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L'âme-soeur (1999)



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Credited cast:
Jean-Marie Bigard ... Rémi
Yvonne Sciò ... Valentina
Marina Tomé Marina Tomé ... Flore, the impresario
Candide Sanchez Candide Sanchez ... Laurent
Luc Florian Luc Florian ... Leterron
Eric Prat Eric Prat ... Father Douillet
André Pousse ... Archbishop Lacaze
Emmanuel Donzella Emmanuel Donzella ... Martin
Paco Cabezas Paco Cabezas ... Eddy
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Guy Amram Guy Amram ... Thug 1
Armelle Armelle ... Mme Blaireau
René Bizac René Bizac ... Thug 2
Claudia Bossi Bigard Claudia Bossi Bigard ... Karate girl
Toni d'Antonio Toni d'Antonio
Albert Delpy ... Balthazar


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Comedy | Fantasy






French | Italian

Release Date:

7 April 1999 (France) See more »

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Dolby Digital


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I sadly declare this movie as among the worst ever done (vhs)
6 September 2016 | by leplatypusSee all my reviews

I appreciate Bigard as an funny artist and now that I have watched his movie, I understand why he has lost all his fortune making it! It's so bad, so empty that no reasonable people would want to participate or watch it: unlike his shows that are so funny and acute with human nature, here the plot makes absolutely no sense: Sure it overflows of good feelings (the power of eternal love) but the final product is just this unlikely couple always running and hiding around Paris as fugitives, pursued by Italian criminals, police and clergy! It's a huge disappointment, not funny or thrilling, without even a small quantum of originality. I really wonder why nobody told him that during the production or if he really believed that it would break down walls… The fact remains that this movie is just beyond redemption forever!!!

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