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Comedy • 2008 • 1 hr 46 min
Sympathique comédie qui explore le sujet des différences régionales, peu abordé il me semble
Very funny modern-day classic french comedy.
If you like french humour this is for you.
Un film amusant, avec le lequel on passe bien le temps. Sans plus.
Yet another mainstream French comedy based on the culture shock gimmick and stereotype humour. There's no reason to watch it now in 2022.
Top tier foreign film that will have you laughing your pants off
A classic and among the most successful French movies. Don’t expect the movie of the decade, but it’s go if you want to spend 1h30
Fun if slightly overrated Frenxh comedy about prejudices and gow to overcome them.
Funny, lighthearted and lovely characters. I really liked it.
Die deutsche Synchro funktioniert sehr sehr gut. Ich hab Tränen gelacht. Works very well in German. Can’t tell about the English version.
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