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by Cédric Klapisch


France, a factory worker, lives with her three daughters in Dunkirk, in northern France. The factory she worked at has closed, leaving France and all of her workmates without a job. She decides to go to Paris to look for work. She enrols in a training course to become a cleaner and soon finds a job at the home of a man whose world is radically different from her own. The man, named Steve, is a successful trader working between the City of London and the Defense district of Paris. These two individuals' paths cross, bringing France in contact with people who live a life of luxury, until she discovers that this attractive and likeable man is partly responsible for the closure of the factory where she used to work.

original title: Ma part du gâteau
country: France
year: 2011
genre: fiction
directed by: Cédric Klapisch
film run: 109'
release date: FR 16/03/2011, BE 23/03/2011
screenplay: Cédric Klapisch
cast: Karin Viard, Gilles Lellouche, Audrey Lamy, Jean-Pierre Martins, Zinedine Soualem, Raphaële Godin, Fred Ulysse, Kevin Bishop
cinematography by: Christophe Beaucarne
film editing: Francine Sandberg
costumes designer: Anne Schotte
music: Loïc Dury
producer: Bruno Levy
production: Ce qui me meut Motion Picture, Move Movie
distributor: StudioCanal, Cinéart
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