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from many others. no surprises, no revelations. only a simple story about the clash between old world and modern society. and an ironic portrait of France. it is one of films useful after a long hard work day. nothing memorable and the story seems be a mix of improvisation and pretext for the humor. family, golden past covered by the need of money, a love story and the war between generations, a castle and extravagant plans about it, lies and the delicate truth, solutions and the pink end. a film like a party. full of guests and gifts and music. but nothing more, in essence, than a soap ball. a virtue - not the most inspired but real nice reference to the aristocrats against the pressure of contemporary challenges.
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