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Juliette Binoche is mesmerising to look at, but that is the only redeeming feature of one of the most boring and inane movies ever made. The only reason I stayed until almost the end was that my partner had fallen asleep early in the movie and I didn't want to wake her up. Gérard Depardieu droning on at the end was the final straw and fortunately my partner woke up watched him for 2 minutes and said "let's leave". In conclusion, that was 1.5 hours of my life that I will never get back.
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