La vie dissolue de Gérard Floque

La vie dissolue de Gérard Floque

On the day he loses his job in advertising agency, Gérard Floque returns home to find that his infant daughter has been arrested for drugs trafficking and his wife is having an affair with ...

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:85 minutes
  • Release:1987
  • Language:French
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:female nudity,  

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La vie dissolue de Gérard Floque torrent reviews

Gail A (ca) wrote: Interestingly presented reminisces of two concentration camp survirors. Modern day footage interspersed with historical footage and photographs. Well done.

Kevin C (br) wrote: Movie night with Iris.Same plot as first time out. Same script as well? Still good fun and you'll stick with it to the inevitable conclusion.

Christopher P (fr) wrote: starts off slow but really touches your heart at the end.

David T (kr) wrote: An original cool idea just held back by a low budget.

Ashwin K (nl) wrote: Do Not miss this movie , a dictionary in hindi film humour.

Heidi K (ag) wrote: The innocence of the Sissi trilogy is at the same time adorable and annoying. But the dresses... though actually I'm more in love with the costumes of the male characters!

Jacqueline T (jp) wrote: so there was no sex, pregnancy outside of marriage etc before now?? 1939 and our Ginger is taken to be the mother of an illigitamate child and David Niven wants to get inher pants as she is easy prey. All dressed up as a rom com. The Hayes commission were asleep and missed the sub plot. Fabulous acting on ALL levels. A must see!!!

jeroen v (nl) wrote: Muslim fundamentalist terrorism explained in easy bite-sized helpings for the mentally challenged American public complete with thriller elements and explosions to help it at the box office. Cheadle and Pearce are very good actors, and it's funny how their careers cross here as they are undoubtedly the two best actors in Hollywood today never to have starred in a major film. Time to switch agents guys. Question for the filmmaker: How on earth did Pearce and his colleague get from the plane in mid-air to the block of flats in Chicago in the same time as it took Cheadle to get there from the downtown park and why did he go to that park in the first place? To tell his girlfriend not to come looking for him and to forget about him? Back to script writing class boys.

Deke P (de) wrote: vaguely remember seeing this waybback then?