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|Directed by||Alain Cavalier|
|Written by||Alain Cavalier|
|87 minutes (5,200 s)|
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Alain Cavalier films four friends: Yves Pouliquen, an eye surgeon who is undertaking his last operation at the Hôtel Dieu; Jean-Louis Faure, a sculptor who is preparing an exhibition of his unseen works; Michel Labelle, a butcher who has spent his professional life between abattoirs and market stalls; and Françoise Widhoff, Orson Welles' assistant for two years.
- French title: Vies
- Director: Alain Cavalier
- Script: Alain Cavalier
- Country of origin: France
- Format : Colour - 35 mm - 1,66:1 - DTS
- Genre : Documentary
- Length: 87 minutes
- Release date: 2000
- Alain Cavalier : Himself (voice)
- Jean-Louis Faure : Himself
- Michel Labelle : Himself
- Yves Pouliquen : Himself
- Françoise Widhoff : Herself (voice)
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