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Alla rivoluzione sulla due cavalli (2001)

It's the dawn of April 25, 1974, when Marco, a 25-year old Italian and his Portuguese friend Victor leave Paris on a yellow Citroen 2CV. The goal of their trip is Lisbon, which on that ... See full summary »

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... Marco
... Victor
Gwenaëlle Simon ... Claire
... zio Enrique
Georges Moustaki ... Poeta
... Conte Agaruez
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Carlos António ... Sposo
Fernando Ascencio ... Capitano portogese
Sara Barreiro ... Fioraia
Suzana Borges ... donna do Caruso
... Capo inpresa polizia
Alessio Caruso ... Ispettore frontiera
Henri Daguerre ... Yves il rosso
Nuno de Sousa
... Sposa
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It's the dawn of April 25, 1974, when Marco, a 25-year old Italian and his Portuguese friend Victor leave Paris on a yellow Citroen 2CV. The goal of their trip is Lisbon, which on that night was freed from Europe's longest dictatorship. The two are joined by Claire, Victor's former girlfriend and University classmate, who wants to take a break from her everyday life, leaving behind her husband and baby son, to form again, even for a few days, the traveling trio with her friends. Written by Vice-4

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26 April 2002 (Spain)  »

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Off to the Revolution in a 2CV  »

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Good fun film, but is it on DVD/VHS?
7 November 2004 | by See all my reviews

Saw this at the London Film Festival a couple of years ago, and enjoyed it. Good fun road movie.

I'm no expert on the historical accuracies of the revolution, and there seemed to be some odd gaps in the plot - but they might have been the usual subtitling flaws.

If you're a 2cv anorak (like me), there's some rather laughable inaccuracies, too...

But I can't find it on DVD or VHS. Is it available? Anywhere? Obviously, DVD with English subtitles'd be my preference - drop me an email if you know of a source!


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