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Nationale 7 (2000)

A sexual revolution starts in an internment center when an empathetic caretaker takes seriously the claim of a quadriplegic rude and nasty man to visit a prostitute. Should we all be granted sexual rights?

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Nadia Kaci ...
Julie
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René
Lionel Abelanski ...
Roland
Chantal Neuwirth ...
Sandrine
Gérald Thomassin ...
Jean-Louis
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Rabah
Nadine Marcovici ...
Florèle
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Jacques,le psy
Isabelle Mazin ...
Solange
Jean-Claude Frissung ...
Le directeur
François Sinapi ...
Gilbert la pére
Franck Desmaroux ...
François
Manuela Gourary ...
La prostitute 2
Gilia Pallas ...
La femme 'chemin' (as Gillia Palas)
Jacques Bondoux ...
Christian
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A sexual revolution starts in an internment center when an empathetic caretaker takes seriously the claim of a quadriplegic rude and nasty man to visit a prostitute. Should we all be granted sexual rights?

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6 December 2000 (France)  »

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La terapia del placer  »

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Il mio rifugio
Music by François Bernheim
Lyrics by Riccardo Cocciante
Performed by Riccardo Cocciante
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Training Tool?
30 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

Despite what seemed like a very crass ending, I did actually really enjoy this film. I would have liked to see the film deal more with some of the more harsh realities that people face however a very good job nevertheless. I would like to be able to use it as a training tool and wonder if anyone has any notion of how I may obtain a copy?


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