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VINE VOICEon 10 December 2012
I spent quite a long time snorting with laughter while watching this. M. Pignon is a great comic creation, although to be honest (as others have observed) he's the only really sympathetic character in the film; M. Brochant, who has invited Pignon as his candidate for the biggest idiot at le diner des cons, pretty much deserves everything he gets as a result of this. (I particularly like the scene where Pignon's colleague from the Ministry of Finance is asked to come over to reveal the location of the love nest where Brochant's wife has supposedly gone, resulting in Brochant having to hide all his art works and valuables to avoid being identified as the potential target of a tax audit... which, naturally, all goes wrong).

In the end, it's a good evening's entertainment; it probably doesn't bear frequent re-watching, but is worth having in reserve to pull out on a wet Sunday.
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