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Ariane
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Mark
Éric Berger ...
François (as Eric Berger)
Chantal Lauby ...
Éléonore
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Pablo (as Sergio Peris Mencheta)
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Farid
Carole Franck ...
Sandrine
Philippe Le Fèvre ...
Jérémie
Christophe Guiot ...
Le chef d'orchestre
Nathanièle Esther ...
L'éditrice
Sabine Balasse ...
Corinne
Jane Val ...
La dame au chat
Paul Pinheiro ...
Richard
Fred Epaud ...
Le vendeur animaux (as Frédéric Epaud)
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In Paris, Ariane and Lena are sisters. Ariane writes photo novellas for the magazine "Toi et Moi." She's emotional and her long-time boyfriend, Farid, has her in a state because he won't propose, won't ask her to live with him, and often is unavailable. Lena is a cellist, quiet and circumspect in life and in her playing. She lives without passion with her boyfriend François; they're talking about having a baby. Suddenly the women have options: a cheerful and outgoing Spanish construction worker pays attention to Ariane, and Lena finds herself attracted to Mark, a passionate soloist leaving soon to play in Asia. What will the women - and men - do? Is life like a photo novella? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Wonderful French Film
19 October 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

What is it about French films? It seems that every French film I have seen grabs me immediately and keeps my attention throughout the entire movie. There is some magical thing that the French do in their films and I'm at a loss to understand what it is, but this movie does exactly the same thing. It truly is magic. The story is slight and a bit silly but the movie is so romantic and the cast so perfect who cares? I've always been in love with French women who I think are the sexiest on the planet and found French men to be creepy. But not here. The male leads are outstanding and keep up with the women very easily. But let's face it French films are known for their fantastic women and this film continues that idea delightfully. But the two men the two female leads end up with definitely keep your heart pumping and when love wins out in the end there isn't a dry eye in the house.


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