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As Life Goes By (2003)

La vie comme elle va (original title)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Arnaud Barre Arnaud Barre ... Himself - Le chef de gare
Hubert Bouyssières Hubert Bouyssières ... Himself (Le maire de Najac)
Laurent Capelluto
Céline Causse Céline Causse ... Herself (La centenaire)
Henri Dardé Henri Dardé ... Himself - Le paysan voyageur
Madame Dardé Madame Dardé ... Herself (La fermière)
Jacky Dejhonge Jacky Dejhonge ... Himself (Le clown Piccolo)
Christopher Gillard Christopher Gillard ... Himself - Le troubadour
Serge Itkine Serge Itkine ... Himself (Le paysan par philosophie)
Christian Lombard Christian Lombard ... Himself (L'enfant terrible du pays)
Jean-Louis Raffy Jean-Louis Raffy ... Himself (Le retraité "à la coule")
Dominique Saouly Dominique Saouly ... Herself (La guest-star)
Henri Sauzeau Henri Sauzeau ... Himself (Le poète de la mécanique)
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

9 June 2003 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente)

Sound Mix:

Dolby

Color:

Color
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Poetry in motion
2 October 2006 | by mmesschaertSee all my reviews

One of the most memorable films I have seen. It tugs at your heart, it makes you laugh, it lifts you up, it makes you cry. It was shot with obvious love, tenderness and respect for the inhabitants of Najac. Life is in the small, quiet details. And these are captured by the director in an utterly simple but magical way. This film is very much like Etre et Avoir - another one of my favourites. Works like these make my heart sing! It always amazes and delights me that there are directors who can make films like these with just a camera, small crew, small budget, and manage to pack much more of a punch than most of the big-budget, big-name, big-effects movies think they can.


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