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more trailers He Loves Me… He Loves Me Not

Plot
A young woman who is in love with a married doctor becomes dangerous when her attempts to persuade him to leave his wife are unsuccessful. However, when things are seen from his point of view, the real situation becomes clear.

Release Year: 2002

Rating: 7.2/10 (10,676 voted)

Critic's Score: 63/100

Director: Laetitia Colombani

Stars: Audrey Tautou, Samuel Le Bihan, Isabelle Carré

Storyline
Angelique, a young student, is in love with a married doctor. We see her attempts to make him leave his pregnant wife, but he does not appear for meetings or finally the booked journey to Florence. Then the movie is turned back to the beginning, and the view changes: We are now following the view of the doctor instead of Angeliques. And things look quite different now...

Writers: Laetitia Colombani, Caroline Thivel

Cast:
Audrey Tautou - Angélique
Samuel Le Bihan - Loïc Le Garrec
Isabelle Carré - Rachel
Sophie Guillemin - Héloïse
Clément Sibony - David
Élodie Navarre - Anita
Eric Savin - Julien
Vania Vilers - Le commissaire
Michèle Garay - Claire Belmont
Catherine Cyler - Jeanne
Mathilde Blache - Léa
Charles Chevalier - Arthur
Michael Mourot - Jean-Louis, le kiné
Yannick Alnet - Jean Timbault
Nathalie Krebs - Sonia Jasmin

Taglines: Every love story has two sides.

Release Date: 27 March 2002

Filming Locations: Bordeaux, Gironde, France

Opening Weekend: €65,711 (Italy) (29 September 2002) (40 Screens)

Gross: $1,009,827 (USA) (20 July 2003)



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User Review

This was actually a GREAT FILM!

Rating: 9/10

I didn't know what to expect when I saw this. I'm an American living in France and my girlfriend is French and rents all the French movies for me. This is one of those mixed genre movies that actually works! Audrey Tautou is so charming and capable as an actress that she makes you root for her even when you know she's playing someone completely crazy. She's already the biggest, most successful actress here in France and she's going to get even bigger. She's got what it takes to play different characters and she shows that in this movie.

The director brilliantly pieces together the two halves of this movie and by the end, it is believable. We almost wanted to watch it again so we can catch the tricks but we didn't have time.

Anyway this is a great French treat and for those of you who liked Tautou in "Amelie" and "A Very Long Engagement" you're going to like her in this one too.









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