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God Is Great and I'm Not Details

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The star of Jean-Pierre Jeunet's 2001 hit Amélie, Audrey Tautou is cast in this romantic comedy as Michèle, a 20-year-old model who has just broken up with her boyfriend and is mired in an identity crisis. Although her life appears to be full, she is convinced something is missing, and thus sets out on a mission to inject a bit of spirituality into her life, donning a bindi and dabbling with Buddha. Along the way, she meets François (Edouard Baer), a veterinarian and non-practicing Jew. Before François has time to exclaim "Oy, vey," Michèle is studying the Torah, festooning François' front door with a mezuzah, and asking to meet his parents. Unsurprisingly, this creates some tension between the two, particularly as what initially seemed a passing interest on Michèle's part soon resembles a somewhat disturbing obsession. ~ Rebecca Flint Marx, Rovi

  • Release date:November 8, 2002

Cast

Audrey Tautou
as Michèle
Edouard Baer
as François
Julie Depardieu
as Valerie
Catherine Jacob
as Evelyne
Philippe Laudenbach
as Jean
Cathy Verney
as Florence
Anna Koch
as Regine
Max Tzwangue
as Simon
Mathieu Demy
as Bertrand
Atmen Kelif
as Ali

Crew

Pascale Bailly
Director
Alain Sarde
Producer
Georges Benayoun
Producer
Alain Tasma
Screenwriter
Pascale Bailly
Screenwriter
Stephane Malca
Composer (Music Score)
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