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Romain Duris, Déborah François, Bérénice Bejo, Shaun Benson, Mélanie Bernier, Nicolas Bedos, Miou-Miou, Eddy Mitchell, Frédéric Pierrot, Féodor Atkine
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Secretary Rose tells her boss, insurance salesman Louis, “You’re nuts.” (0:14)

Concierge: “You stink of tobacco as usual Miss Pamphyle.” (0:20)

Rose tells Louis, “With all your client's wine it’s a miracle you’re not alcoholic.” (0:29)

Louis tells Rose, “You’re completely nuts.” (0:33)

Rose tells Louis, “You traumatized those kids.” (0:35)

Marie tells Rose, referring to Louis, “But he’s nervous about losing face in front of Bob.” (0:43)

Rose tells Louis, referring to his gift to her, “It’s bonkers.” (0:46)

Rose visits her mother’s grave, talks to her. (0:51)

Louis’ father George toasts: “To my idiot son’s lost fortune.” (0:55)

Marie tells Louis, “You’re an idiot not bringing her.”
Bob: ”She’s crazy about Rose.”
Louis: “Cut out the psychology books.” (0:58)

A reporter asks typing champion Annie, “Not too nervous?”
Annie: ”Do I look nervous?” (1:03)

A typing ontestant swoons when she learns of her elimination. (1:09)

A customer tells Rose’s father Jean, “The machine in the window, my girl’s crazy for it.” (1:17)

Typewriter maker Gilbert tells Rose, “Any man who gives you up is an imbecile.” (1:22)

Marie tells Louis, “You’re drunk.”
Louis: ”I couldn’t be more sober.”
Marie: ”I was crazy about you.” (1:28)

Louis tells his friend, Marie's husband, Bob, “You’ll think I’m nuts, but the only way it can keep up with her is to put all the letters together.” (1:43)