Jess meets Casey, a very openly gay woman and quickly the girls form a strong romantic bond which forces Jess to come to terms with her true sexuality; risking her family and hurting her best friend/husband.
When she discovers a wedding planer's business card, Alexia instantly says, "YES" to Mathias unaware that it belongs to his mistress. The groom is now trapped between his bride, and his lover who in charge of his unwanted marriage.
Good French movie among a lot of american trash rated 10/10
I think this is a nice little movie to watch without too many expectations: personally I found it a lot better than the average American comedy. I found interesting that, apart from the plot that is a bit surreal, they depicted the life of average European people in an European environment. A French Jewish family, a French-senegalese chef that is divided between an emancipated life and career and his family that wants to marry him to a Senegalese girl. I think that not everything has to be black or white, religion and sexuality for example can have a lot of shades. It's easier to see them in black or white but not everything can be described with a color or with a shade that already exists. Anyway, the plot is still a bit surreal, but it's a movie! A comedy! Come on! I think it's really enjoyable and Jean-Christophe Folly is superb
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