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Victoria is a thirty-something divorced lawyer who's struggling to raise her two daughters. She is canny and cynical but on the verge of an emotional breakdown. At a friend's wedding she reconnects with Vincent, an old friend, and Sam, an old client. Her life is about to take a new turn.Written by
This is typical of modern state-subsidised French cinema but at least in many of the others they get and old star like G Depardieu or C Deneuve as the leading character which makes it more entertaining. Virginie Efira is OK as an actress but she is not a comedian.
The script is pathetic, the rest of the acting very basic and the filming amateurish in this wannabe Woody Allen story of a neurotic woman with a run-down sex life in upper-middle class Parisian society.
The cover says it is about a super-heroine in a hilarious comedy. This is blunt lies at the level of Donald' T fake news!!!! What a waste of French tax-payer money.
Give me more of "les intouchables", Bienvenue chez les ch'tis" but do not waste our time with this kind of films.
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