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"Ne Quittez Pas!" deserves to be shown everywhere.
It is now January 2006 and I am wondering why this wonderful film has still not yet been released in the United States? It is hard to imagine that such a sincere, thought-provoking, funny, and touching film, which certainly left a mark upon my life and many others, is not released world wide! Il faut que tout le monde voie ce film!
I loved this film for some time now, and I am so eager to share it with others. However, one can only import the DVD from France, and it does not come equipped yet with English subtitles. So, needless to say, it is difficult to share it with an English native-speaking audience(!) It is so hard to imagine that in such a multi-cultural world that we live in today, this special film is not yet available for a mass audience (not only in America, but in other parts of Europe too). Wake up production companies world-wide! This special film deserves to be shown in many other countries. It is so puzzling why it has not been given the chance already. Luckily for us Americans, though, this film is now making its tour throughout the Unites States via special screenings at local film festivals. One can only hope that a production company in the states will pick it up! And then... tout le monde can see "Ne Quittez Pas!".
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