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Carla Bruni: attractive, talented, famous, but not very interesting
xWRL from United States
2 July 2012
This documentary was filmed not all that long after Bruni's husband
became President of France, and Sarkozy plays a minimal role here. Most
of the time goes to interviews with Bruni, her mother, and her
sister--all of whom have interesting things to say about their
lives--and it's maybe as a case study of a set of privileged lives that
the documentary comes closest to serving a useful purpose.
But all is told from Bruni's perspective, and that gets tiresome after
a while. She has a lot going for her. She's upbeat, multi-faceted, and
has a great command of English. But-- surprisingly-- she turns out to
be a member of that majority who have no business being the subject of
a documentary, at least as far as this film explores.
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