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OK, I usually do not comment on movie here as I don't think I can bring so much interesting things to the debate, but here it's special... Obviously the 3 comments above mines are from non-native French speaker, maybe this explains that. I've only one thing to say about this movie: the actors are TERRIBLES! It's such a pain in the neck just to listen to them! And I really do not understand that, as they are usually (at least Ledoyen and Lindon) very good actors. So just forget this movie, unless you are a cinema school teacher, in which case you can show it to your student and debate over the fact that it is possible to take very good actors and make them play like untalented 7th grade kids. Unbelievable!
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