Café de Flore

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User review rating: 4 March 23, 2012

original and memorable love story

User review rating: 1 February 28, 2012

two mediocre movies` that had no discernable connection, two completely separate and confused stories. thankfully it was 5$ tuesday. still not worth the money. disapointment from crazy studio which is usually top notch entertaiment. not here"

User review rating: 5 December 04, 2011

Visually beautiful and affective love story!

User review rating: 4 November 10, 2011


User review rating: 5 November 10, 2011

Amazing story about life, love, and soul mates. Challenges you to live your life to the fullest!

User review rating: 3 November 06, 2011


User review rating: 3 October 24, 2011

Café de Flore Jean-Marc Vallée has created another magnificent piece of cinematic gratification with top-notch performances and fabulous backdrop music. The film engages the viewer in two parallel stories. The central story situated in present-day Montreal revolves around the split of hotshot star DJ Antoine (Kevin Parent) and Carole (Hélène Florent) neither of whom has come to terms with their break-up evidenced through a guilt ridden new relationship and the torment of bizarre dreams. The secondary narrative set in the late 60’s in Paris takes a glimpse into the life of Jacqueline (Vanessa Paradis), a single mother obsessed with protecting and raising a child with Down’s syndrome. Throu

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