Mes Amis, Mes Amours
- 106 min
- Directed by: Lorraine Levy
- Cast: Virginie Ledoyen, Bernadette Lafont, Florence Floresti
- Website: www.mesamismesamours-lefilm.com
Less a romantic comedy than a sentimental fantasy of city living among an ultra-friendly community of shopkeepers and bistro-owners, Levy's film examines the incompatibilities of two middle-aged pals who are both divorced and decide to co-habit. The visual and verbal gags reap precious few dividends, however, and Levy appears only to be able to conceive of London in picture-postcard terms.
This film is not currently showing in cinemas.
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Mes amis, mes amours3 Jul 2008
Mes Amis, Mes Amours resembles a Gallic version of a Richard Curtis movie, set in an affluent, quarter of London and peopled by French expats: it’s less a romantic comedy than a sentimental fantasy of city living among an ultra-friendly community of…
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