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Reviewed In Issue 82 (Mar 2004) Of Widescreen Review®
Jeremy Irons, Patricia Kaas, Thierry Lhermitte, Alessandra Martines, Jean-Marie Bigard, Ticky Holgado, Yvan Attal, Amidou, Sylvie Loeillet, Constantin Alexandrov, Stephane Ferrara, Samuel Labarthe, Paul Freeman, Souad Amidou, Laura Mayne-Kerbrat, Greg Reznik, Charles Gerard, Nicholas Jones, Nabil Massad, Mouna Fetou, Patrick Braoud
After Valentin (Irons), a clever thief, gets away with millions from yet another jewelry store, he decides to leave his life and wife for awhile and get away. And Now he decides is the time to buy a boat and travel the high seas. Arriving in Morocco, on his boat Ladies And Gentlemen the disoriented Valentin is fascinated by Jane (Kaas), a despondent jazz singer, whom he goes out of his way to get to know. With the police not far behind him, Valentin starts a relationship with Jane that is born from a deep emptiness in the two lost souls. (Tricia Littrell)
The stylized 2.35:1-framed DVD picture is anamorphically enhanced and exhibits a bright, slightly
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