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Following a brief hug, but intense, the table set for the wedding is messy. The bride is short restyle, while the man puts the cards without respecting the plan table. Chance will he good things? Or will he lend a hand in fate?
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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