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Love Me No More (2008)

Deux jours à tuer (original title)
The back story is a marvelous and gorgeous social commentary on the type of generous actions we could all take - to enrich our often-solitary elder-citizens' lives.


Jean Becker


François d'Épenoux (novel), Eric Assous (adaptation) | 3 more credits »
5 nominations. See more awards »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Albert Dupontel ... Antoine
Marie-Josée Croze ... Cécile
Pierre Vaneck Pierre Vaneck ... Le père d'Antoine
Cristiana Réali ... Virginie - l'aguicheuse
Mathias Mlekuz Mathias Mlekuz ... Éric
Claire Nebout Claire Nebout ... Clara - l'humanitaire
François Marthouret François Marthouret ... Paul - le psychiatre
Anne Loiret ... Anne-Laure
José Paul José Paul ... Thibault
Daphné Bürki Daphné Bürki ... Bérengère
Samuel Labarthe ... Étienne - l'avocat
Jean Dell Jean Dell ... Mortez - client de l'agence de pub
Guillaume de Tonquédec ... Sébastien - associé d'Antoine (as Guillaume de Tonquedec)
Xavier Gallais Xavier Gallais ... Marc - l'auto-stoppeur
Stéphan Wojtowicz ... Le patron du café


Antoine Méliot is around 40 years old and has everything he needs to be happy: a beautiful wife, two adorable children, friends he can count on, a pretty house in the Yvelines and money. But one day he decides to ruin everything in one weekend. Written by Jonnybon

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Drama | Romance


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During the meal scene, seconds before Etienne hits Antoine on the face, the wine stains on Antoine's tee-shirt dramatically change size. Actually on the previous shot they are very small on the collar but on the next shot, they spread onto his whole waist. See more »


Le Temps qui Reste
Music by Alain Goraguer and Patrick Goraguer
Lyrics by Jean-Loup Dabadie
Sung by Serge Reggiani
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What a film
5 August 2008 | by eloihortaSee all my reviews

What a film!!! Without saying too much about the film, this is a punch in the face. French cinema is still a safe bet for watching quality movies, and obviously, Jean Becker, is one of the greatest directors. This film talks about a man who starts to change his own life suddenly. In a few hours we'll see how a man is tired of his own life, acts like he was insane with family and friends and all he wants is disappear and stop to being tired and bored. It must not be easy to represent this self-destructive man without falling into parody or into an absurd sense of humor what we'll see him with a constant sensation of uncomfortableness. And what about the last half hour. I cannot explain because this film deserves to watch without knowing too much about the plot, but there's pure cinema in it. Good acting, good scriptwriting and specially, an excellent direction. This films deserves to watch it quietly, without rush. A must see.

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Official Sites:

Studio Canal [France]





Release Date:

30 April 2008 (France) See more »

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Love Me No More See more »

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Technical Specs


(European Film Market)

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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