 2001 (Canada)  »

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Written and Performed by Les Vulgaires Machins
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Languid but interesting.
13 September 2004 | by (Melbourne, Australia) – See all my reviews

One thing I came away with from this film was "the closeness of lifelong friendship".

A simple drama which looks at the protagonists' family ties and friendships, and certain events which shape a life.

The drama is more a "slice out of life" type affair, than a typical Hollywood/soap-opera melodrama.

The performances are definitely convincing and nuanced, but did not impress enough for Oscar (or Canadian equivalent) nominations.

It is largely set in one Canada's french-speaking cities (or at least that's how it seemed), Montreal. Perhaps it was the time of year it was filmed, but it certainly paints a very interesting place to visit.

Though a languidly-paced film, it is definitely not boring.


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