Going Places (1974 film)

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Going Places
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Directed by Bertrand Blier
Produced by Paul Claudon
Written by Bertrand Blier
Philippe Dumarçay
Starring Gérard Depardieu
Patrick Dewaere
Jeanne Moreau
Isabelle Huppert
Music by Stéphane Grappelli
Cinematography Bruno Nuytten
Edited by Kenout Peltier
Release date(s) 20 March 1974
Running time 113 minutes
Country France
Language French

Going Places (French: Les Valseuses) is a 1974 French comedy-drama film directed by Bertrand Blier, adapted from a novel by Blier, and starring Miou-Miou, Gérard Depardieu and Patrick Dewaere. The French title translates into English as "The Waltzers", a French vulgar term for the testicles.[1] The film had a total of 5,726,031 admissions in France where it was the 3rd highest grossing film of the year.[2]


"Two whimsical, aimless thugs harass and assault women, steal...and alternately charm, fight or sprint their way out of trouble. They take whatever the bourgeois characters value: cars, peace of mind or daughters. Marie-Ange, a jaded, passive hairdresser, joins them as lover, cook and mother confessor. She's on her own search for seemingly unattainable sexual pleasure."[3]


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