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The Year 01 (1973)

L'an 01 (original title)
The film narrates a utopian abandonment, consensual and festive of the market economy and high productivity. The population decides on a number of resolutions beginning with "We stop ... See full summary »

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Véronique Alain Véronique Alain
Romain Bouteille Romain Bouteille ... Le collectionneur de billets de banque
François Béranger François Béranger ... Le guitariste-chanteur
Cabu ... Un conspirateur (as L'équipe Hara-Kiri)
Antoine Carillon Antoine Carillon
François Cavanna François Cavanna ... Un conspirateur (as L'équipe Hara-Kiri)
Professeur Choron Professeur Choron ... Un conspirateur (as L'équipe Hara-Kiri)
Christian Clavier ... Un télespectateur du débat
Véronique K. Colucci Véronique K. Colucci ... La dactylo (as Véronique Kantor)
Coluche ... Le chef de bureau
Maurice Coussonneau Maurice Coussonneau
Isabelle de Botton Isabelle de Botton
Delfeil de Ton Delfeil de Ton ... Un conspirateur (as L'équipe Hara-Kiri)
Philippe Defrance Philippe Defrance ... Un publicitaire
Christine Dejoux Christine Dejoux ... Une téléspectatrice
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The film narrates a utopian abandonment, consensual and festive of the market economy and high productivity. The population decides on a number of resolutions beginning with "We stop everything" and the second "After a total downtime will be revived-reluctantly-that the services and products including lack will prove intolerable. Probably: water to drink, electricity for reading at night, the TSF to say "This is not the end of the world, this is an 01, and now a page of Celestial Mechanics". The implementation of these resolutions is the first day of a new era, Year 01. The Year 01 is emblematic of the challenge of the 1970s and covers such diverse topics as ecology, negation of authority, free love, communal living, rejection of private property and labor. Written by AlainD

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A long long time ago..
12 July 2003 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

Some movies of the seventies seem to have been made yesterday;not this one.It's in fact one of the most dated works of its era.It's some gentler version of "Themroc" ,less pretentious, funny (in places) but not necessarily more palatable .

There's no story,but a spate of minisketches ,some of them witty,("There's no more property,so there're no more thieves" the warden says while opening the cells ),a lot of them tedious and repetitive.There was enough material to make a very good short,but 85 minutes it's inevitably too long.In a nutshell,let's stop working,let's stop producing,let's stop everything and all you need is love.Hence the title "l'an O1" (=year 01):why a 0,by the way?This is the typically "events of May 68 way of life" film.

If you like it ,try these :Claude Faraldo's "themroc" ,Agnès Varda's "l'une chante et l'autre pas" ,Jean-Luc Godard's " tout va bien"

It was Jacques Doillon's first effort.Although it seems puerile today,it nevertheless displays this director's intellectual ambitions.His best works remain the more accessible :the moving "un sac de billes" (1975)-which people who liked "au revoir les enfants" must see- and the strange disturbing "la drôlesse"(1979) which tells the story of A a hung-up young man who locks up a teenage girl in an attic.


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France

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22 February 1973 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Das Jahr Null Eins See more »

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1.66 : 1
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