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A 40-year-old father of two, still finds life very complicated. When the mother of his children moves to New York, he can't bear them growing up far away from him and so he decides to move there as well. (C) Official Site
Pleasantly easygoing and consistently funny, Chinese Puzzle offers a suitably endearing conclusion to Cédric Klapisch's Trilogy of Xavier.
Viewers coming to this film without having seen the others would have no problem following the action; whether they'd care about it is another question.
Once the story picks up, it's easy, breezy and enjoyable. It seduces you into thinking: Wouldn't it be fun to reconnect with Xavier in another five years or so?
Those familiar with the first two films will find the most rewards in this bittersweet concluding chapter.
A hectic, convoluted French comedy about a Parisian novelist and the three women in his life.
The film flits from one subplot to another and not in that delightfully freewheeling European kind of way.
French filmmaker Cedric Klapisch keeps the tone light and the serious themes just under the surface as he revisits the lively characters from The Spanish Apartment (2002) and Russian Dolls (2005).
An amiably daffy look at perpetual adolescence, French-style.
It's all very busy, and cute, and, um, French ...
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