Isabelle (Chaplin) and Anne (Fossey) are two young women that are looking to strike out, find their own identities independent of men.
The title is a sentence usually learnt in school to remember the conjunctions in French grammar: mais, ou, et, donc, car, ni, or (mais où et donc carnior?)
Some of Hollywood's biggest actresses have played Charlie's Angels on the big and small screen - and many more almost landed the parts. Who else almost starred over the years?
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