Aglaé Lanctot, 25-years-old, is as insecure as can be. As a result of being 'brought up' by an irresponsible mother and by an absent father, she can now find her balance only in a ...
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Aglaé Lanctot, 25-years-old, is as insecure as can be. As a result of being 'brought up' by an irresponsible mother and by an absent father, she can now find her balance only in a methodical life and a regular, well-defined job. For instance in being the most perfectionist vehicle crash test worker ever. So imagine her dismay when she learns that her factory is going to be relocated - in India. Losing such a structuring job is simply inconceivable. So much so that when Aglaé is offered to hold the same position but thousands of miles away from home, with pay cut and without the least social benefits, she - accepts. A few days later, Aglaé hits the road in an old Citroën Visa, accompanied by her two friends and co-workers Liette and Marcelle who, for reasons of their own, have decided to follow her example.Written by
I thoroughly enjoyed this French offering, it was very relaxing and easy to watch on a very hot day.
It is a beautiful story of one girls road trip from France to India set in some of the most incredible scenery imaginable with the cinematography to match and outstanding acting particularly from India Hair who played her role to perfection. I was lucky enough to obtain a perfectly subtitled version in English which didn't take anything away from the movie as subtitles often do and it will definately sit in my must watch list.
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