A "normal" guy who is married to a hot actress gets worried that she is involved with her costar. This worry turns into jealousy and causes problems in their relationship. This is a story about trust and a comedy about the actions between men and women.
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Sujit R. Varma
If anyone ever wonder why is the French film industry in the terrible state is is, one could suggest a look at this picture to realize why.
The director is Jewish. He obviously has an agenda to throw it in our face at every given moment. He starts in the opening scene when Charlotte and Yvan are having dinner with his sister and brother-in-law and immediately we get to know this poor goy is in deep trouble, and so are we.
I mean, who cares what religion any one of these characters practice? The film loses all sense of direction right away.
Only in France can trash like this could be made under the pretense that something artistic is being shown.
The story has potential but it goes into a coma and never recuperates. A waste of talent to have Terence Stamp do nothing, as well as Charlotte Gainsbourg.
Let's hope no one will finance this genius in his next venture and spare us having to sit through another "masterpiece" like this in the future.
My advice to M. Attal would be that he goes to Israel and study film direction under a great director, Dover Kosashvili, who makes Jewish stories so subtly that they are universal.
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