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Tu vas rire, mais je te quitte (2005)

The complicated life of a wannabe actress who meets an older writer in the midst of a crisis.

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Élise Véronne
Ariane Séguillon ...
Delphine (as Ariane Seguillon)
Coralie Revel ...
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Alain Varenne
Sagamore Stévenin ...
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Jules-Angelo Bigarnet ...
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Philippe Lefebvre ...
Antoine
Véronique Boulanger ...
Lorraine Bulot
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Pierre-Louis
Stéphane Touitou ...
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Maxime
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The complicated life of a wannabe actress who meets an older writer in the midst of a crisis.

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TOUCH ME WANT ME
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Not Just a Chick Flick
24 April 2005 | by See all my reviews

I saw this movie when I was flying back from a vacation in Europe and I laughed out loud throughout it. The movie was in french with English sub-titles. Sure the lead actress used some profanity...that's one of the reasons it was so funny. She called it like it was.

To say I dislike chick-flicks is an understatement. If it has Julia Roberts or Hugh Grant, then I steer clear, but I liked this movie. Men and women would find this movie appealing...the men possibly even more than the women.

I'm not sure why there is a minimum length requirement for comments. It forces those that have something worthy to say (not necessarily me) in just a few sentences to pad their input. Wouldn't it make more sense to have a maximum rather than a minimum?


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