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Forget Me (1994)

Oublie-moi (original title)
Nathalie is together with Antoine, who really loves her, despite of her obvious tendency to get away from him. Eric, the former partner of Nathalie, does not want to be with her anymore, ... See full summary »

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Noémie Lvovsky
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Cast

Credited cast:
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi ... Nathalie
Emmanuelle Devos ... Christelle
Laurent Grévill Laurent Grévill ... Eric
Emmanuel Salinger Emmanuel Salinger ... Antoine
Philippe Torreton ... Fabrice
Olivier Pinalie Olivier Pinalie ... Denis
Jacques Nolot
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Kristina Larsen Kristina Larsen
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Nathalie is together with Antoine, who really loves her, despite of her obvious tendency to get away from him. Eric, the former partner of Nathalie, does not want to be with her anymore, but she can not accept this. In her dispair she tortures herself, Antoine, and Eric. She even suggests Eric to get married. However, she must accept that things are as they are, even if you don't like it, and finally tries to get back to Antoine. Written by Erik Wilde <wilde@tik.ee.ethz.ch>

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

25 January 1995 (France) See more »

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Forget Me See more »

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Les Films Alain Sarde See more »
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Color

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1.66 : 1
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References Splitting Heirs (1993) See more »

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Forget Moi

Ever heard of Roman Polanski's film 'Repulsion'? In it Catherine Deneuve plays an insanely attractive unused-looking young insane woman who attracts people although she can't stand people, especially men and their physical touch. Now 'Oublie-moi' is about an insanely needy woman (in need of physical contact with men) who is a bit rougher-looking than Deneuve but nevertheless channels Deneuve's 'Repulsion' character. She doesn't really have a problem attracting men, her problem is that for some reason she can't stand being loved and desired but can't stand being alone either which result in her feeling either lonely because of rejection or in feeling too wanted by a certain person to want to be with him. One way or the other a relationship with that woman can't work, she is doomed. And so she goes through a series of odd sexual adventures à la Harvey Keitel in 'Bad Lieutenant' (in whose case it wasn't just sex, of course). Sort of a strange comparison but that's what I was reminded of and his character too was desperate and not exactly right in the head. The movie starts off like a typical French art-house love triangle drama with a whole lot of talking and "nothing happening" which would have been fine enough by me, I generally like such talky crap with the characters' constant reminiscing about love and life, but gradually I realized that this woman was pretty twisted. Then there was another movie I was reminded of, Cronenberg's 'Crash'. Why, because of the moody music. The visuals are utterly bland but the music does the trick.


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