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Plot: A 19-year-old searches for her twin brother after he runs away from home, following a fight with their father.
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Laurent is phenomenal!
Don’t Worry, I’m Fine is a relatively simple film, but it soars thanks entirely to Melanie Laurent’s revelatory performance. The film is about this young woman’s struggle to go from being entirely dependent on others to learning how to rely on herself and be her own woman, and along the way Laurent goes through the darkest stages of depression and finds happiness. She keeps us with her the entire time, our heart hurting when her’s does and our spirits lifting right with her. The kind of emotion that she digs into and pulls out is rare to see in film these days, but she is at the peak of the acting world. The way she emotes her struggle is wrenching and very empathetic. As a whole the film doesn’t have a lot going for it, it sticks pretty close to it’s one theme and goes with it, but at the end of the day it’s a character piece that finds it’s strength in Laurent’s extraordinary work here.
Philippe Lioret is a sound middle-of-the-road filmmaker; he doesn’t do precious or pretentious and it’s doubtful if the academics who genuflect to Godard will ever find him worth even a footnote. On the other hand if you enjoy thoughtful, well-crafted stories well directed and acted he’s your man. He gave us a top of the line Chick Flick in Mademoiselle in which Sandrine Bonnair’s sales rep encountered Jacque Gamblin’s jobbing actor _ he was part of the entertainment at a sales conference – and spent a bittersweet twenty four hours with him before returning to her life; Lioret used Bonnaire again in L’Equippier and once again she was on the business end of a one night stand, this time with Gregori Derangere but the film also addressed the impact of the outsider on a small close-knit community. He scores heavily again in this one – it translates roughly as I’m Fine, Don’t Worry About Me and Melanie Laurent is outstanding as a young girl (19) who comes back from holiday to find that her twin brother, Loic, has walked out of the house in the wake of a row with his father. The parents make light of this but she was very close to her brother as twins often are and winds up with clinical depression. When she recovers she moves heaven and earth to find him but it is, alas, never going to happen despite the postcards he keeps sending her telling her not to worry. It’s Julien Boissoilier, in yet another fine performance, who inadvertently stumbles on the truth which I won’t reveal as the film was only released today. Suffice it to say this is one to see again.
Original Language fr
Runtime 1 hr 32 min (92 min), 1 hr 40 min (100 min) (France)
Director Philippe Lioret
Writer Philippe Lioret, Olivier Adam
Actors Mélanie Laurent, Kad Merad, Isabelle Renauld
Awards 7 wins & 7 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby SR, Dolby Digital, DTS
Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
Camera Panaflex Camera and Lenses by Panavision
Laboratory Laboratoires Franay Tirages Cinematographiques (LTC), Paris, France
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A