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Sense of Humor (2013)

Le sens de l'humour (original title)
Elise, who works as a lecturer in a major Parisian museum, lives alone with Leo, her ten-year-old son. Her husband, Leo's father, has been dead a long while. She is having a love affair ... See full summary »

Director:

Marilyne Canto

Writers:

Marilyne Canto (scenario), Maud Ameline (in collaboration with)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Marilyne Canto ... Elise
Antoine Chappey Antoine Chappey ... Paul
Samson Dajczman Samson Dajczman ... Léo
Jules Ritmanic Jules Ritmanic ... Le jeune homme
Jean-Marie Chappey Jean-Marie Chappey ... Alex
Félix Kiritzé-Topor Félix Kiritzé-Topor ... Enfant supermarché
Astrid Adverbe Astrid Adverbe ... Mère supermarché
Jean-Luc Lucas Jean-Luc Lucas ... Le client aux puces
Christine Gagnieux Christine Gagnieux ... Femme bar de nuit
Théa Lambours Théa Lambours ... La copine du jeune homme
Adrien Benassayag Adrien Benassayag ... Le copain de Max
Michel Verleyen Michel Verleyen ... Le brocanteur
Michèle Boudès-Roudil Michèle Boudès-Roudil ... Femme laboratoire d'analyses
Anne Azoulay Anne Azoulay ... Marine
Philippe Dusseau Philippe Dusseau ... L'anesthésiste
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Elise, who works as a lecturer in a major Parisian museum, lives alone with Leo, her ten-year-old son. Her husband, Leo's father, has been dead a long while. She is having a love affair with a man named Paul. Their relationship is chaotic. Her attraction to him is only matched by her violent need to push him away. As for Paul and Leo, they get to know one another over time. Written by Anonymous

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son | f rated | divorcee | paris france | See All (4) »

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Drama | Romance

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

26 February 2014 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

le Sens de l' humour See more »

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Color

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1.85 : 1
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Soundtracks

Dido and Aeneas: Overture
Music by Henry Purcell (as Purcell)
Performed by Oriana Consort Orchestra
Conducted by Alfred Deller
© public domain
(p) courtesy of Musical Concepts
www.musicalconcepts.net
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A comedy?
12 July 2014 | by audinosSee all my reviews

This movie is absolutely not recommended to a depressive person who is looking for laughing. The opposite effect would occur indeed. Long film which has nothing of a comedy, this movie does not fit in that category. It would fit more in the category boring/depressive/empty. If you want to lose one hour of your life, then this movie will fit perfectly the purpose. If you want to know how your taxes are used and finance intermittent show and turnips movies, here is a perfect example. So hard to write ten lines on a movie that tells nothing, learns nothing, is not fun at any moment. It will have watching it to swallow my anti depressants because the level is quite high.


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