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The plot: Fleur, a shy young Parisian in Marseilles, meets Vénus, a flamboyant but lost Russian girl. They have nothing in common, save for their wish to meet the ideal boy. Fleur is demure wallflower. Venus is the extrovert goddess.
It is the cast of four that make this movie totally enjoyable! Even though the story seems unbelievable (two girls, who do not know each other, mistakenly take each others bags and then spend a fews days in the house of an uncle), the casts makes it feel natural and normal.
You, as audience, feel as if you participate/take part in this adventure of trying to find your love. Where (un)suprisingly there does not seem to be a perfect route.
If you like not too fast French movies with nice human interaction, character development and a sympathetic cast, this is really one to watch.
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