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Cédric Le Gallo
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I was lucky enough to see this film in Marseille, even though I am from Sydney, Australia so will have to wait a long time to see it in English.
The film centres on the birthday of the formerly bon viveur Max and his gang of at times free-loading, yet loving friends. It is evident that life hasn't treated him well.
I adored Little White Lies, which highlighted Guillaume Canet's great skill as a director, and once again he doesn't disappoint, I would even say surpassing the first film. Stand out performances from his partner Marion Cotillard, and mainstays such as Gilles Leleloche and Francois Cluzet.
A film about friendship, family and the strain that can be put on them by life changing. I feel lucky to have seen it.
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