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Invitation au voyage (1982)

Young lovers ask, "What would you do if I died?" In this case, the young lovers are twins, Nina and Lucien, brother and sister. He answers, "I'll make you live again." Then, in an accident,... See full summary »

Director:

Peter Del Monte

Writers:

Jean Bany (novel), Peter Del Monte (scenario) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Laurent Malet ... Lucien
Corinne Reynaud Corinne Reynaud ... Nina (as Nina Scott)
Mario Adorf ... Timour
Aurore Clément ... La jeune femme sur l'autoroute
Franca Maresa Franca Maresa
Raymond Bussières ... Le vieil homme
Robin Renucci ... Gérard
Serge Spira Serge Spira ... Un représentant
Boris Azais Boris Azais
Gérald Denizeau Gérald Denizeau ... (as Gérard Denizot)
Guy Dhers Guy Dhers
Ben D'Jackis Ben D'Jackis
Malek Kateb Malek Kateb ... (as Malek Eddine Kateb)
Marcel Gassouk ... L'homme au chariot
Manuela Gourary Manuela Gourary ... La patronne caféteria
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Young lovers ask, "What would you do if I died?" In this case, the young lovers are twins, Nina and Lucien, brother and sister. He answers, "I'll make you live again." Then, in an accident, Nina dies. She's been a rocker on the rise, taking Lucien out of a stable where he worked and bringing him into the music business. He seals her body in the case of a bass fiddle, straps it to the top of his car, and travels across France. He picks up a hitchhiker, helps a Turk he bumps into on the road, visits his birthplace and a boyhood friend, and reaches a seaport. Along the way, he listens to Nina's music, pastes up her posters, and remembers. How will he make her live again? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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R
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Connections

Referenced in Meri Poppins, do svidaniya (1984) See more »

Soundtracks

Rêver !
Music by Guy Luypaerts
Lyrics by René Rouzaud and Rachel Thoreau
Performed by Viviane Loren
(Published by Caravelle)
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3 June 2015 | by sidjohns450See all my reviews

I rented this from the my local store and it took my breath away. I was annoyed when one review said this movie was sick. This isn't it's a French movie and it isn't made for the mainstream audience. Should I spoil it for the reader to tell you what the movie is about.

Luicen twin sister dies in the bath tub. This makes Lucien depressed. So Lucien pays and odd tribute to his twin. He takes the dead body for a road trip.

While on the road trip, Lucien heals and deals with the loss of his sister, his sister his is lover. It happens!!

The music is haunting and Lucien comes across a motley crue of oddballs.

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Country:

France | Italy | West Germany

Language:

French

Release Date:

19 May 1982 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Convite Para Viagem See more »

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Mono

Color:

Color (Eastmancolor)
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