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A light-hearted comedy about a guy who runs a dating agency and whose very own love life needs sorting out. This is in many ways typically French: a little saucy, with a male lead who's perhaps a little too macho for his own good but whom the audience is still supposed to love, not exactly politically correct regarding gender roles, with the ubiquitous gratuitous female nudity, with quite a bit of light-hearted humour - the kind of humour that makes you smile rather than chuckle.
Michel Lang is very good at this kind of genre and again he does a good job here. Thus, this is definitely watchable, but the genre is probably not to everyone's taste.
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