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Children of Love (2002)

Les enfants de l'amour (original title)
Not Rated | | Drama | 21 August 2002 (Belgium)
Shows us a weekend in the life of a family torn by disputes and disappointments.

Director:

Geoffrey Enthoven

Writer:

Geoffrey Enthoven (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Olivier Ythier Olivier Ythier ... Olivier
Winnie Vigilante Winnie Vigilante ... Winnie (as Winnifred Vigilante)
Michael Philpot Michael Philpot ... Michaël (as Michael Philpott)
Nathalie Stas Nathalie Stas ... Nathalie
Fauve De Loof Fauve De Loof ... Aurélie
Jean-Louis Leclercq Jean-Louis Leclercq ... Renaud
Georges A. Diemert Georges A. Diemert ... Collègue Brico Olivier (as Georges-Antoine Diemert)
Fanou Fanou ... Thérapeute
Cathy Devreker Cathy Devreker ... Cathy
Eliane Piedfort Eliane Piedfort ... Eliane
Diane Diane ... Le chien
Muriel Bersy Muriel Bersy ... Muriel
Anne Beaupain Anne Beaupain ... Lorette
Isabelle Legros Isabelle Legros ... Isabelle
David Quertigniez David Quertigniez ... Bernard
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"Les enfants de l'amour" shows us a weekend in the life of a family torn by disputes and dissapointments. The three children Michael, Winnie and Aurelie are the central characters. After two failed marriages, their mother Nathalie is on her own. The mother and the children are forced to adapt to the new situation; the fathers equally try to come to terms with what happened. The story starts Friday morning, the children are getting ready to visit their respective fathers for the weekend. In a documentary style, the film draws the portrait of these six complex characters who are dealing with questions of blame, loyalty and affection. Written by Hannelore Goossens

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Drama

Certificate:

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One Mother, Two Fathers, Three Children
5 February 2002 | by LeFreak-3See all my reviews

Being a personal friend of the producer I was invited to the premiere at the International Film Festival 2001 in Ghent, Belgium. When I first saw the movie, I had trouble staying awake .. i had worked that day for 8 hours behind a TV-camera and the combination of the heavy story, the sometimes erratic camera movements and the tiredness from work made it impossible to fairly judge the movie .. so I went to see it again a couple of days later, well rested. And then it was bingo, you really enjoy the characters, you don't mind the way it is filmed, and you wish at the end of the movie to see it again someday soon .. it has some pretty funny moments in it, and at some points in the movie you forget it's fiction and you really get the idea you're watching a documentary .. this is as close to real life you can get in the movies, and the actors do their job very very well, especially the children .. if you get a chance to see it, make sure you do .. but also make sure you are well rested!!


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Country:

Belgium

Language:

French

Release Date:

21 August 2002 (Belgium) See more »

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