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Dag is a successful commercial director who finally commits to his live-in love... or so he thinks. Just when his philandering days are over, he is tempted by his best friend's lusty girlfriend.
With annoying characters and gimmicks, the romantic comedy Just a Kiss is neither touching nor funny.
What a mess.
Overembellished to distraction.
The cast is appealing but often looks lost, stranded between all of the conflicting directions.
Winds up feeling like lots of other quirky movies that try to score hipness points with young adults.
For the most part Stevens glides through on some solid performances and witty dialogue.
Most of the actors struggle with the clunky dialogue and often look almost as uncomfortable delivering it as you'll feel sitting there watching them do so.
We have poignancy jostling against farce, thoughtful dialogue elbowed aside by one-liners, and a visual style that incorporates rotoscope animation for no apparent reason except, maybe, that it looks neat.
Just a Kiss wants desperately to come off as a fanciful film about the typical problems of average people. But it is set in a world that is very, very far from the one most of us inhabit.
A near-laughless comedy.
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