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|Directed by||Jean-Pierre Jeunet|
|Produced by||Zootrope, in association with Claudie Ossard|
|Written by||Bruno Delbonnel
|Music by||Carlos D'Alessio|
|Edited by||Jean-Pierre Jeunet|
|UK: 1 January 1989|
Foutaises (English title: Things I Like, Things I Hate) is a 1989 French short film directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet.
Dominique Pinon talks to the camera describing his likes and dislikes, ranging from the simple such as "I hate men with a beard but no moustache" to the more touching, "I like to think that after death can't be worse than before birth." Each of his examples is accompanied by a visual demonstration.
The actress Marie-Laure Dougnac (Pinon's collaborator in Delicatessen), also makes a cameo appearance. Jean-Pierre Jeunet reused this technique in his 2001 film Amélie when introducing the characters.
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