Dumped by her husband and downsized out of her job, Marie-Francine has to move back in with her parents - at the age of 50. They treat her like a child, but she soon finds love with Miguel, a chef who doesn't admit to her that he is in the same situation. It's not easy having a young heart in a middle-age body, but Marie-Francine proves to us that 50 is the new 30.Written by
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It's definitely not the best performance from Valérie Lemercier, but we spend a good moment after all.
Some funny jokes, a movie to clear your mind and stop thinking about your own problems. It's quite realistic and therefore brings you to remember your own love and family experiences, whether they are positive or negative ones. I think you can truly identify yourself with Marie-Francine if you are over 40 years old, otherwise you are kindly smiling and praying for it doesn't happened to you.
At least, it totally correspond to the trailer, which means a sweet and light french comedy.
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