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Chambre à part (1989)

Martin and Gert lead a very quiet life, until the day when their path crosses that of Marie and Francis. Martin, the shy one, lets himself be seduced by Marie. Gert wasted no time in understanding and dropped into Francis' arms.

Director:

Jacky Cukier

Writers:

Jacky Cukier, Serge Frydman (dialogue)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michel Blanc ... Martin
Jacques Dutronc ... Francis
Lio ... Marie
Frances Barber ... Gert
Engelbert Humperdinck ... Self
Catherine Frot ... Babette
Christine Murillo Christine Murillo ... Femme Hôtel
Nicolas Asken Nicolas Asken ... Howard
Roger Ashton-Griffiths ... Harvey
Peter Moffatt Peter Moffatt ... Pépé
Lollie May Lollie May ... Mémé
Sheila Gish ... Mme Kyby
Henri Delmas Henri Delmas ... Père Martin
Michèle Amiel Michèle Amiel ... Mère Martin
David Foxxe David Foxxe ... Homme Delicatessen 1
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Martin and Gert lead a very quiet life, until the day when their path crosses that of Marie and Francis. Martin, the shy one, lets himself be seduced by Marie. Gert wasted no time in understanding and dropped into Francis' arms.

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Comedy

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inadequate acting
28 June 2010 | by wvisser-leusdenSee all my reviews

Although 'Chambre a part' shows an entertaining story and a fairly well-done picturing, partly in Paris and partly in London, one cannot escape being disappointed by its acting.

For its cast two popular singers were selected: Jacques Dutronc and Lio. Both have a shining reputation in French popular music. Unfortunately it does not suffice to level this film up to an acceptable quality.

The two other leads, acting an elderly couple, do not perform above mediocrity, too.

Only Engelbert Humperdinck comes out well in 'Chambre a part'. He restricts himself to where he is good in: singing.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

22 November 1989 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Separate Bedrooms See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color (Fujicolor)

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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