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Salaud, on t'aime (2014)

A war photographer and absent father, who spends more time taking care of his camera than his four daughters, enjoys a happy life in the Alps with his new girlfriend. But his life is turned... See full summary »

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Claude Lelouch

Writers:

Claude Lelouch (screenplay), Valérie Perrin (collaboration)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Johnny Hallyday ... Jacques Kaminsky
Sandrine Bonnaire ... Nathalie Béranger
Eddy Mitchell ... Frédéric Selman
Irène Jacob ... Printemps Kaminsky
Pauline Lefèvre ... Été Kaminsky
Sarah Kazemy ... Automne Kaminsky
Jenna Thiam ... Hiver Kaminsky
Agnès Soral ... Bianca Kaminsky
Isabelle de Hertogh Isabelle de Hertogh ... Isabelle
Valérie Kaprisky ... Francia
Rufus ... Le Ruf
Silvia Kahn Silvia Kahn ... Marie Selman
Antoine Duléry ... Le nouveau propriétaire
Jean-François Dérec Jean-François Dérec ... Le commissaire
Jacky Ido ... Jacky
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A war photographer and absent father, who spends more time taking care of his camera than his four daughters, enjoys a happy life in the Alps with his new girlfriend. But his life is turned upside down the day that his best friend tries to reconcilate him with his family by telling them a big lie. Written by lletaif

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Country:

France

Language:

French | Spanish

Release Date:

2 April 2014 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Parliamo delle mie donne See more »

Filming Locations:

Combloux, Haute-Savoie, France See more »

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€8,353,774 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital

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2.35 : 1
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Pretentious dribble...
18 August 2016 | by pierredaudelinSee all my reviews

The title could be translated to "Bastard, we love you", which I most certainly did not.

I was invited to see this film at the Montreal World Film Festival for it's North American premiere. I don't know what I was expecting but, knowing Lelouch, I should have known better. The film is less concerned about telling a story than showing off Lelouch's (wannabe) clever dialogue and ideas...

Lelouch here is trying so desperately to be original, he only ends up being a parody of himself. For instance, Jacques (the main character) Kaminsky's four daughters, which he conveniently had with four different women in four different seasons, end up inaptly named Printemps, Été, Automne and Hiver Kaminsky (Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter Kaminsky), I mean, really?

Never has Lelouch tested my patience so much, and trust me, he has, more than once, in the past. I don't know what the director was thinking, but did he really believe he would touch his audience by parading the main characters riches over and over again throughout the movie? The whole preposterous premise quickly becomes arrogant when the story reveals that Kaminsky purchased a multi-million dollar country house for the sole purpose of, perhaps, meeting again the real estate agent that showed it to him in the first place. And I'm not even mentioning the fourth daughter showing up in a helicopter out of the blue.

Avoid at all costs, or better yet, watch old reruns of "Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous" with good old Robin Leach, for more depth and character development...


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