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Gosh.. Just saw it this week-end. And this guy is teaching directing in the SO-CALLED best and most efficient cinema school in France (and Europe basically..) !
I'm glad i missed the admission.
'Happiness is heavy when you're not used to it' C'mon! 80 minutes of non-screenplay, non-directing, non-acting (I LOVE Poelvoorde but he can't do anything about the impoverished style of the the whole shebang)
If you want a good laugh, 2 scenes are on the top of the most pathetic sequences of all time :
The first one when his wife is meeting him (at the bank, in his office) and realizing that his future ex-husband is finally very attractive and perhaps deserve a new chance.. Slow motions and cheesy music - lousy violons sounds -
The second one. The musical sequence.
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