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French Romantic Comedies of late are inevitably more charming, but still as generic as their shrill Hollywood cousins. This is no exception with interesting issues like the absence of motherly love and the isolation of today's singles only hinted at, while the usual knee-jerk narrative devices take over up to the feel-good ending.
With its likable cast, some nice little ideas and Berri's fluent if unmemorable direction, the whole slight affair is easy to swallow, but remains too bland to provoke any deeper emotions.
But in French RomComs, at least, there's no Matthew McConaughey in sight.
5 out of 10 grandmotherly breasts
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