This is a very pleasant film, though no masterpiece. Daniel Auteuil's successful antiques dealer, obsessed with things, not people and oblivious to the lives, interests and needs of all around him, including his daughter, is challenged by his business partner to produce his best friend. The stakes are high - a 5th.-century B.C. Greek vase that he has bought for 200,000 Euros - and he has no friends, so this is a problem. His search is entertaining and sometimes very funny. He is aided by a likeable trivial-knowledge anorak very engagingly played by Danny Boon. The film never reaches the heights, though there is one really unexpected coup de theatre involving the vase and a pleasantly lyrical close with Boon and Auteuil at dawn on a bridge, but it is well made, very enjoyable and certainly worth seeing.