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Paris, nowadays. Justine is 27, works at an x-ray lab and has a real problem with commitment. She leaves behind a trail of ex-boyfriends. In fact, she just dumped the latest one, Atom, and is now crashing on her sister's couch. She's just met Sami, who could be The One. But this delicate balance is thrown when her immature, 60-years-old father announces that he and wife number 3 are expecting a baby. Rather than give Sami a chance, Justine focuses on the x-ray creations she secretly produces at her lab. —Happy_Evil_Dude
Another pointless french movie (web)
I can't understand how this kind of movie achieves to find money to get done. As usual, it focuses on the dull, boring lives of a bourgeois Parisian family as there can't seem to be other choices for characters, stories or locations in actual french production. In addition, our french cinema seeks now to copy also the worst of American movies with their disgusting blue / orange cinematography! Maybe the producers tried to cash of the new star Melanie Laurent but thus girl seems really cold, sophisticated and thus not very cool. My motivation to watch it was Geraldine but she has a very little part here. However she has her usual cheeky humor. In conclusion, it's totally uninteresting and ugly, so if you don't have the definition of a stinker, i don't know how to write it!
- Apr 15, 2015
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