Mes deux amours

Synopsis:
Genre: Comedy, Drama
 
IMDB:
5.0
Year:
2012
94 min
4 Views


Hello, you.

I came to say good bye.

What are you doing here?

I thought everything had been said.

I don't have time.

Let's say you have.

- What does it mean?

- My boss wants to see

you.

- I have nothing to say.

Let's make things easier.

Let go off me!

Let go off me...

TWO DAYS LATER...

AJACCIO INTERNATIONAL AIRPOR Vanessa, it's me.

I really need to talk to you.

Call me back.

Hello, Jacques.

Of course

I'll be there for the voting.

I'll fly back to Paris

in two days max.

I know everyone wants

to manage the newspaper.

Honestly,

I think I'm the most capable.

FINANCES IN LIMBO

Yes, Vanessa.

What does the boss want?

He leaves in four days!

I'm the editor-in-chief,

in four days I'll be at his place!

I don't count my chickens

but still.

What?

Could you be

quiet?

Not you, Vanessa!

Come on,

don't be so stressful!

You're too thick

to teach me how to live!

You make more noise

when you scream in your phone.

- It's none of your business!

Your professional tales

are not very interesting.

- I'm not on holiday.

- You should be.

You're frying your brain

with this thing.

It's a mess here at the airport.

I'll call you back.

I'm sorry.

You're born to annoy me!

Sorry. Did I hurt you?

What do you think?

So this is the Madonna.

This is the Madonna.

My wife called me from here

for the last time two days ago.

Since then nothing.

Maybe she wanted to stay here.

You told me she was a Corsican.

She came for a few days

to take care of the sale.

And of a horse.

It must be somewhere around here.

I wouldn't sell it.

The question is to know

where my wife is!

Sorry but I don't see

your wedding ring.

We're not married.

If we were, I wouldn't wear one.

It's so old-fashioned.

Let's go.

Did you talk to her

the first days she was here?

Yes. But she sounded strange.

Look, the table stood as it was.

The dishes haven't been done.

It proves something happens.

Don't touch anything!

The Madonna may have

made her change her mind.

Maybe she wanted to keep it.

Barbara doesn't like

the countryside.

She likes the hustle and bustle.

She's a city-dweller, just like me.

She forgot her charger.

That's why she doesn't call back.

My wife is a great reporter.

She's able to find

a satellite station in the jungle.

This kind of problem

won't prevent her from calling me.

What's that?

These messages are everywhere.

It doesn't mean anything.

This is the horse

I was telling you about.

Who takes care of it?

A man who just retired.

Barbara decided to sell

if she didn't find

anyone to replace him.

Why doesn't she come

here anymore?

- You don't care about me, do you?

"He's worried because his wife

hasn't called him for two days."

I am worried indeed!

The moron who tried

to kill me at the airport.

Why are you here?

Let me ask you the same!

This is a private property.

- I know. It's my wife's.

- No, my wife inherited it.

MY wife inherited it two years ago.

From her dad.

Unless there are two Madonnas.

- So?

- Not in this area.

Who are you?

Who are YOU?

What's your wife's name?

- Barbara.

- Barbara.

Barbara Cantarella.

You may know her,

she's a journalist.

This man is a psychopath!

His wife has the same name.

Does yours want

to sell?

She wanted to

but she changed her mind.

She loves this place too much.

The nature,

the sea...

- You're mentally ill!

- Stop it or it will end badly.

- Indeed!

- Do you have a picture?

- I have a picture.

Here!

Here she is.

Why is my wife in here?

You don't have the right.

I don't allow you.

I'm a journalist, I know people.

First witnesses, first suspects.

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