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God Is Great, I'm Not (2001)

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Original title: Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite

Release Date
• USA: Nov 8, 2002
DVD Release Date
• R1: May 11, 2004

Running Time
1 hour, 40 minutes

Country France

Studio Empire Pictures

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• God Is Great, I'm Not (2002)
• Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite
• God Is Great, and I'm Not (2002)

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Genre: Romance, Comedy, Religion, Love, Marriage

Plot: Michèle (AMELIE's adorable Audrey Tautou) is a 20-year-old tornado. With a bouncing, perfectly round Afro and a job posing for fashion photography, she boldly describes herself as a "top model," though her miniature physical size and girlish grin reveals her subdued, searching interior. Overloaded with passion and personality, she seeks a way to channel her spirituality into an identity. Buddhism works. So does Judaism, when she falls for François (Edouard Baer), a Jewish veterinarian. Her insistence that François prove his religious faith to her by observing Shabbat and obeying other rules causes him a lot of grief. But he adoringly complies. GOD IS GREAT, I'M NOT follows Michèle over a three-year period via the impulsive and always poetic exclamations she writes in her diary. The film shows how her aggressive attitude towards her family, François and all those she holds dear sometimes alienates her. She demands a lot of other people--mainly, that they live life with all the zest with which she has chosen to live her own, and sometimes those demands backfire on her. In total, GOD IS GREAT is an intense and beautiful film fueled by a powerful performance by Tautou, who rules the screen, and an inspired script from director Pascale Bailly.

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