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L'amour trop fort (1981)

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Rose-Marie de Boisel
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Max
Daniel Duval ...
Charlie Maupas
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Jean Dumaine
Christian Delangre ...
Bernard
Alain Flick ...
Le commissaire
Monique Pantel ...
Monique
Bernard Dumaine ...
Le commerçant vote
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Jacques Brylant ...
(as Jacques Bryland)
Lucien Camiret
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Jean-Claude Laval ...
Le journaliste radio
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Best effort for Daniel Duval

A rather are and very good product given by the always tremendous actor and film maker Daniel Duval, an actor always on the edge, the razor's edge, very sensitive, borderline character in each role he could have. Here, there is no exception in this story of a man estranged from his former girl friend but still in love with her. Remember him in SI JE T'AIME PRENDS GARDE A TOI, where he co-stared Nathalie Baye, and also played a similar character. Jean Carmet is of course excellent here in Duval's friend who is left by his wife. This feature is partly a comedy, at least light at some moments, but remains a drama, so typical of the French film industry. Love, friendship and bitterness. A rare and excellent French film from the early eighties.


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