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Espace détente (2005)

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Valérie Decobert-Koretzky ...
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Juju Hassan (as Noémie Elbaz-Kapler)
Sylvie Loeillet ...
Chantal Neuwirth ...
Alexandre Pesle ...
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$3,829,604 (France) (4 February 2005)
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If you like the show, you will like the movie.
21 February 2005 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

"Espace détente" is a good way to conclude the TV show "Camera Café", I say it to make it clear : the directing is awful, the cut is terrible, But...

...we like them so much, for the first time we can follow them outside that little coffee room, so even if i's really badly directed, it's fun to see Jean Claude, Hervé and the others in all the situations that we had just tried to imagine before, the family of JC, his car, the office toilets (funnyest scene of the movie).

There's also many running gag, as the dog sequence who remain the dog of "There's something about Mary", not bad ! The plot is also a (light) pamphlet about economic and social problems.

So, just the TV show fans will like it, and I am !


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