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QUELQUE CHOSE À TE DIRE

by Cécile Telerman

synopsis

The Celliers are an ordinary family: they are all completely crazy. Mady, a radiant housewife and mother in her sixties, spends most of her time saying terrible things about her two daughters and husband, Henry, an odd, former company manager, who has been strangely regressing since his retirement. The eldest brother, Antoine, is a company director incapable of running a business, suffering bankruptcy after bankruptcy, while his sister Alice, between two abortions, compulsively paints depressive and drug-addicted madonnas. Meanwhile Annabelle, a nurse in an intensive care unit, tries desperately to save her nearest and dearest by reading cards to predict their future. Everything would turn out for the best for the Celliers, if Alice, feeling depressed one evening, didn’t "by chance" encounter Jacques, a solitary and disillusioned policeman, who upsets the well-oiled cogs of their family neuroses. Everything comes to a head... for better or for worse.

original title: Quelque chose à te dire
country: France
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Cécile Telerman
release date: FR 27/05/2009
screenplay: Jérôme Soubeyrand, Cécile Telerman
cast: Mathilde Seigner, Pascal Elbé, Olivier Marchal, Charlotte Rampling, Patrick Chesnais, Sophie Cattani, Marina Tomé
cinematography by: Robert Alazraki
film editing: Marie Castro
art director: André Fonsny
costumes designer: Laurence Esnault
music: Jacques Davidovici, Lucas Martinez, Patrick Morgenthaler
producer: Yann Gilbert
production: Les Films de la Greluche, TF1 Films Production, La Mouche du Coche Films, StudioCanal
distributor: StudioCanal
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