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Joueuse

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Michell

102 minutes very well spent!!!

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Jeanie

A very sweet and lovely French film with great acting! Five stars for this one!

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Sun

Immensely entertaining and thought-provoking on many levels.

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Monika

Loved this movie! Sandrine Bonnaire is magnificient - can't get enough of her smiling!!! Memories from another time...

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