Definitely worth seeing!

By spbuckler
Written April 25, 2015
I had no idea it was a sub-titled film, but the ads I'd seen for it looked really good. My friend thought it reminded her of the 80's movie "Dying Young" with Julia Roberts as a care taker of this young man that was going through chemotherapy. Hard to describe, but I laughed, cried, tense moments... great feel-good movie!
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the intouchables

By sempre al cinema
Written September 22, 2014
I went with my husband and a friend. We all liked it, it was moving, but entertaining at the same time, we laughed, they tried not to make the main character disability as the main focus of the movie, I recommend it.
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Fascinating French "blacvk" comedy

By wflamenbaum
Written December 28, 2014
It is an attention grabber from beginning to end - even though in some ways sad - how can an invalid's life not be somewhat sad - it is full of humor and bon homme
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The Intouchables

By adownnycrrcom
Written January 30, 2015
One of the finest movies I have seen in recent time. The movie is intelligent, moving without being maudlin and often funny. The acting overall is excellent as is the cinematography. I am very pleased to have seen it.
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Very funny, unusual movie

Written May 06, 2015
Extremely funny movie about how two disparate people end up helping each other. Only criticism I have is that the background of Driss, the companion and aide, could have been fleshed out some more. Otherwise, it's a wonderful film about how the spirit can overcome any disability, whether social or physical.
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