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Everyone knows that Ruben is Jewish, gay, half-French, half-Finnish, an ungrateful son and disappointing lover, a thief who can’t help himself, and possibly a murderer to boot. The only person who doesn't know who Ruben is is Ruben himself. When he comes to a major turning point in his life, Ruben cannot make up his mind which way to go. Should he follow his people or his heart?

  1. Mikael Buch

    Director, Writer

  2. Christophe Honoré

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Nicolas Maury

    Nicolas Maury

    Ruben

  2. Carmen Maura

    Carmen Maura

    Rachel

  3. Jean-François Stévenin

    Jean-François Stévenin

    Nathan

  4. Amira Casar

    Amira Casar

    Irène

  5. Clément Sibony

    Clément Sibony

    Samuel

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Let My People Go!
Let My People Go!

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Status Released

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  • December 28, 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 36m

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