Gabriell is a single mother, her 17-year-old daughter Claire is pregnant, however the child's father Simon has no desire to be involved with his future baby. When Gabrielle takes matters ...
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Gabriell is a single mother, her 17-year-old daughter Claire is pregnant, however the child's father Simon has no desire to be involved with his future baby. When Gabrielle takes matters into her own hands and asks Simon's father Ange for help, an unexpected relationship begins.
like so many romantic comedies. like many French romantic comedies. love, humor, decent job of actors, social questions, comfortable solutions, characters as ordinary people - sure, Gabrielle by Isabelle Carre seems be the exception - but a film who, using absurd options for grows up of story, it is not boring, surprising or memorable. it is far to be the best comedy but this is not a real sin. maybe, because it propose a decent story who, out of strange situation, crazy gestures and not real inspired dialogues, gives a nice film and a nice Patrick Bruel. and it is enough.
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