Le Plaisir de Chanter (The Joy of Singing)
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Le Plaisir de Chanter (The Joy of Singing)
A missing USB stick housing some volatile uranium secrets serves as the catalyst for insanity in director Ilan Duran Cohen's cartoonish, madcap caper. Eve (Evelyene Kirschenbaum) is a vocal coach who gives lessons out of her home. Constance (Jeanne Balibar), Anna (Caroline Ducey), and Julien (Julien Baumgartner) are two of her students. Constance's husband Hans has just been murdered by some unidentified characters seeking a USB stick that could be extremely valuable to both the Russians and the Mossad. Lately, Constance's shady sister-in-law Noemie (Nathalie Richard) has gone into… More

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"At times serious, others farcical, it's a film that ignores expectations and creates an experience that's like a helium balloon. It slowly lets itself out before finally settling."
‑ Ryan Cracknell, Movie Views
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