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L'île bleue (1983)

TV Movie  |  21 May 1983 (France)
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A man is in a strange place to find his own dream. The place is all white and with no hills and each dreamer got his own little space to carry it out.

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Jean-Pierre Kalfon ...
Boris
Aïna Walle ...
Isa
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Ladislas
Philippe du Janerand ...
Oswald
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Gabriel
Anny Romand ...
Alexa
Serge Riaboukine ...
Grégor
Alain Flick ...
Gris-Colin
Jean-Pierre Rambal ...
Le vieil enfant
Jean-François Dérec ...
Samson
Nathalie Schmidt ...
Sofia
José-Maria Berzosa ...
Le pope
Claire Magnin ...
L'infirmière
Yvonne Wingerter ...
La mercière
André Landais ...
Un acteur
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A man is in a strange place to find his own dream. The place is all white and with no hills and each dreamer got his own little space to carry it out.

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a wonderful subject
8 June 2005 | by (France) – See all my reviews

The subject of this film is the dream. You'll see a man in a fantastic place where men and women must find their own dream using a fixed bus where a false landscape painted on 2 revolving vertical rollers in front of the windshield ravels. This fantastic place is very white and with no hill where each person has its small space where it carries out its dream. You'll see even a man in a sand vat playing with the model of a ship of corsair. The hero seeks in vain but does not find until he meets a woman in the same case as him, in this bus. They find their dream together while falling in love because their dream was a dream of love. There is even a scene where they are seen intertwined, layed, cherishing themselves in white sheets... I also remember that this dream is disapproved because it enfraint a rule governing this place of the dream. Here, it is all which I remember.


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