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Les jeux des nuages et de la pluie (2013)

Lost souls on a rainy night find love. Or not. An unpredictable story between madness and poetry, among Taiwanese, French and New Yorker.
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Cast

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Simon Yam ... Lao Sheng
Heling Li Heling Li ... Li Qin (as Li Heling)
Audrey Dana ... Ninon
John Mc Lean John Mc Lean ... Jones
Hiam Abbass ... Blanche
Alain Chamfort ... Simon
Hassam Ghancy ... Lamarque
Yucheng Sun Yucheng Sun ... Wang
Yves Pignot Yves Pignot ... Le directeur du théâtre
Bounsy Luang Phinith Bounsy Luang Phinith ... Le patron chinois
Vytas Kraujelis Vytas Kraujelis ... Le régisseur
Nathan Atlan Nathan Atlan ... Benoît
Raphaël Beauville Raphaël Beauville ... Roland
Marie Caillois Marie Caillois ... Employée pharmacie
Delphine Rich Delphine Rich ... La pharmacienne
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Lost souls on a rainy night find love. Or not. An unpredictable story between madness and poetry, among Taiwanese, French and New Yorker.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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France

Language:

French | Mandarin | English

Release Date:

9 January 2013 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Games of Clouds & Rain See more »

Filming Locations:

Dordogne, France See more »

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€2,000,000 (estimated)
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Color

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2.35 : 1
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Emotions without Borders
11 June 2015 | by Adrienna ZsakaySee all my reviews

Art gives us the option to look at life through different eyes and with that, hopefully, a different perspective. This movie aims to explain that when it comes to our emotions, language and cultural differences have no borders, we are all the same.

To help support this theme the director has made this movie in three different languages, French, English and Chinese. Whilst the basics of this movie is about intersections, and how our life can change when we inevitably come to one, as in life the outcomes can be surprising.

Like most independent movies the viewer does need to work, but not in the storytelling, only in the context of the emotions and our expression of them. Does language really matter when one is angry? Or frustrated? Or in love? How we express ourselves emotionally does transcend borders, and when you add in a series of coincidences vis-a-vis these intersections, the endings are not always predicable.

Highly recommend a second viewing to catch all the nuances.


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