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Le monde nous appartient (2012)

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Pouga
Ymanol Perset ...
Julien
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Freddy
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Zoltan
Dinara Drukarova ...
Magali (as Dinara Droukarova)
Sam Louwyck ...
Eric
Earl Okin ...
Le chanteur dans le métro
Laura Davidt ...
Elodie
Albert Cartier ...
Le coach
Bernard Suin ...
Kestemont
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La joueuse anonyme
Fabrice Bénichou ...
Le joueur anonyme
Geoffrey Thompson ...
Le trickseur
Michaël Jonckheere ...
Max
Caroline Lemaire ...
La fille dans la vitrine rouge
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Two touching life stories
9 June 2014 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

This film portrays subtly the ties between the two life stories of the main protagonists. Actually these ties exist between other characters, and I thought it was illustrated quite well. It also alludes to how we face our fate or signs of our fate and how we view them. These elements are reflected by the superior acting, especially from Vincent Rottiers, as Pouga. It was interesting to watch how this latter embodies his character which seems to want what he can't have (Magali, his love interest, for example). I also liked Freddy, the father figure, interpreted by Olivier Gourmet, of the other protagonist Julien, which is desperately trying to have some kind of a dialog with his son.

Overall it's a movie worth the watch!


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