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Friday, April 13, 2012

Little White Lies (Les Petits Mouchoirs) by Guillaume Canet, 2010

with François Cluzet (Paris, Tell No One, Intouchable), Marion Cotillard (Contagion, Midnight in Paris, Inception), Benoît Magimel (La Pianiste), Gilles Lellouche (Tell No One), Jean Dujardin (The Artist), Valerie Bonneton, Pascale Arbillot, Joël Dupuch, Anne Marivin, Louise Monot, Hocine Mérabet

When Max and Vero's friend is seriously injured in an accident, they choose to go ahead with a planned birthday celebration at their beach house -- an event that usually draws a convivial and happy crowd of friends.

From the same director as "Tell No One / Ne Le Dis A Personne", which was an amazing movie. I believe this one has a weaker story but it is more "French" in a way, friends reunion that is based on dialogues, acting and emotions. It is a simple story, reminds you of something familiar, just like you and your friends, could be anyone. The magic is that everyone can identify. And the casting is simply perfect, probably the best actors there are right now.


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