Vivien and Chloe are two very different cousins living in Brooklyn who have been inseparable ever since they were children. At least, they were until recently. The sudden passing of their Aunt Isabelle has left them with a challenging inheritance: their aunt's quaint Boulangerie, named Isabelle's. Vivien, who has postponed her dream trip to Europe to help run the shop, wants to keep things traditional, but Chloe, who works as Fernando's assistant, a chef for a popular daytime cooking TV show, feels they should put a modern spin on things. But when the bank reveals that the Boulangerie is in danger of being foreclosed, Vivien and Chloe must put the baking mitts down to preserve their family's legacy. Vivien tries to deceive the bank pretending that Dave, her now widower uncle, lives on the boulangerie after the loss of his home by the debts, being helped by Paul, the agent sent by the bank. The trouble increases when Paul shows a love interest by Vivien, meanwhile Fernando and Chloe take their love-hate relation to the next level, at the same time that Paul's boss looking for appropriating of Isabelle's... —Chockys
Rainy day movie
I see from other comments, this did not get the best reviews. It's not a bad movie, the storyline was there, I'm goin to place blame on the director for this movie not doing as well as it could have. It just didn't have that big ah-ha moment. Great movie for a rainy day or if you are bored or under the weather yourself. Definitely worth a look. I thought it was okay, I also rarely agree with critics either.
- Oct 6, 2018
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