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Dragomir R. Radev
It is the second collaboration of mother and son writing team Danièle Thompson & Christophe Thompson after the 1999 film La Bûche. See more »
American Airlines does not fly to Munich from Paris. See more »
[about some un-fresh ham]
Il est mort pour rien ce cochon ! (This pig is dead for nothing)
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In multiple places, instead of having, for instance a chief ('chef') machinist, assistant machinist, and so on, the first person after the 'chef', in keeping with the cooking theme, is the 'sous-chef'. See more »
This delicious, light, romantic comedy is full of surprises and subtleties.
Witfully written and superbly acted, it shows why Juliette Binoche is such a great asset to modern cinema. Outstanding chemistry with Reno makes this theatrical play made into a movie a rewarding experience to be treasured. Juliette Binoche shows her talent in a totally different role to most of the ones she has played before, she is a common girl with many problems and yet her nobility and class shine through. If you like Binoche you will love Jet lag. Don't miss it.
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