Red Nose (2003)

  |  Comedy, Romance


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Coincidentally, a critic and a writer team up for Operation Nez Rouge. It seeks to take revenge on him for a very negative criticism until she falls in love. But he plays double game with her?


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30 January 2004 | Jep_Gambardella
7
| By-the-numbers romantic comedy delivers
A literary critic with the meanest pen in town is sentenced for drunk driving to community service over the Christmas holidays at the "Nez Rouge" service, which provides lifts to people who have had too much to drink. He is partnered with an aspiring writer who hates him for having utterly destroyed her first work years earlier. Naturally he falls in love with her, then they fight, then she realizes she loves him too.

As far as romantic comedies go (a genre that Québec cinema doesn't explore much), this one was pretty good. If follows the conventions and the general plot structure of the genre quite faithfully (if I hadn't liked the film I would have just said "it's full of clichés"), but I thoroughly enjoyed it, had many good laughs and left with a smile in my face. Sometimes that's enough.

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$217,000 30 November 2003

Gross USA:

$2,004,814

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$2,004,814

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