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An excellent and very touching and daring comedy/drama about father and son
Ne quittez pas! is a comedy and a tale about a man (Excellent Sergio castellitto) talking over the phone to his dead father. The father (Michel Serrault's voice) wants his black coat back (the one he had during world war 2, under french antis-emit government) The film is fresh and funny specially when one learn those phones calls cost a fortune to the son. Those phone calls are so expensive that he soon will be broke and homeless. The end of the movie his incredibly daring, when we learn what this black coat story was about, specially when we consider the antisemitic resurgence in France. this film is an act of courage, and has to be seen all over the world.
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