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by Sophie Marceau


Justine and Richard have three children. After living together for fifteen years, Justine splits up with Richard. He moves into another apartment and accepts a job overseas. The separation period is steeped in the inertia caused by their past together and an uncertain future apart. The couple is assailed by memories and past events.
Christmas looms and a year has gone be since they last saw each other. Justine and the children still live in the same neighborhood and in the same building where Richard happens by one night.

international title: Speak to Me of Love
original title: Parlez-moi d'amour
country: France
sales agent: Wild Bunch International
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Sophie Marceau
film run: 98'
release date: FR 09/10/2002, CH 06/11/2002, IT 18/04/2003, HU 01/05/2003
screenplay: Sophie Marceau
cast: Niels Arestrup, Judith Godrèche, Anne Le Ny, Laurence Fevrier, Jean-Marie Frin
cinematography by: Emmanuel Machuel
film editing: Claudine Merlin
art director: Yves Fournier
costumes designer: Nathalie Raoul
music: Éric Neveux
production: Ciné Valse, Canal+, Les Films Alain Sarde
distributor: Mars Films Distribution, Frenetic Film (CH), Minerva (IT), Best Hollywood (HU)

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