Comedy about four twenty-something friends who like to hang out in cafés, flirt and have a laugh.
Entertaining but somewhat frustrating overall, with a predominantly male point of view of relationships (which isn't necessarily a bad thing!). Includes funny lines and hilarious situations (shopping for the right shoes, losing the car keys...) complemented by good performances by professional and amateur actors, but doesn't go the extra mile. The film is probably a bit too short, but it is made up of a rather convincing series of sketch scenes portraying life-like situations. It's a shame that images are often overexposed - Yet the whole film is quite an achievement, given the fact that it's a low-budget film which was all shot with a DV camera. Worth watching if you're into Le Peril Jeune (also starring Romain Duris) and the like.
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