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Aleksandra and Cyrille are the trendiest of Parisian couples. Succesful and up to date, they decide to adopt a 7 year old as the latest added accessory to their chic life. What they don't expect is the newest addition to their trendy collection to have a mind of his own, and more importantly a hectic effect on their perfect lives. Written by
I saw reviews of this film, and went to see it without much of a hope that I will see anything fantastic. But I was kind of pleasantly surprised.
I mean it is a female film with a light plot and nice cinematography. I enjoyed costumes and beautiful Parisian apartment interiors. I mean it is rare to see how the interior of a bigger Paris apartment looks like. Not many people get to see it.
When I went first time to Paris when I was teenager I stayed in one of those apartments. It was beautiful! It reminded me of those times.
Plot and acting are nothing really to talk about. Nothing in the plot that kept my attention, acting was fair.
If you never went to Paris, this is a perfect chance for you to see how rich Paris people live.
Otherwise, you can freely skip this film, nothing that special in it.
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