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Pathetic Beigbeder and his megalomania dreaming of himself as a bestseller writer and trying to make it happen on screen. Me, myself and I. "My little life is so fantastic that I want to share it with you by turning it into movies". Well you know what, you really don't have to. This movie has no pace, no dynamic, no surprise, no soul. Just a lame flat script where everything is predictable but more over extremely boring. The miserable story of a broken heart man who doesn't believe in love anymore and all of a sudden finds love again. Just because this guy writes a book about it, were they really thinking it would make the story more interesting? Hard to believe so. I hope Frederic will focus from now on on his heavy parties and drug addictions and stop wasting talented people's time by having them into such appalling productions.
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