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Mes enfants ne sont pas comme les autres (2003)

A classical musician demands that his beautiful daughter and his young son follow in his footsteps despite their personal wishes.

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Jean Debart, le père
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Gérald
Maurice Garrel ...
Maître Erhardt
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Thomas
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Myriam
Jacqueline Jehanneuf ...
Marthe
Françoise Lépine ...
La journaliste
Marie Rousseau ...
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Serge Renko ...
Le Professeur en médecine
Anne Le Ny ...
La femme bourgeoise
Lucia Sanchez ...
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Adèle Debart
Cyril Pointurier
Frédéric Roullier ...
Alexandre Debart
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A classical musician demands that his beautiful daughter and his young son follow in his footsteps despite their personal wishes.

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23 July 2003 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Az én kivételes gyermekeim  »

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les enfants qui s'aiment
4 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

I'm not sure whether it's a good thing or a bad that as yet no comments have been posted for this movie. I caught it at an art house in Paris a couple of months ago and the audience seemed receptive. Dercourt has a lot to live up to after Les Cachetonneurs. He moved away from musical themes with his follow up but now he's back with a much darker take on classical music. To nutshell it, father is himself a muso working in the classical field and nothing will do but that son and daughter follow in his footsteps. The elder child, a daughter, is already beginning to resent his martinet approach and showing signs of rebellion whilst the younger child, a boy, is not above letting the piano lid fall on his fingers to avoid practising. It's a very long way from the joyous celebration of classical music in Les Cachetonneurs but it remains interesting to say the least, though it seems to have disappeared from the scene.


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