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Avril is a novice in a convent of "Baptistine" sisters, a monastic order which was officially dissolved by the end of the nineteenth century but that is kept alive by Mère Marie Joseph, the... See full summary »
In Paris, Ella, a.k.a. Hell, is a promiscuous and reckless teenager with absent upper class parents that does not study or work and spends her time going to night-clubs, using cocaine and ... See full summary »
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Steve Le Roi
Following a brief hug, but intense, the table set for the wedding is messy. The bride is short restyle, while the man puts the cards without respecting the plan table. Chance will he good things? Or will he lend a hand in fate?
A very nice little comedy drama, with an incredible lead performance. Her character would be a great fit/partner to Jack Nicholsons "As Good as it gets" character (can't remember the name of the character in that movie, but check that movie too, if you haven't already). The actress is quite buys over the last past years and it's obvious why, when you watch her perform here.
Some things might be too subtle for some, some a bit too on the nose, but it never is too predictable. Not in the common sense that is. Because you can always kinda guess where a movie is going. But as character pieces go and subtle comedies, this works really good. If that is your kind of drama, than go ahead and watch and enjoy the movie
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