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A Lost Man (Un Homme Perdu)

Dir: Danielle Arbid. Fr. 2007. 97 mins. Somewhere, buried deep down this pseudo-road movie that moves round in circles, there is a burning issue begging to be explored. All the more pity that Danielle Arbid never actually comes to grips with it, though it is pretty obvious the relations between the two protagonists, one French (Melvil Poupaud) the other Lebanese (Alexander Siddig), are supposed to reflect in some manner the unbearable difficulty of the relations ...

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