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This film is such a catastrophe! It starts by a plot anthology of incoherence, it continues with an intrigue with which we do not seize openly the interest, on the background of dialogues of a distressing dullness. The actors are certainly well, but I have enough of this kind of movies which is so empty and lazy, and which lets think that the director confuses subtlety and beggary. Even the poor "Prudence" does not at any time looks concerned about the fact that she is an orphan. Rather insulting for the Real orphan I guess. One of the worst movies and most disappointing of the year Another stone in the garden of the French cinema.
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