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Castro, once a tv star, is now an animator on the way back. Today his driver, Manu leading him to the housewarming party of his old producer and girlfriend Nathalie, has moved to a beautiful house in the neighborhood of Paris . Hélène, the sister of Nathalie and ex-wife of Castro, is also invited. When they were young, they shared the same ideals, but success did Castro in a pragmatist (or rather cynic) remained faithful to her convictions while Hélène.Written by
Hugo Van Herpe
Impecable French, including that of YouTube generation. Very peculiar maid, Instagram related, I suppose.
Those things usually happen in real parties.
So, nothing new.
Cinema isn't always about cutting new paths, walking known ones must count as a go.
It seemed very real in the realm of fiction.
Ocasionaly inteligent, almost touching in some moments.
I am not patronizing.
Beautiful location, good actors, but that you already know, of course.
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