Actors: André Dussollier, Michel Boujenah, Roland Giraud, Madeleine Besson, Line Renaud
|Review Summary and Plot Commentary about 18 Years Later|
|18 ANS APRES (18 years later) is a film written and directed by the French director Coline Serreau in 2003. The movie is the sequel of "Three Men and a Cradle (1985)" with the same actors.
Marie is 18 now and has to pass her final exams. She still lives in Paris with her three fathers -Pierre, Michel and Jacques- who have dedicated their lives to her. Marie's mother comes from the U.S.A. with her new husband and his two sons. Everybody will stay a few weeks in the French countryside. As Marie falls in love with one of the American boys, her "fathers" become anxious, because they can't imagine life without Marie.
--Daniel Staebler, Resident Scholar
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|Analysis of 18 Years Later|
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Time/era of movie:
- present (2000-2010)
Special relationship with
- brunette (Brown)
- (man) short/standard straight
- (man) average
How sensitive is this character?
- middling sensitive to others' feelings
- Average intelligence
- average physique
Secondary Main Character
- brunette (Brown)
- (woman) medium/shoulderlgn curly
- (woman) average
How much in movie?
- swimming on
Accounts of torture and death?
- no torture/death
Movie makes you feel...
- very happy
Sex/nudity in movie?
What kind of sex:
- vague references only
- Occasional swearing
If lots of song/dance...
- lot of dancing
If soundtrack VERY NOTICEABLE...
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