The mayor of Lyon is in existential crisis. After 30 years in politics, he feels totally empty and devoid of ideas. As a fix for this problem, his aides bring a brilliant young philosopher, into his inner circle.
After 20 years of marriage, Maria decides to leave. She moves to the room 212 of the hotel opposite her marital home. From there, Maria can scrutinize her apartment, her husband, her wedding. She wonders if she has made the right decision.
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Frank, a man of action who worked his way up all by himself, dedicates his life to work. No matter the place or the circumstances, be it day or night, he's on the phone, handling the cargo ... See full summary »
Pierre is 25 when he returns from Wyoming to find Claire his fiancée and take over the family farm. Twenty years later, the farm expanded, so did the family. It's the time of happy days, at... See full summary »
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The mayor of Lyon, Paul Théraneau, is in a delicate position. After 30 years in politics, he is running out of ideas, feeling like an existential emptiness. To overcome this, Paul hires a young and brilliant philosopher, Alice Heimann. Then follows a dialogue between two diametrically opposed personalities who will turn their certainties upside down.Written by
When the motorcade leaves for the plaque inauguration, it looks like they're going north along the Rhône from the city hall, then they're going south along the Rhône (the Incity building is visible on the left) and they end up on the slopes of Croix-Rousse, which is north of city hall. See more »
I've enjoyed Fabrice Lucchini in a lot of movies, which is why I went to see this one. He does his usual fine job of creating a character. But the story didn't much interest me, and most of the rest of the characters were very formulaic. The speech the the mayor and his female assistant near the end of the movie was enthralling - a "why can't we have that sort of candidate" moment - but I don't know that it justified sitting through the rest of the movie.
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