Quelqu'un Vous Aime (Someone Loves You) is a five-minute French short produced as a sort of extended public service announcement (PSA), whose goal is to encourage teens and young adults not to drink-drive. Its dramatic tone, sparse dialogue, and the presence of French beauty Isild Le Besco playing the central character, Lilou, all serve to increase the appeal of this film to the younger set. It is effective in delivering its message as there is nothing at the beginning to alert the viewer that this short is indeed an anti-drink-driving piece. It initially appears to be no more than a short subject about a girl arriving at the train station. The viewer is enlightened as to the purpose of the film only at the conclusion when the lamentable results of motoring while intoxicated are made manifest.
All in all, Quelqu'un Vous Aime is a traditional sort of cautionary tale freshly attired in chic French couture.
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