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Parlez-moi d'amour (2002)

Justine and Richard's 15-year relationship ends in separation due to irreconcilable differences with Justine maintaining custody of their three boys. Her new life means having to deal with ... See full summary »

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Justine
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Richard
Anne Le Ny ...
Amélie
Laurence Février ...
Justine's mother
Jean-Marie Frin ...
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William
Daniel Isoppo ...
Hubert
Christèle Tual ...
Josée (as Christelle Tual)
Chantal Banlier ...
Christine
Isabelle Olive ...
Carole
Jimmy Baudrand ...
Constantin
Louis-Alexandre Lucotte ...
Jérémy
Jules Boudier ...
Jacob
François Chattot ...
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Ariane Séguillon ...
Corinne (as Ariane Seguillon)
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Justine and Richard's 15-year relationship ends in separation due to irreconcilable differences with Justine maintaining custody of their three boys. Her new life means having to deal with being a single parent but at the same time, she comes to terms with her own parents' divorce and finds a common bond with her long-suffering mother. Richard, a renowned author, deals with the situation by devoting all his attention to his writing. Both are forced to confront their uncertain futures, while examining what led to the breakdown of their marriage.

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For a thirty seven year old actress with a background as something of a 'wild child' Sophie Marceau has turned in an extremely mature debut movie. It's a 'mood' piece from frame one with relevant back story fed to us via an eye dropper and none the worse for that. She is also very consistent and sure-footed in her narrative. For instance our first glimpse of Arestrup is of an ageing father figure in mid-metamorphose from 'insensitive' to 'monster' yet in the back story he is seen through the same eyes - initially a bruised wife but now a young girl in love - as a caring, sensitive romantic. Okay, we're talking art house fare but that's what we don't have enough of. As an actress Sophie Marceau was often associated with the type of movie that held no interest for me, fodder for the bubble-gum crowd, but as a writer-director she is a double-threat on whom I will keep an eye. See it only if you're discerning and value fine writing, acting and directing.


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