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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Danny A. Abeckaser
Danny A. Abeckaser,
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.
At first, I thought I wouldn't survive the clichés and the miscast female lead of this variation on "two men and a baby."
But there's more to this movie than just an entertaining rom-com that is forgotten the next morning.
Like in her previous feature, Giafferi's male personages seem to possess very limited capacities: they are only good at what they think they are good at, and they are afraid of everything else. Their female partners, on the other hand, just do what has to be done, even when they've never done it before.
In the end, Giafferi seems to think men can change, but it's not an easy process: they will have to use their fists before gaining any wisdom. Is that what "toxic masculinity" is all about? Well, looking at the personage of the gay friend in the movie, the answer is certainly yes!
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