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I can't remember the last time I squirmed with boredom through a movie, but I really did this afternoon trying to resist the urge to walk out on this movie before the end. Nothing about it was interesting, and much very disagreeable. Jeff Goldblum's character was like a terrible imitation of something out of a Woody Allen movie. The two main characters were quirky in uninteresting and aggravating ways.
I did not want to have to overhear them squabble, but that was the movie.
Paris is irrelevant in this movie. The city has no effect on anything that happens. The unhappy middle-aged couple quarrel and make up and quarrel and make up for no apparent reason, and it never has anything to do with Paris. Imagine Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolfe written by a high school drama group.
Don't bother with this one.
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