Camille Redouble

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Abandoned by her lifelong love for a younger woman on New Year's Eve, 40-year-old struggling actress Camille awakens in a hospital bed as a 16-year-old girl again, and vows to save herself from the heartache that awaits her in the future. Camille was just a teenager when she fell in love with Eric, and had a baby. Flash forward 25 years, and the man she thought she would grow old with is walking out of her life. When Camille gets the chance to do it all over again, she decides to avoid Eric, and change her future. But before long she's falling for Eric's boyish charm all over again, an unexpected development that puts a serious wrinkle in her brilliant plan. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

Cast

Noémie Lvovsky
as Camille Vaillant
Yolande Moreau
as La mère de Camille
Michel Vuillermoz
as Le père de Camille
Micha Lescot
as Le prof de théâtre
Mathieu Amalric
as Le professeur de français
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Critic Reviews for Camille Redouble

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Audience Reviews for Camille Redouble

½

I was disappointed. The 80's setting is pretty wasted and I don't think it worked having her appearance stay the same even though she's meant to have reverted back to her teenage self. Not as funny or interesting as it sounded. It's a shame.

Nicki Marie
Nicki Marie

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Needless to say, there is not much originality in this ordinary comedy that reuses the cliched plot of the character who goes back in time to have a second chance in life. Even so, the story proves to be more enjoyable than it leads us to imagine.

Carlos Magalhães
Carlos Magalhães

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