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on 9 September 2016
Not my kind of film, I'm afraid. I love Charlotte Rampling and this must have been a hoot to act in , but I found myself bored very quickly, which is unusual for me. I prefer films with deeper meanings and therefore deeper engagement, from me. This was focused almost entirely on married people who are bored and looking for a quick lift (if you pardon the pun). Sorry, must be getting old, but found it a bore after first half hour. Enough said!
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on 9 February 2012
An amusing film in which Charlotte Rampling (as usual) steals the show. Most characters are caricatures, and as such, the actors are quite good. It is a full-blown farce, sort of "over-the-top", exaggerated in just about every scene. As such it is quite good and yes, it is funny and moving at the same time, though not at all credible.

Nice entertainment if you accept the "farce" premise and go along for the ride. Rampling alone is worth the ticket price.
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on 10 December 2017
loved it
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on 25 February 2017
A French Movie , funny and sad . Subtitles: I enjoyed this Movie:
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on 13 July 2015
Absolutley hilarious yet again Charlotte rampling total brilliance shone though
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on 2 October 2015
Loved this movie, love french humour.
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on 21 June 2015
Lovely little film
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HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERon 7 November 2006
Summer Things/Embrassez Quiz Vous Voudrez is one of those films that probably shouldn't really work but does. Based on a British novel by Joseph Connolly following various middle class characters (upwardly and downwardly mobile) on a holiday that takes in various affairs, jealousies and suicide attempts, it's a light confection that works surprisingly well, not least because people DON'T do the right thing (when estate agent Jacques Dutronc finds out an employee has reduced the price on a desperately short of cash friend's house for a backhander, he does nothing to rectify the situation). Much of what happens is fairly predictable, with the exception of Charlotte Rampling keeping her clothes on for once, but the performances are strong and Michel Blanc's direction keeps it all on track. Nothing profound, but surprisingly likeable.

Extras are fairly light - just a trailer and a photo montage with an audio essay by the director.
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on 10 August 2013
It's very light comedy about four female friends. The story is mostly evolved around their love life. The film proves once again how relax and light The French about their relationship with the opposite sex.
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on 27 September 2010
If you don't mind watching adulterous scenes throughout the entire film and instead focus on the funny side of the story, it's thoroughly enjoyable! Charlotte Rampling plays the beautiful older woman, who...no I shan't spoil it for you...watch the film yourself. I loved this movie ...I'll probably watch it again in a couple of months!
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