Le Divorce (2003)


I like both leading ladies; and since I still haven’t gotten over France, I thought I’d try to give this 2003 film another watch as I didn’t get to finish it four years ago.

It’s not your average romantic comedy as there’s no main storyline, nor are there odd situations deliberately created. The movie sort of goes on at its own pace. It’s very life-like and speaks of a lot of truths.

It was joyous to listen to sexy French dialogs here and there, seeing the different styles on the two sisters (look at how chic they are!):

… looking at the delicious food served in restaurants (in one scene, this guy had to pay more than $900, pre-tip, for a lunch for his family; he was absolutely bewildered as the portion of the food was so tiny!), and beholding the beautiful streets of Paris….

Similar to films like Chocolat though, I would only want to watch Le Divorce once.


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