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Shanghaï Blues, nouveau monde (2013)

Rémy, a young architect based in Paris, is sent to Shanghai to finish the construction of a concert venue, after a colleague in charge falls ill. Once his job is finished, he's to work in ... See full summary »

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Marine
Samuel Jouy ...
Xavier
Christophe Kourotchkine ...
Christophe
Yin Hang ...
Tao
Sifan Shao ...
Yu
Alexis Delafoy ...
Alex
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Joubert
Hélène Elt ...
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Thierry Frémont ...
Daniel
Stéphane Patanchan ...
Antoine
Cécile Ribault-Caillol ...
Sophie (as Cécile Ribault Caillol)
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Rémy, a young architect based in Paris, is sent to Shanghai to finish the construction of a concert venue, after a colleague in charge falls ill. Once his job is finished, he's to work in the company's new Shanghai agency for a three-year term. It's an assignment he can't refuse without the risk of losing his job, and a difficult one « to sell » to his wife. Marine is at first reluctant to give up everything and go with her husband and son to the ends of the earth, but she's finally persuaded to give the adventure a try. Settled in a village of the French Concession in Shanghai, the little family has to quickly adapt to a new way of life. With the help of Christophe, a French neighbor married to a Chinese woman, Xavier, a young night-club owner and a few other French expats, the family starts to find its feet. Written by filmaffinity.com

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3 May 2013 (France)  »

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Shanghai, wir kommen!  »

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