In July 1979, during the Summer holidays, in a house somewhere in Brittany, a whole family (parents, uncles, aunts, cousins and other relatives) are gathered to celebrate Granny Amandine's ... See full summary »
Al, a French living in Los Angeles, organized a barbecue for the birthday party of her friend V., whose party is filmed. As Jimmy, Al's boyfriend, does not come and left no news, Al and V. go looking for him.
Romain Faubert is a 39 year old, single, medical photographer.. and a raging hypochondriac. His doctor and only friend Dr. Dimitri Zvenka, thinks he knows a cure for Romain: dating. But ... See full summary »
For travelers around the world, the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull is a downer. For Alain and Valerie, it's a catastrophe. For if they are to make it in time to the tiny... See full summary »
The story of a woman who dreams to join an intervention group in the police department called RAID. Unfortunately, she is rather clumsy and both her family (and soon to be family-in-law) ... See full summary »
Charlie, a down-on-his-luck loner obsessed with a Russian stripper, crosses paths with a blind homeless man who is his exact double. Perplexed and intrigued by the discovery, Charlie invites the man into his life.
Matthew Dennis Lewis,
Russell Dennis Lewis
Two of the songs used as background music are "Music to Watch Girls By" sung by Andy Williams and "Small Talk" sung by Claudine Longet. Andy and Claudine were a married couple from 1961 and 1975. See more »
Violette (Julie Delpy) is a 45 year old modern Parisen high-powered fashion producer. She is divorced with teen son Eloi nicknamed Lolo. She can't find a good man anywhere and has given up. Her flirtatious friend Ariane pulls her into a spa vacation in the country. They meet up a couple of guys and she starts dating naive nice guy Jean-René Graves. He's also divorced with a child and little experience in dating. Outwardly, Lolo is chummy with JR but secretly, he's working to sabotage the relationship.
Anything with Delpy is elevated by her presence. She needs a charismatic lead to be her opposite. The character may be bland but the actor shouldn't be. Lolo's evil ways are funny at first but the ending turns too dark. As the director, Delpy needs to maintain the tone better than that. Lolo becomes less comedic and more psycho. This has Delpy and a little fun but not that great.
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