Looking for Cheyenne (Oublier Cheyenne)
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Looking for Cheyenne (Oublier Cheyenne)
A warm and gentle human fable with a left-wing political undercurrent, the French-language picture Looking for Cheyenne concerns two women passionately in love with one another, and yet hopelessly separated. Journalist Cheyenne (Mila Dekker) is reeling -- not only from a split with one of the great loves of her life, high school science prof Sonia (Aurelia Petit), but from a recent and unexpected job loss -- the product of her company's decision to downsize. When she finds it next to impossible to land another job, Cheyenne eventually throws up her hands in disgust and drops out… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Provocative and well-acted. This one's worth looking for."
‑ , Los Angeles Times
"An assured sophomore effort that's worth a look."
‑ Keith H. Brown, Eye for Film
"A beguiling comedy from a Marxist-inflected thesis that is filled with characters who rage against the machine with pessimism, optimism, and navet (C)"sometimes in rotation."
‑ Ernest Hardy, Village Voice
"An impressive achievement, one that combines terrific performances with a lovely storytelling style and themes and characters that actually matter."
‑ Jay Antani, Boxoffice Magazine
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