Its argument remembers me, some how, The Thomas Crown Affair (1999), where a "white glove robber" was in love with the investigator-woman and he was quite imaginative to plan (and implement) "the perfect crime", also in the area of the Arts business.
In this "Italian Hold-up" (2008) the argument is seasoned with a family (a father, a marital life, children, ) and of course a bit of jealousy which goes well with the Italian culture, just to honour the name of this French movie.
Even the music -- Sinnerman by Nina Simone -- appeared in a very suitable moment
I spent a very pleasant evening watching this new comedy and I was not bothered with the "deja vu" sensation.
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