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Train wreck at Montparnasse (October 22, 1895) by Studio Lévy and Sons.
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Le Temps qui reste (Time to Leave) is a French film directed by François Ozon, released in 2005.

Plot

Romain, a 31-year-old fashion photographer, finds out he is terminally ill and has only three months to live. He rejects the treatment for his metasized brain tumor that might offer him a slim (less than 5%) chance of survival.

Romain exhibits both a selfishness and a recklessness. He realizes that his good looks give him a certain amount of leeway and he tests the forbearance of the people who care for him. He chases away his lover Sasha and delights in antagonizing his sister. The only person in whom he confides about his illness is his grandmother Laura.

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