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Ma Saison Preferee

Ma Saison Preferee ★★★ My Favorite Season 1993

Focuses on the intense relationship between a middle-aged brother (Auteuil) and sister (Deneuve). When the elderly Berthe (Villalonga) collapses, she goes to stay with daughter Emilie and her family, which provides Emilie with an excuse to invite her estranged brother Antoine for Christmas. It's a disaster with numerous family fights, that leads Emilie to declare her marriage over and to an eventual reapproachmont with Antoine. Film is divided into four parts, to coincide with the four seasons, beginning with autumn and ending with summer. French with subtitles. Deneuve and Auteuil reteamed for Techine's “Les Voleurs.” 124m/C VHS, DVD . FR Daniel Auteuil, Catherine Deneuve, Marthe Villalonga, Jean-Pierre Bouvier, Chiara Mastroianni, Anthony Prada, Carmen Chaplin; D: Andre Techine; W: Andre Techine; C: Thierry Arbogast; M: Philippe Sarde.

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