The Rendez-Vous of Déjà-Vu
La Fille du 14 Juillet
France, 2013, 88 minutes, SD
The Rendez-Vous of Déjà-Vu Synopsis

Hector meets Truquette on Bastille Day and becomes obsessed with seducing her. The plan is to get her to the seaside pronto. Pator is not complaining, especially if her friend Charlotte comes along for the ride. So off they go, down the country roads of a broke and broken France. Times are hard ! Suddenly the government cancels a month of summer. Everyone back to work! A wad of cash and two gun shots later, the group splits in two like France itself. But careering away from work in no way daunts the remaining trio, dead set on relocating the Bastille Girl and reveling in an endless summer.




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Reviewed by jeteli
There are times that I am at a loss and cannot fully grasp the queer actuations but I find this film unique and with unconventional methods that bring out the... more
There are times that I am at a loss and cannot fully grasp the queer actuations but I find this film unique and with unconventional methods that bring out the true comedic sense! The combination of the characters is an interesting study,  each has their own quirks and absurdities. Vincent Macaigne is a stand-out, I've seen him in another film, Age of Panic, and there's an unmistakable quality in him that tickles your funny bone. There are times that I feel I am watching a 50's or 60's film and traces of slapstick here and there. This road movie of sorts features interesting soundtracks like Mozart and Ennio Morricone and worth checking out for sure. 
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Reviewed by sharonmae
Genuinely entertained with this film! This could be what they call the French-style comedy genre; quirky, unpredictable and at times reminds me a bit of Charlie Chaplin moves and Jean... more
Genuinely entertained with this film! This could be what they call the French-style comedy genre; quirky, unpredictable and at times reminds me a bit of Charlie Chaplin moves and Jean Luc Godard films. The footages of the Bastille Day celebration shown on the earlier scenes while the story unfolds is engaging and unique.  Commendable portrayals by the cast most notably Vincent Macaigne and Vimala Pons as Truquette.  Check this out and for sure it will make your day! 
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  • there's an artsy element to this film that's  weirdly interesting.

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