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Respire (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama | 11 September 2015 (USA)
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Respire is a movie starring Joséphine Japy, Lou de Laâge, and Isabelle Carré. Charlie is an average French suburban teenager, but when she becomes fast friends with Sarah, the rebellious new girl at school, she discovers there's nothing average about how she feels.

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Joséphine Japy ... Charlie
... Sarah
... Vanessa - la mère de Charlie
Claire Keim ... Laura
... Le père de Charlie (as Sasha Bukvic)
... Victoire
Thomas Solivérès ... Gastine (as Thomas Solivéres)
Camille Claris ... Delphine
Louka Meliava ... Lucas
Louise Grinberg ... Louise
Fanny Sidney ... Isa
... Marie
Carole Franck ... La mère de Sarah
Alejandro Albarracín ... Esteban
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It is tale of two teenage girls who develop an intense and dangerous friendship. Charlie is a 17-year-old girl tortured by doubt, disillusionment and solitude. When the beautiful and self-confident Sarah arrives and the two become inseparable, Charlie is thrilled to feel alive, fulfilled and invincible in their intense friendship. But as Sarah tires of Charlie and begins to look elsewhere for a new friend, their friendship takes an ominous turn. Written by Mon

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Opening Weekend USA:

$5,063, 13 September 2015, Limited Release

Gross USA:

$42,297, 13 December 2015
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Intense stuff
23 December 2015 | by See all my reviews

A classroom discussion on passion, right at the beginning of the movie, gives an indication of what's to follow. Passion in excess is dangerous says the teacher, in response to our lead character's question, but alas, passion by it's very nature is prone to excess. Controlled passion is near impossible. So it is with our introverted self-controlled, studious heroine, who tries to bring her feelings for her classmate under control. But the other girl just won't let her be, not knowing low close to the edge she's pushing things. The French students in this movie make for a refreshing change from the way high school students are depicted in Hollywood movies. Here, they are fairly mature, intelligent, interested in their studies, never bullying, certainly not hyper sexed. Why haven't I given it a 10? Well, as another reviewer said, you do wonder at times during the movie what the point of it all is...


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