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Je vous trouve très beau (2005)

When farmer Aymé Pigrenet loses his wife, he is not exactly overwhelmed by sorrow, rather by the sheer amount of work that suddenly falls on his shoulders. In quest of a new spouse, he goes to Romania where he meets Elena.

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Aymé Pigrenet
Medeea Marinescu ...
Elena
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Roland Blanchot
Benoît Turjman ...
Antoine
Éva Darlan ...
Mme Marais (as Eva Darlan)
Élisabeth Commelin ...
Françoise (as Elisabeth Commelin)
Valérie Bonneton ...
Maître Labaume
Julien Cafaro ...
Thierry
Valentin Traversi ...
Jean-Paul
Raphaël Dufour ...
Nicolas
Choukri Gabteni ...
Le patron du café
Agnès Boury ...
Huguette
Tadrina Hocking ...
Nicole
Nathalie Jouin ...
Sylvie
Renée Le Calm ...
La grand-mère
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When farmer Aymé Pigrenet loses his wife, he is not exactly overwhelmed by sorrow, rather by the sheer amount of work that suddenly falls on his shoulders. Soon, he realizes he won't make it alone and he needs another companion to cope with it. But finding a new spouse is no simple task in his small rural town: Aymé turns to a matchmaker who quickly understands that he's not after a soul mate and advises him to go to Romania where young women will do anything to escape poverty. And indeed, it's in Romania that Aymé meets Elena... Written by JR Bouvier

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Comedy | Romance

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11 January 2006 (France)  »

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Ahava B'Kfar  »

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$2,497,592 (France) (13 January 2006)
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The experience of seeing the story through the characters' eyes
17 December 2006 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

This is a charming story of unlikely companions cast together by circumstance and hard choices. It is interesting to see how the protagonists use their situation, once they have committed initially to their self interests, to pay each other back, and with love and compassion eventually find what they do not expect. Each phase of this progression is clearly imprinted in the viewer's experience from both points of view in a very patient, but not slow, immersion into the characters' hearts and psyches. The effect of this is to erase the viewer's point of view and leave the audience with a memorable impression of the whole, which is beautiful to behold.


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