C'est Pas Moi, Je le Jure! (It's Not Me, I Swear!) Reviews
Leon is not happy for their parents' everyday fights. He thinks he can stop it if some distracting thing happened them around. So decides to try with the dangerous game and make them to blame for it. But everything he attempted goes terribly wrong and one day he also loses his beloved one. Then is main focus turn to bring her back. While preparing for it, he falls in love for a neighbour girl. The mischievous boy with the series of unsuccessful event can turn everything back on track is what explained till the end.
''It's better not to lie,
but it's worse to lie badly.''
This was the movie like I desired for. An interesting and playful character is what we expect most from a kid role in an entertaining movie. The story also conveys parental negligence over kids with unorthodox character. As the story set in the late 60s, the atmosphere was flawless and looked surreal. Everyone played well, father, mother, brother and so the girl. One of the unforgettable children's movies if you are a fan of this genre. I am not going to disclose how the story ends, but I will be happy if a sequel explains a few things, especially the romance. With the existing end and a beautiful dialogue before the credits roll up I don't know why I thought of a follow-up. Maybe I am so excited to see Leon again because he was so awesome.
É um filme ao estilo de "Meu Primeiro Amor", mas falado em língua francesa. É poético, doce e que desperta a Léa e o Léon que há dentro de todos nós.
Characters are constructed beautifully and everything about this movie is perfect, even down to the score, written by Patrick Watson.
Five stars, not a doubt in my mind. If you don't watch this movie, you are seriously missing out.
- berbohong itu tidak baik,
tapi lebih tidak baik lagi kalo berbohong dengan buruk
- kalau berbohong, harus pertahankan ceritamu