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Ah, watching movies on TV: you take what it gives and in addition, it offers you endless commercial breaks!
This one was interesting for me as it features Geraldine who I appreciate a lot. Here, she is really the only one cool character as she plays a funny young girl in love that says the opposite.
Except her, it's the biggest collection of stereotypes of modern movies that i have ever seen: Laroque, our french Kidman, is simply awful as she overdoes her gesture, her accent. Like an Allen movie, i'm bored to see those privileged families not happy, not sincere, bad parents and in need of low grade staff. I really don't understand why the Muslim are made fun of. There are too many songs in place of written dialogs and here, we see clearly that since the XXIth, acting means being able to speak in a mobile! So, if you think that's great, this movie is for you but it wasn't for me.
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