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Certainly it's a much warmer arrangement than anything Camille and Philibert knew when they were growing up and Camille begins to entertain the thought that eating for enjoyment may not be such a bad idea, after all.
Anna Gavalda's novel, on which veteran writer-director Claude Berri based his screenplay, has been a huge success in France, as has the film.
Her subsequent roles in the 1990s and 2000s included Le Libertin and Happenstance (2000).
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Gavalda has said that in creating Paulette, she was inspired by the many elderly people who died alone and uncared-for in the French heatwave of four summers ago, which is a potentially risky premise on which to build a fully functioning characterisation.
His is one of those broad, trustworthy faces with a strong nose and a gaze that can accommodate humour and melancholy at the same time.