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-'''''Les Valseuses''''' ('''''Going Places''''') is a [[1974]] [[France|French]] comedy drama film directed by [[Bertrand Blier]], adapted from a novel by Bertrand Blier.+'''''Les Valseuses''''' ('''''Going Places''''') is a [[1974]] [[France|French]] [[anarchic]] comedy drama film directed by [[Bertrand Blier]], adapted from a novel by Bertrand Blier.
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Les Valseuses (Going Places) is a 1974 French anarchic comedy drama film directed by Bertrand Blier, adapted from a novel by Bertrand Blier.

Summary

The road trip of two drifters (Depardieu and Dewaere), who take from life as if it were a supermarket. They are joined by Miou-Miou who is on her own search for seemingly unattainable sexual pleasure. The film illustrates the frenetics of the sexual revolution and morality after May 1968.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ToBWndME8ds



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