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Jonah Who Will be 25 in the Year 2000 (Jonas qui aura 25 ans en l'an 2000)

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Genre:Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1976
Running time:116 minutes
Cast:Jean-Luc Bideau, Myriam Boyer, Raymond Bussières, Jacques Denis, Roger Jendly
Director:Alain Tanner
Writer:Alain Tanner, John Berger

Description: The revolutionary upheaval of 1968 rocked Europe, and led to many changes. For a while, it was possible to think that the radical idealism of the youth protests would finally take form in the world. In this film, eight people in their late tweties and early thirties try to keep the radical flames burning. From a man continuing his mystic quest to a Robin Hood-like grocery worker, each of them seeks an alternative to the mainstream vision. One of them is married, and his child Jonah, born that year, will be 25 in the year 2000.~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide

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