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Intouchables (2011). Dir. Olivier Nakache & Eric Toledano

Antoine (Grégoire Oestermann): “Fais attention: les gars des cités n’ont aucune pitié”

Philippe (François Cluzet): “C’est exactement ça, c’est ce que je veux: aucune pitié”  593 more words


Special Interest Review: The Intouchables

The Intouchables is written and directed by the team of Olivier Nakache and Eric Toledano about a rich quadriplegic man, Philippe (Francois Cluzet), who hires a man from the rough part of town, Driss (Omar Sy), to be his care-giver.  794 more words

Film Review

Un doctor en la campiña

El cine francés sigue en racha. Esta agradable película nos cuenta la historia de Jean-Pierre, un médico entrañable en un pueblo de Francia, que conoce y trata a sus pacientes de un modo personalizado, a la antigua usanza. 391 more words


Parlez-vous français? Maybe you're only a film away...

During my years as a French professor and tutor, I’ve made it a priority to share French films with my students on a regular basis. Not only because it is a welcome break from drilling the passé composé and the subjunctif, but also because I believe watching films in the target language is one of the best ways to learn how people actually  737 more words



A film by Thomas Lilti

Cast: François Cluzet, Marianne Denicourt, Christophe Odent

English tile: Irreplaceable .

The translation from the tile is really country doctor. Doctor-turned-director Thomas Lilti seems to be leading a one-man cinematic campaign highlighting the threats facing the French health system, basically there are many problems. 239 more words


Day 3: The Intouchables

And here is the first foreign film to appear in the challenge: The Intouchables from France!

I decided to watch this movie because someone had told me it was a great family film. 548 more words


Intouchables - 2011

The French film Intouchables is based on the biographic novel Le Second Souffle by Philippe Pozzo di Borgo. Philippe is an aristocrat who lives in a gorgeous mansion in the French capital Paris. 696 more words