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C. Jay Cox
Jean-Pierre Muller is an intellectual with a quiet life. One day he receives a letter of the Government saying he's been appointed tutor of troubled kid Antoine. He files a request to refuse it but the more he tries to get away from the responsability more he gets involved and has to face important issues in his life.Written by
Even though it is about an old gay guy which even gay guys think that it is not attractive, but this movie is very fun and entertaining to watch. The music is well composed, fits with the scenes very well.
I like the "wife" because she is a good actor. She is just so dramatic. I especially like that scene when she had to change from smiling face to instant sad face, very authentic.
I also like that moment when the young guy was playing the piano, he winked at the guest. And you can hear that special "ding" sound correlated with his winking, quite fresh to watch.
This movie reminds me of the Birdcage, I wonder if Hollywood will ever make a movie from this one.
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