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It's not a pure comedy that I will talk about. OK, it contains some amusing sequences, but it remains a sort of drama. Light but drama. A good character's study about a middle aged woman - the so gorgeous Mathilde Seigner - mother of two, and married to an unemployed man, and whose the father has lost all his memory. She owns a little shop and has a happy life. The kind of life that many of us could desire, but also could wish to escape from. Especially with a winning sweepstake ticket of sixteen million euros...Our female lead if, of course, the winner of this fortune, and she doesn't know how to manage this.
A philosophical tale that may not give you all what you expect, especially the very good ending.
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