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Let's Talk About the Rain

Let's Talk About the Rain

Let's Talk About the Rain

cast: Agnès Jaoui, Jean-Pierre Bacri, Jamel Debbouze

year: 2008

colour: yes


director: Agnès Jaoui

runtime: 100

Agathe Villanova is a feminist and recent entrant to the political scene. She returns to her childhood home in the South of France to spend ten days helping her sister Florence sort out their mother’s affairs following her death a year earlier. Agathe doesn’t like the region and left it as soon as she could, but for reasons of gender balance in electoral lists, she’s been sent there back there for the next elections. The house is home to Florence, her husband and her children. There is also Mimouna, the housekeeper whom the Villanovas brought back from Algeria when it became independent. Mimouna’s son, Karim, and his friend Michel Ronsard decide to make a documentary about Agathe Villanova, for a series of programmes on “Successful Women”. It’s August. It’s grey and it’s raining. It’s not normal. But then again, nothing is normal... Trailers:


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