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Sansa (2003)

Sansa is a young man. The camera pursues him, takes a peep at him, tries to catch his face, his look, his cap. The camera gets out of breath running after the man, becoming an observer, a ... See full summary »

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... Sansa
Ivry Gitlis ... Monsieur Click
... Emita
... Paloma
... Valentina
... Chloé
... June
Georges Abe ... Georges
... Ahmed
Amar Attia ... Le CRS
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Martha Argerich ... Herself
Liz Lobato
Bénédicte Loyen
Antoine du Merle
Zay Nuba
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Sansa is a young man. The camera pursues him, takes a peep at him, tries to catch his face, his look, his cap. The camera gets out of breath running after the man, becoming an observer, a friend into his endless trip between the stations of Paris, the streets of Spain and Portugal, Italy and Hungary, Burkina Faso and Egypt, India, the illuminated roads and boards and lounges of Japan. Sansa is a free-minded and impulsive. He is a man who will accost people on the street - women - to be courted, next minute - to be forgotten. He will get into trouble, but behind the next corner he will run away. May be the next train will take him to the end of his adventure ... Written by Virginia Valeva <vdvaleva@abv.bg>

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28 January 2004 (France)  »

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Sansa - A Alegria de Viver  »

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Sansa?
27 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Me goodness!! That was by far the crappiest piece of junk I have ever tortured my senses with. Here's the plot: ----------

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A careless "the-devil-may-care" french street bum keeps running around aimlessly through mostly train stations or airports, constantly being asked for his passport... then running again... and so on...

There's the occasional blurred flurry of faces bothering the viewer's every nerve fiber... and again, the running...

Just multiply the above for an hour or so and voilà! French crap (suzette) at its best!

PS: If a certain sheep-look-a-like (goes by the name of Catinca) tries to convince you to watch this flick, just slowly walk away...


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