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Didine (2008)

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Géraldine Pailhas ... Alexandrine Langlois, dite Didine
Julie Ferrier ... Muriel
Benjamin Biolay ... François
Christopher Thompson Christopher Thompson ... Nicolas Mirepoix
Edith Scob ... Mme Mirepoix
Élodie Bollée Élodie Bollée ... Sabrina
Isabelle Sadoyan Isabelle Sadoyan ... Roberte
Dany Benedito Dany Benedito ... Virginie
Pio Marmaï ... Jérémie
Dominique Valadié Dominique Valadié ... Mme Santonge
Brigitte Chambon Brigitte Chambon ... Yvonne, la mère de Muriel
Dorothée Decoene Dorothée Decoene ... L'infirmière dans le bureau
Jacqueline Lefranc Jacqueline Lefranc ... Madeleine
Sébastien Erome Sébastien Erome ... Xavier, un amant de Didine
Stéphane Cayrol Stéphane Cayrol ... Charles, l'invité de Muriel
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

23 January 2008 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

En visite See more »

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Dolby SR

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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Hallelujah
excerpt from "The Messaiah" HWV6
Composed by George Frideric Handel (as Georg Friedrich Händel)
(1742)
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Divine (web)
6 February 2015 | by leplatypusSee all my reviews

Honestly, i didn't expect much of this movie and it appears it's a great one finally. Sure, the story about lost lovers is the typical french depressive soup but Geraldine has an monumental part. Her Didine character really embodies all her qualities : a caring, soft, sexy woman. She seems fragile, sensible, very well educated and her distinctive, musical voice soothes you. Another good point of the movie is its choice of thematic : the helpers of old people. This is rather a taboo as their lives are usually not told, kept hidden and dismissed but here the movie asks the right question and offers a few answers. At last, the pace is rather dynamic, the scenes are a change from the bedroom conversations and the solitary walks. Once the movie begins, you don't want to left it. If it's a bit annoying to see Geraldine's lover played by her actual husband because it's the proof that French cinema is an aristocratic world, I would however recommend this movie as the proof that Geraldine is definitely one of the best french actress !


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