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This movie is just plain funny. It is not a satire in any way, although it depicts the world of soccer player agents, but not in a Jerry McGuire kind of way.
The first purpose of this movie is to gather a bunch of French comedians, while taking soccer as a setting.
The result is a funny movie, not because of the plot which is not the greatest, but because it includes extremely funny lines, which our British friend might not have understood since most of them are French cultural jokes.
Anyways, this is a delightful moment, and it would be a shame if you didn't see this movie at least once.
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