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a cocoon around the two lead characters. good acting - not really surprise if the name of director and the actors are not new for viewer. right doses of tension. an impressive story. adaptation of a play, the film has the virtues of it. slow, precise, careful attention for details, Diplomatie is not original but profound interesting. not only for theme but for the inspired manner to use the ingredients. to slow for be for every public, too French for not inspire the interest for an apocalyptic hypothesis, remembering old dialogs in night about fundamental problems- brilliants duels between powerful characters , it has the rare gift to be a kind of ball of memories and meeting with a splendid way to make art.and the confrontation between Niels Arestrup and Andre Dussollier, not convincing at whole, remains a splendid gem of acting.
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