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Flaunt Your Frenchness #44 (April 20-26)
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Here is a selection of some easy Francophone movies to watch. 
Don't forget to share our newsletter if you recommend them too.
Click the blue link to find more info in English - Click the image to find more info in French.
Canada (Quebec), C.R.A.Z.Y.
Zachary Beaulieu comes into the world between a loving mother and a father a bit gruff, but proud of his boys. This is the beginning of C.R.A.Z.Y., the life's story of a boy and then a young man like no other, that goes up to deny his true nature to get his father's attention. More info.
Belgium, Tokyo Fiancée
Amélie, 20 years old and her head full of dreams, returns to Japan of his childhood. She offers French lessons and meets Rinri, his first and only student, a young Japanese who soon becomes her lover. This is a funny and poetic culture clash between surprises, joys and disappointments. More info.
Maroc, Rock The Casbah
A family gathers over 3 days in the family home after the father's death. Everything changes with the arrival of Sofia, the younger daughter, who lives her life in New York as an actress. Between laughter and tears, mass hysteria will lead each of these women to assert themselves. More info.
France, Tanguy
Tanguy, 28 years old, over-educated university teacher of Asian languages and womanizer, leads a successful and wealthy life... while still living in his parents' home. His parents unite to make home Tanguy's life miserable to finally make him leave the nest. More info.

 
If you want to find these comedies or others, here is a list of places in BC you can find them:
  • Société francophone de Maillardville, Coquitlam. Click here.
  • Coquitlam Library, Coquitlam. Click here.
  • Alliance française de Vancouver, Vancouver. Click here.
Do you have any comedies in your native language to recommend?
Each week, you'll find in this newsletter a small sentence that can be used next time you go to a French speaking country.

To keep in the theme, please find below what you could ask while in Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe:
" Quel est le film qui vous a le plus marqué ? "
[Kel ay leh film kee voo ah leh plus mar-kay ?]
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