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À boire is a french film of genre Comedy directed by Marion Vernoux with Emmanuelle Béart

À boire (2004)

À boire
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Length 1h30
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OriginFrance
Genres Comedy
Rating46% 2.3021852.3021852.3021852.3021852.302185

À boire est un film français réalisé par Marion Vernoux, sorti en 2004.

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Inès Larue vient de se faire larguer avec une note d'hôtel de 12 000 euros, Pierre-Marie Archambault est un médecin alcoolique en cure de sevrage, Seb Abd Al Abbas a un bras cassé et ses vacances sont à l'eau. Trois personnages coincés dans le froid d'une station de ski, et qui auraient bien besoin d'un petit verre…

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