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En avoir (ou pas) (1995)

Alice, fired from her job on an assembly line, leaves her boyfriend and provincial home for an uncertain new life in Lyon. There she encounters Bruno, a construction worker who's just been ... See full summary »

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4 wins & 1 nomination. See more awards »

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Alice
Arnaud Giovaninetti ...
Bruno
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Joseph
Jean-Michel Fête ...
Travelling Salesman
Didier Flamand ...
Personnel Officer
Daniel Kiberlain ...
Alice's Father
Lise Lamétrie ...
Annette
Laetitia Palermo ...
Helene
Thierry Rode ...
Factory Manager
Nathalie Villeneuve ...
Christelle
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Alice's Mother
Mehdi Belhaj Kacem ...
Novel Writer (as Medhi Ballaj Kharem)
Karine Brebel
Sophie Brimeux
Stéphanie Butel
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Alice, fired from her job on an assembly line, leaves her boyfriend and provincial home for an uncertain new life in Lyon. There she encounters Bruno, a construction worker who's just been dumped and is severely depressed. Romantic possibilities ensue. Written by Mike D'Angelo <mqd8478@is2.nyu.edu>

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27 December 1995 (France)  »

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I would have been glad to use viewing-time for something else
1 September 1999 | by (Montréal) – See all my reviews

What's is it getting at? I don't know. Maybe I'm too old for this. I'd be glad to read comments from viewer in his 20'. Kiberlain, jobless teams-up with punk, splits, re-unite, finds a job. Get money for sex with a married middle-aged civil servant at the employment office, moves-in and on and on. Is it really what cinema was meant to be? A useless film I'd have forgotten by now if I didn't take notes.


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