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  • Wednesday 17 March 2004
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  • A Voz do Coração
  • Chicos del coro
  • Choristes - I ragazzi del coro
  • Les
  • Los
  • Los chicos del coro (España)



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Les choristes (2004)

The Chorus

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50 years after the main story takes place, a man is shown conducting a chorus. While conducting, he is informed that his mother has died. After the performance, he returns home for the funeral. Soon, an old friend called Pépinot arrives at his door with a diary. It is the diary of their teacher, Mathieu, and they read it together.

In France in 1949, Clément Mathieu, who in his own words has failed at everything else, arrives at the gates of Fond de l'Etang , a boarding school for "difficult" boys. At the gate he sees a young child, Pépinot, who is waiting for Saturday, which is when his father is supposed to come for him. Pépinot had been told that his parents were killed years previously in the Second World War, but, strangely, always believed that his father would come back on a Saturday.


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