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Pourquoi tu pleures? (2011)

Arnaud nicknamed "Cui Cui" no longer knows which way to look. He is about to marry Anna but he is not sure he really loves her. To make matters worse, he falls in love during the stag party... See full summary »

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Arnaud, dit Cui-Cui
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Cécile, dite Coin-Coin
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Claude, la mère
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Anna
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Léa
Eric Lartigau ...
Paco
Rodolphe Dana ...
Eric
Jean-Noël Cnockaert ...
Jean-Noël
Nadir Legrand ...
Laurent
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Mathila, la mère d'Anna
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Haim, le père d'Anna
Niseema Theillaud ...
Josy (as Niseema)
Marc Bodnar ...
Le chef de chantier
Lolita Offenstein ...
La fille de Paco
Daphné Dugois ...
Poppy
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Arnaud nicknamed "Cui Cui" no longer knows which way to look. He is about to marry Anna but he is not sure he really loves her. To make matters worse, he falls in love during the stag party he has with his friends. And Léa, a nightclub singer, is obviously the woman of his dreams. What to do? Cancel the wedding and create a scandal but be able to live with a woman he loves truly and loves him in return? Or be a good boy and not disappoint the company but say farewell to happiness. For four days, Arnaud goes to and fro aimlessly between Anna and Léa, between his eccentric sister and his self-centered mother, between hope and depression. Written by Guy Bellinger

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15 June 2011 (France)  »

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Bachelor Days Are Over  »

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First feature film of Katia Lewkowicz. See more »

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Reste-moi fidèle
Written by Enrico Macias and Jacques Demarny
Performed first by Enrico Macias, then by Benjamin Biolay
(1969)
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Unlikable characters and unbelievable script
15 January 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was one of the worst movies I've ever seen. I just walked out of it at the Jewish Film Festival in NYC. Each character is annoying and unlikeable. That alone would be fine if the director made them at least interesting or believable. Each character is constantly in physical motion and extremely neurotic. The main character is a man-child who has no regard for anyone or anything and his fiancée is a woman who no man would think of marrying since she disappears before her wedding and refuses to speak to her future groom. I would avoid seeing this move at all costs - it is disingenuous and thoroughly annoying to watch. Too bad talented actors (especially Devos and Garcia) are wasted on stereotypical characters with no nuance.


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