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Notre jour viendra (2010)

The outcast red-haired teenager Rémy is bulled at school and lives with his estranged mother and sister in France. The also red-haired psychiatrist Patrick befriends Rémy and helps him to ... See full summary »

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Patrick
Olivier Barthelemy ...
Rémy
Justine Lerooy ...
Natacha
Vanessa Decat ...
Vaness
Boris Gamthety ...
Serge (as Boris Gamthety 'Byron')
Rodolphe Blanchet ...
Joël
Chloé Catoen ...
La petite fille rousse
Sylvain Le Mynez ...
L'otage
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Le réceptionniste
Mathilde Braure ...
La mère de Rémy
Thomas Pinczak ...
Gros
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Hervé Clavel
Camille Rowe ...
Fille anglaise #1
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Fille anglaise #2
Jérémy Bienvenu ...
Jeune rappeur 1
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The outcast red-haired teenager Rémy is bulled at school and lives with his estranged mother and sister in France. The also red-haired psychiatrist Patrick befriends Rémy and helps him to release his repressed hatred and sexuality. When Rémy sees a picture of red-haired people in Ireland, he forces Patrick to travel with him to his dreamland. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Free-wheeling modern French existential road movie
31 July 2011 | by See all my reviews

This first feature by Romain Gavras is a violent, perplexing road movie. Occasionally funny or flat-out surreal, it follows the mutually supporting shenanigans of two psychologically marginalised Frenchmen. Patrick is a psychiatrist about to collapse under the weight of his own ennui; Rémy is an immature young man, introverted by the internet, his red hair and sexual innocence. The latter provides the former with a project and, bonding over the tenuous topic of their red-headedness, they lurch off into a self-perpetuating zig-zag, initially searching for confrontation.

Those who have seen the remarkable video Stress for the dance collective Justice might have been prepared for the verité, taboo- stomping and sheer chaos with which the couple's adventures are recorded. The Cassel of La Haine (1995) is suddenly back on the screen, playing out a tamer version of Man Bites Dog (1992), the blinkered nonsense of the French philosopher-outlaw. It has the same dangerous, pulpish quality, especially with Olivier Barthelemy's Rémy in tow becoming ever more confident to confront people without understanding why.

I liked the deluded anarchy, especially shrouded in pathos as both characters clearly feel doubts nibbling away at their state and behaviour. A smattering of other films are suggested in passing - the recurring shots of industry put me in mind of Antonioni's Red Desert, and the latter shots of the bald-headed inmates of THX1138. The men's flight is from social systems and these films are good basic templates. For me the power of the film is in the borderline- B-movie, invigorating action that their desperation drives them to. Difficult to swallow in places but strong nonetheless. 6/10


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