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To Each, Her Own (2018)

Les goûts et les couleurs (original title)
TV-MA | | Comedy | 24 June 2018 (USA)
Simone plans to inform her conservative Jewish family that she's a lesbian, but as she proceeds with coming out she finds herself attracted to a man.

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Myriam Aziza
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Stern Sarah Stern ... Simone Benloulou
Jean-Christophe Folly ... Wali
Julia Piaton ... Claire
Catherine Jacob ... Noëlle Benloulou
Richard Berry ... Norbert Benloulou
Arié Elmaleh ... David Benloulou
Clémentine Poidatz ... Géraldine
Stéphane Debac ... Eric Taieb
David Houri David Houri ... Kévin
Lionel Lingelser ... Kevin
Marina Tomé Marina Tomé ... Joss
Keren Marciano Keren Marciano ... Keren
Yoli Fuller ... Moussa
Tatiana Rojo Tatiana Rojo ... Tante de Wali
Raymond Dikoumé Raymond Dikoumé ... Babacar
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Simone plans to inform her conservative Jewish family that she's a lesbian, but as she proceeds with coming out she finds herself attracted to a man.

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Comedy

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

24 June 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

To Each, Her Own See more »

Filming Locations:

Sèvres, Hauts-de-Seine, France See more »

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Incognita Films See more »
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Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Good French movie among a lot of american trash rated 10/10
19 August 2018 | by daamerivaSee all my reviews

I think this is a nice little movie to watch without too many expectations: personally I found it a lot better than the average American comedy. I found interesting that, apart from the plot that is a bit surreal, they depicted the life of average European people in an European environment. A French Jewish family, a French-senegalese chef that is divided between an emancipated life and career and his family that wants to marry him to a Senegalese girl. I think that not everything has to be black or white, religion and sexuality for example can have a lot of shades. It's easier to see them in black or white but not everything can be described with a color or with a shade that already exists. Anyway, the plot is still a bit surreal, but it's a movie! A comedy! Come on! I think it's really enjoyable and Jean-Christophe Folly is superb


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