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Cast

Credited cast:
Lucy Tulugarjuk ...
Nattikuttuk
Fiona Gordon ...
Fiona
Dominique Abel ...
Julien
Philippe Martz ...
René le marin
Thérèse Fichet ...
Fernande
Georges Jore ...
Achille
Louis Lecouvreur ...
Léon
Bruno Romy ...
Georges
Lola Hélie ...
Lola
Justine Fernandez ...
Rosalie
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Joseph Alex ...
Villageois
Madeleine Alex ...
Villageois
Oumar Bangoura ...
Clandestin
Virginie Binard ...
L'employée
Fanny Chausson ...
Douanier
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Fiona, Julien and their two clone-like children live a life appropriate to the robots they have become, in a style-less, cheerless suburb somewhere in the flatlands of French-speaking Europe. Even the simple act of buttering and eating a roll takes on the appearance of an assembly line. When Fiona, who manages a fast-food restaurant, accidentally locks herself in the restaurant's walk-in freezer overnight, her family doesn't even miss her. She realizes how pointless her life has become and runs away; to seek happiness, put her life right again and perhaps to visit the icebergs with which she begins an obsession. On a bus trip to nowhere, she becomes friendly with an older lady, Fernande, who offers Fiona a place to stay and diversion in her seaside community. There, Fiona becomes attracted to René, who owns a small sailboat, and has been a deaf-mute since a fire in which his parents died. In time, the pair embark on a sailing voyage, unknowingly pursued by the persistent Julien, who ... Written by Joe Jurca

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$1,137 (USA) (4 May 2007)

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$18,134 (USA) (13 July 2007)
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Horrible Waste of Time
13 February 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I like a good artsy film once in a while, but this was just one of the worst movies ever, what a waste of an hour and a half. 6+ stars, what kind of drugs are you people on, give me a break. My wife and I both hated it, the best part was the end, when it was finally over. The acting was bad, the idea and plot was bad. The filming was not good either, lots of blue screen ocean shots. Don't waste your time and ignore the positive reviews, there is always someone that likes every movie, regardless of how bad they are. Were there a few redeeming and humorous scenes, of course, there are in almost every movie, but we found this very painful to watch. However since it was so short, we were stuck after giving it 30 or so minutes, we had to finish it up. Trust us, don't waste the effort.


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