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Je te survivrai (2014)

Forty year old Joe is a talented property broker, but a complete catastrophe as a family man and has a neighbor he can't stand. One day he does something he should never have done.

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... Joe
Ben Riga ... Blanche
... Dardan
... Mimi
... Kevin
Benoît Bertuzzo ... Jean-Bernard
Margot Ledoux ... Carole
Emma Dupont ... Emilie
Pierre Hendrickx ... Homme couple
Michelle Feda ... Paulette
Aylin Yay ... Voyante
Virginie Bustin ... Employée Paulette
Sébastien Waroquier ... Policier Champion
Manu Coeman ... Cycliste
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Forty year old Joe is a talented property broker, but a complete catastrophe as a family man and has a neighbor he can't stand. One day he does something he should never have done.

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28 May 2014 (Belgium)  »

Also Known As:

Cá Estarei Para o Teu Enterro  »

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€2,000,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The song that Joe is listening in his car is "Big In Japan" by Alphaville. See more »

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A funny, provocative and deeper than meets the eye first movie
15 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is a the ferocious tale of a vain real estate agent (played by Jonhathan Zaccai) living in a an upscale suburban neighborhood who experiences a painful mishap that will cause him to explore the depths of his own emptiness. A true initiatory journey that examines, among others, the theme of the meaning of life with a good dose of refreshing causticity.

I enjoyed Je te survivrai a lot. It has a good sense of tempo, great lines, the two main characters and some of the supporting roles that are just too good to be true + a not so shallow standpoint on the meaning of life with a pinch of do-the-right-thing dilemma. Definitely worth seeing ! The only small reservation I would have was about the accuracy of accents which is really only noticeable by natives, so should not be a hurdle.


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