Ensemble, c’est tout (2007)



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Titolo originale: Ensemble, c'est tout–>
Genere: Drammatico, Romantico–>
Durata: 97–>
Nazione: France–>
Regia:
  • Claude Berri

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Scritto da:

  • Claude Berri
  • Anna Gavalda (romanzo)

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Produzione:

  • Claude Berri (regista)
  • Pierre Grunstein (produttore associato)
  • Nathalie Rheims (produttore associato)

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Musiche:

  • Frédéric Botton

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Trama del film:(non disponibile)–>



  
 
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1 Comment

  1.  

    Philby-3 said

    February 27 2012 @ 10:26

    I liked this film. The French formula for romantic comedy doesn't
    depend on the characters being rich, young and handsome, an opulent
    setting , and no old people (except for very minor characters). French
    directors find romance in the humbler areas of Paris as well as the
    flashier parts. Camille (Audrey Tautou), an art school dropout, works
    as a cleaner, or "surface engineer" as she likes to be called. She
    lives in a garret in the same old apartment building as Philibert
    (Laurent Stocker), who is young and good-looking, but is the French
    equivalent of a dim gentleman. Philibert sells postcards for a living.
    Notwithstanding a stutter, he aspires to a career on the stage. He
    shares his rather grand but dowdy apartment, his grandmother's former
    home, with the gruff Franck (Guillaume Canet), a womanizing chef.
    Franck is pre-occupied with looking after his elderly grandmother
    Paulette (Francoise Bertin), who is hospitalized after a fall. When
    Camille falls ill Philibert invites Camille to convalesce at his place.
    Soon she is striking sparks off grumpy old Franck.

    Philibert isn't gay; it's just that his romantic interests lie
    elsewhere. It is Pauline who draws Franck and Camille together. The
    French title "Ensemble C'est Tout" ("Together, That's All") says it
    all, really. (I haven't a clue what this film has to do with hunting
    and gathering).

    Audrey Tautou has just about got the market for sexy French waifs sewn
    up. I've seen her in several other films and her performances are
    similar. Guillaume Canet lets us see his gruff chef's soft side and
    Francoise Bertin also evokes sympathy for someone made tiresome by old
    age. The part of Philibert's love interest Aurelia is severely
    truncated (the result of putting a 600 page novel into 100 minutes of
    film). This also tends to sideline Philibert later in the film.

    I very much liked Jean de Floriet and Manon des Sources, directed by
    Claude Berri 20 years ago (two other literary adaptations). He is a
    very conservative, straightforward director, but he can produce some
    very vivid work. One very touching scene here is when Philibert goes to
    a speech therapist to cure his stutter. The therapist, Phillipe van
    Eeckhout, is one in real life and treated Berri after a recent stroke
    damaged his speaking ability.

    So, we have no glamorous stars (though Audrey Tautou is big in France)
    and no shimmering background. But it's a warm-hearted story with some
    real emotion and, dare I say it, a happy ending. And here's something
    for the nit-pickers. Franck would never have got to London from the
    Gare du Lyon (except via the connecting suburban RER line). Paris -
    London trains leave from the magnificent Gare du Nord. But who cares?

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