C'est la vie! (I) (2017)

  |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A hectic wedding party held in an 17th century French palace comes together with the help of the behind-the-scenes staff.

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  • Vincent Macaigne and Judith Chemla in C'est la vie! (2017)
  • Jean-Pierre Bacri and Eye Haidara in C'est la vie! (2017)
  • Jean-Pierre Bacri in C'est la vie! (2017)

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5 February 2018 | zicteban
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| Bad
Everything seems artificial or pretty caricatural: characters, dialogues, situations like the quarrel in front of the castle at the beginning. You can not avoid having very quickly a feeling of a gross and clumsy comedy. As the movie goes on, you expect a storyline a bit more subtle but nothing different happens. Your initial impression grows more and more till becoming a mere and strong matter of fact: this movie is a pure failure aimed at entertaining typical right-thinking people.

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