A Jewish tragic comedy which hesitates between simple entertainment and the film d'auteur genre more
The beginning of this film is pleasant, but shallow. The characters and the plot are nice, but pointless. It looks at first like a French version of "Friends". It takes the film some time to become interesting. Indeed the film suddenly seems more interested in getting into the characters' neuroses, enabling the viewers to get a more substantial interpretation of the whole thing.Its reflection on the loss of one's origins and one's roots is strong enough to satisfy demanding viewers. Not bad.
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