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* TriangRelations: Type 8 between Alice, Ismaël and Julie.

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* TriangRelations: Type 8 between Alice, Ismaël and Julie.Julie.
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--->'''Erwann''' : Je suis beau, jeune, et breton, je sens la pluie, l'océan et les crêpes au citron (I am handsome, young and britton. I smell like the rain, the ocean and lemon crepes).

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--->'''Erwann''' -->'''Erwann''' : Je suis beau, jeune, et breton, je sens la pluie, l'océan et les crêpes au citron (I am handsome, young and britton.Breton. I smell like the rain, the ocean and lemon crepes).


''Les Chansons d'amour'' (Love songs in English) is a 2007 musical film directed by Christophe Honoré, starring [[Film/SwimmingPool Ludivine Sagnier]], [[Film/TheDreamers Louis Garrel]], Clothilde Hesme and Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet.

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''Les Chansons d'amour'' (Love songs in English) is a 2007 musical film directed by Christophe Honoré, starring [[Film/SwimmingPool Ludivine Sagnier]], Creator/LudivineSagnier, [[Film/TheDreamers Louis Garrel]], Clothilde Hesme and Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet.


* BiTheWay: Julie, Clotilde and Ismaël.

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* BiTheWay: Julie, Clotilde and Ismaël. While polyamory is discussed during the course of the film, bisexuality is not and is depicted as unproblematic.


* GayParee: Played straight: Scenic streets of trendy Paris? Check. Young handsome fashionable Parisians? Check. Complicated love/sex stories? Check. But also averted in that the movie avoid the most touristic parts of Paris.

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* GayParee: Played straight: Scenic streets of trendy Paris? Check. Young handsome fashionable Parisians? Check. Complicated love/sex stories? Check. But also averted in that the movie avoid avoids the most touristic parts of Paris.


* LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine: while their respective personality don't fall neatly in this trope, Julie and Alice visually qualify.

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* LightFeminineAndDarkFeminine: while their respective personality personalities don't fall neatly in this trope, Julie and Alice visually qualify.


The movie explores gracefully the turmoils of love and grief. It was noted for its pleasing soundtrack, its very Parisian setting and characters and its references to numerous French films (notably Creator/JacquesDemy's films).

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The movie explores gracefully the turmoils of love and grief. It was noted for its pleasing soundtrack, its very Parisian setting and characters and its references to numerous French films (notably Creator/JacquesDemy's films).
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* Main/DescendedCreator: Julie and Ismaël attend a concert of Alex Beaupin, the soundtrack composer.


* GayParee: Scenic streets of trendy Paris? Check. Young handsome fashionable Parisians? Check. Complicated love/sex stories? Check.

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* GayParee: Played straight: Scenic streets of trendy Paris? Check. Young handsome fashionable Parisians? Check. Complicated love/sex stories? Check. But also averted in that the movie avoid the most touristic parts of Paris.


--> Alice: Je suis le pont sur la rivière//Qui va de toi à toi... (I am the bridge on the river that goes from you to you...)

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--> Alice: '''Alice''': Je suis le pont sur la rivière//Qui va de toi à toi... (I am the bridge on the river that goes from you to you...)


* Main/QuarrelingSong: ''Je n'aime que toi'' (''I only love you'') where Julie and Ismaël are quarrelling about their commitment to each other and Alice tries to bring them back together.

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* Main/QuarrelingSong: ''Je n'aime que toi'' (''I only love you'') where you''): Julie and Ismaël are quarrelling quarrel about their commitment to each other and Alice tries to bring them back together.

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* Main/GriefSong: ''Les Yeux au ciel'' (''The eyes to the sky'')


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* Main/QuarrelingSong: ''Je n'aime que toi'' (''I only love you'') where Julie and Ismaël are quarrelling about their commitment to each other and Alice tries to bring them back together.
--> Alice: Je suis le pont sur la rivière//Qui va de toi à toi... (I am the bridge on the river that goes from you to you...)

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* Main/OnscreenChapterTitles: the story is divided in three chapters: ''The Departure'', ''The Absence'' and ''The Return''.


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* Main/ShoutOut: To the musical Film/TheUmbrellasOfCherbourg, as both films have the same Main/OnscreenChapterTitles; furthermore the casting of Chiara Mastroianni as Julie's sister [[Main/ActorAllusion was also seen as an hommage]] to her mother Creator/CatherineDeneuve who played in Film/TheUmbrellasOfCherbourg.

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* Main/FinalLoveDuet: The song ''J'ai cru entendre...'' (''I thought I heard...'') for Ismaël and Erwann


The movie explores gracefully the turmoils of love and grief. It was noted for its pleasing soundtrack, its very Parisian setting and characters and its references to numerous French films (notably {{Creator/JacquesDemy}}'s films).

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The movie explores gracefully the turmoils of love and grief. It was noted for its pleasing soundtrack, its very Parisian setting and characters and its references to numerous French films (notably {{Creator/JacquesDemy}}'s Creator/JacquesDemy's films).

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