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Par amour (2003)

Months after Nicole loses all track of her problematic son Guillaume, he reappears all of a sudden, announcing he's about to marry a rich woman. He affirms he has rid himself of his ... See full summary »

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Nicole Doucet
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Bernadette Chabot
Catherine Arditi ...
Jocelyne
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Maria
Nanou Garcia ...
Violaine
Dimitri Storoge ...
Guillaume Doucet
Marie Payen ...
Aude
Vincent Solignac ...
Bernard
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La surveillante
Jean-Pierre Bouvier ...
Pierre
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François
Erick Desmarestz ...
Martin Lavant
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Christophe Bellet ...
Joel
Eric Blin ...
Lt. Treuton
Céline Cuignet ...
Cathy
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Months after Nicole loses all track of her problematic son Guillaume, he reappears all of a sudden, announcing he's about to marry a rich woman. He affirms he has rid himself of his longtime drug problem, and asks his mother (a master chef) to offer a grand banquet in honor of the new couple. This leads her to jail, and to many decisions she will make in the name of love. Thus, the original titles "Par Amour" and "Je reclaim la prison (France - working title): Out of love, and I'm asking for jail, respectively. Nicole is a generous soul, offering her love to family and cell mates alike. Written by Guy33134

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14 May 2003 (France)  »

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A szeretet erejével  »

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Pater Noster
Composed by Igor Stravinsky
Performed by John Alldis Choir
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