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I must say this film is one of the most boring I have been given to see and i am disappointed because some great actors are playing in this movie. so during the first half an hour, i was thinking "a bunch of very good actors, it must be great" but after those first minutes of excitement I have seen a non sense scenario, uninteresting dialogs and story. there were a lot of people in the cinema leaving the place before the end. if you are not very familiar with the French cinema, I strongly recommend not to begin with this one, Brasseur, Lanvin and Deneuve have made so much beautiful movies in the past that It would be a shame to see this one first. Please, for the sake of French cinema, spare us with this kind of crap.
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