This is a fine example to prove that the Franch can also make light movies. "À toi de faire, mignonne" is pure entertainment served elegantly like one star Gault Millau French cuisine. Lemmy Caution, a fine parody of the American heavy, moves about like a featherweight. He often gets into wrestling matches with beautiful ladies, and it always has the grace of a ballet dance. Perfect light movies like this one are definitely an art form and easily digested. Incidentally: The story culminates in a big brawl in a cheese factory, the appropriate dessert.
Friends of architecture watch carefully: In the first 10 minutes into the movie there is a small scene in front of the entrance facade of one of Le Corbusier's most famous private residences, the Villa Stein in Garches. I let you guess where this house is supposed to stand and which character resides in it.
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