Seventeen-year-old Beth is just finishing school, and lives in Paris with her bedridden mother and younger brother. She is annoyed because her boyfriend suggested she try sleeping with ... See full summary »
Thirty-year-old François, dreamy and awkward, is an adopted child. In order to meet his biological mother, he sneaks into a party organized at her home, pretending to be a waiter. He then ... See full summary »
Louis and his Daddy are driving back home. Daddy is a past master at clowning, which does not necessarily make Louis laugh. At times Daddy gets awfully mad, picking on people who don't ... See full summary »
I saw this movie when I was flying back from a vacation in Europe and I laughed out loud throughout it. The movie was in french with English sub-titles. Sure the lead actress used some profanity...that's one of the reasons it was so funny. She called it like it was.
To say I dislike chick-flicks is an understatement. If it has Julia Roberts or Hugh Grant, then I steer clear, but I liked this movie. Men and women would find this movie appealing...the men possibly even more than the women.
I'm not sure why there is a minimum length requirement for comments. It forces those that have something worthy to say (not necessarily me) in just a few sentences to pad their input. Wouldn't it make more sense to have a maximum rather than a minimum?
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