The song "J'aime Japan" (I love Japan) which Amelie sings in the film is a parody of "J'aime la vie" (I love life), the theme with which Belgium won the Eurovision Song Contest in 1986, performed by Sandra Kim. See more »
Rinri, show me more things that I don't see.
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This one was a strange film. As far as films' ending go it went nowhere. It not only went nowhere they do not offer a rhyme or reason for it not going anywhere.
With that said, the beginning and middle were not good either. The 'girl' looked like a boy and I was waiting for the other show to drop and 'she' reveals herself as a he. Then she took her clothes off and it was revealed that she was indeed a she. Still, as mention, the story has no payoff.
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