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Mon fils à moi (2006)

Tragedy strikes a young boy and his over-protective mother.

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La mère
Victor Sévaux ...
Julien
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Le père
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Suzanne
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La grand mère
Michèle Moretti ...
La proviseur
Valentine Stach ...
Alice
Thomas Silberstein ...
Sam
Nicole Gros ...
La pâtissière
Maxime Monsimier ...
Copain Julien 1
Julien Oracz ...
Copain Julien 2
Ludmila Ruoso ...
Femme policier
Sébastien Guisset ...
Un policier
Esteban Challis ...
Un policier
Olivier Brunet ...
Déménageur piano 1
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Julien and his mum care for each other very much. But Julien has committed a deadly sin: he is growing into a teenager! Worse, he has found himself a girlfriend of his age. "Mummy" is not going to tolerate such an ignominy. Julien is HER baby and will remain HERS for ever, encouraged in her "crusade" by her bovine husband and barely thwarted by the more courageous interventions of Suzanne, Julien's sympathetic big sister. Written by Guy Bellinger

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7 March 2007 (France)  »

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Mi hijo  »

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French visa # 109310 delivered on 14-12-2006. See more »

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Je reviens te chercher
Lyrics by Pierre Delanoë
Music by Gilbert Bécaud (1967)
Performed by Gilbert Bécaud
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Smothering mother behind closed doors
19 February 2013 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

Believable heart wrenching horrible unhealthy story about a mother too much in love with her son, smothering him with over-protection, and going even further. 12 year old Julien had his mother as best friend, or rather the opposite. He is his mother's best friend. She does not know when to let go, and she does not know when to give him the needed space, not understanding growing up and going into puberty, and the trauma the boy feels by this.

Extremely well played by the two main persons. The mother is a mother from hell, played by a frightening Nathalie Baye. The father is ignorant to what goes on, being distant as many are. Julien, brilliantly played by Victor Sevaux, tries all he can to get away from home for a day or two, trying to make his mother love him less. It's painful to watch. When his sisters addresses that Julien is not happy and well, she is ignored.

When mother finds a love letter to her son in the mail from his girlfriend Alice, she opens it with no hesitation, and reacts as jealous as it's possible to do. The sister tells, and he finds the letter shred to pieces in the junk. He's not allowed to do anything without the mother approving and telling in beforehand. And when he decides to show appreciation, she reacts like a psycho.

But after a while Julien is driven into a corner, and decides to act...


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