Gemma Bovery (2014)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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Martin, an ex-Parisian well-heeled hipster passionate about Gustave Flaubert who settled into a Norman village as a baker, sees an English couple moving into a small farm nearby. Not only ... See full summary »


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13 September 2019 | CyniLogical
Very good but
There's something not quite right in this movie. It's so disgusting to see Gemma took the bread one by one with her hands and smelled them to her nose, then put it down picked another and did the same ritual absolutely not sanitized behavior again and again. I know such arranged gestures were to give the impression to the audiences how good those baked French pastries were, but those breads were not protected with plastic wrappers, handling with bare hands and took them up close to your nose....smelled them one by one....Jesus, didn't these people know what "Cross Contamination" means?

By the way, the popular "Earth is a Global Village" saying is quite explained in this movie too; so many British people moved to France if they have money. Likewise, so many rich Chinese migrated to Vancouver, Canada or Irvine, southern California. I have no problem with these RICH people migrating to other countries they considered better than their countries of origin, as long as they always follow "DO AS THE ROMANS DO" principle, always keep your motherlands' cultures, religions and (bad)habits in your new foreign residences, don't bring or carry them outside or, even worse: Asking your newly migrated cities or even the countries to change the laws to accommodate yours.

Anyway, this movie is pretty good in a very slow pace. The ending is also well crafted.

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