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A funny, provocative and deeper than meets the eye first movie
This is a the ferocious tale of a vain real estate agent (played by Jonhathan Zaccai) living in a an upscale suburban neighborhood who experiences a painful mishap that will cause him to explore the depths of his own emptiness. A true initiatory journey that examines, among others, the theme of the meaning of life with a good dose of refreshing causticity.
I enjoyed Je te survivrai a lot. It has a good sense of tempo, great lines, the two main characters and some of the supporting roles that are just too good to be true + a not so shallow standpoint on the meaning of life with a pinch of do-the-right-thing dilemma. Definitely worth seeing ! The only small reservation I would have was about the accuracy of accents which is really only noticeable by natives, so should not be a hurdle.
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