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Inguélézi (2004)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marie Payen ...
Françoise Lebrun ...
La mère
Homme accident
Jean-Michel Portal ...
Homme rêve
Louise Raymond ...
La petite fille
Derek Taylor ...
Henri Khouri ...
Vendeur arabe
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Ian Percival ...
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Janine Déloupy
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Patrick Durand


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25 May 2004 (France)  »

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Clandestino  »

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Life upside down
2 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I too would like more people to see this wonderful film. François Dupeyron is a new director for me (I haven't yet been able to see La Chambre des officiers, which everyone liked so much) and I found Inguélézi to be sad and gripping for most of its running time. What Geneviève is going through is well described: loss, panic, a desperate wish to restore some of the certainties of life, it's all here.

Eric Caravaca, whose fifth film with Dupeyron this is, is very good as Kader, a part he probably learned phonetically. This man has to deal with grief just as much as the woman does; there's a wonderful scene where he makes a ceremonial marking on both their foreheads with earth, a way to pass through the sorrow. The London scenes are not as good, there is a feeling of impatience with the director to hurry up and finish the film.

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