When Camille (Audrey Tautou) falls ill, she is forced to live with Philibert and Franck (Guillaume Canet). A moving trio story.

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Claude Berri

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Claude Berri (dialogue), Claude Berri (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Audrey Tautou ... Camille
Guillaume Canet ... Franck
Laurent Stocker ... Philibert
Françoise Bertin Françoise Bertin ... Paulette
Alain Sachs Alain Sachs ... Medecin du travail
Firmine Richard ... Mamadou
Béatrice Michel Béatrice Michel ... Carine (as Beatrice Michel)
Kahena Saighi Kahena Saighi ... Samia
Hélène Surgère ... Yvonne (as Helene Surgere)
Alain Stern Alain Stern ... Chef restaurant
Halima Guizani Halima Guizani ... Infirmière
Juliette Arnaud Juliette Arnaud ... Aurélia
Danièle Lebrun ... Mère de Camille (as Daniele Lebrun)
Li-Ting Huang Li-Ting Huang ... Serveuse
Madeleine Cofano Madeleine Cofano ... Coiffeuse
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When Camille (Audrey Tautou) falls ill, she is forced to live with Philibert and Franck (Guillaume Canet). A moving trio story.

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Love might be closer than you think.

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Drama | Romance

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Charlotte Gainsbourg was originally cast as Camille. See more »

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Happy birthday to you
(1893)
Written by Patty S. Hill and Mildred J. Hill
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Excellent main actors, awful and boring movie
11 August 2011 | by realyogsotothSee all my reviews

The good:

  • Excellent actor performance concerning 3 of the 4 main actors. Aurelie Tautou was just good but not excellent. - The people in the story are kind of sympathetic.


The bad:

Everything else. First, when I watch a movie, I don't want to think about how the movie is done. About, is the acting is good. I just want to enter into the movie. Live the experience with the people I see. Or if you want to make a movie in order to think to something, just do a dreaming-like movie à la David Lynch.

The realization of this movie is simply horrible. When you watch this movie, you think about the camera movement. Terrible as in bad TV french series with small budget.

Actors: Main actor are very good. But for almost each second role, the acting is just plain bad. In the first 10 minutes of the movies, I noticed at least two actors (second role) that were very _bad_. I believe I am a very nice public. Even mid-good actor can make the trick with me. But, this time it was like: we play like if we were in a theater not in real life nor movie. May be this impression is only in VO (French).

Concerning the story: I don't dislike slow movies in general. I love Japanese very long movies where nothing occurs for 1 minutes on the screen. But when this kind of thing occurs in slow movies, in general this is for a good reason. There is a "hidden" message or at least a stunning view. In this movie, there is nothing like that. The number of scene that could be trashed is simply enormous.

But this one was just completely boring. There is no plot. This is not a joke. There really is no surprise in the entire movie. No "action", no changing "event". The most vivid moment of the entire movie is when Camille (Aurelie Tautou) drop a radio by a window because she is angry. The rest of the story, is something you can see every day.

The message: "Socialize and you will live better". OK, I get it. I didn't need a complete movie with this only one message.

In conclusion:

If I was alone, I wouldn't have watched this movie until the end. Even if the character are attaching and the actors are excellent, this is just not enough to save this movie. There are so many realization errors that I was "pop out" of this movie too much.


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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

21 March 2007 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Enfim, Juntos See more »

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$31,927,276
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| (European Film Market)

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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