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2014 1h 44m Comedy List
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Muriel (Sandrine Kiberlain), a divorced beautician with two children, is shocked when Vincent Lacoix (Laurent Lafitte), her celebrity crush, knocks on her door looking for help. Read More Read Less
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Critics Reviews

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Jordan Mintzer Hollywood Reporter The price of fame and the cost of fandom come crashing together in some amusingly suspenseful ways in Elle l'adore, the debut feature from French actress-turned-director Jeanne Herry. Aug 31, 2015 Full Review Ben Sachs Chicago Reader This drily comic French thriller marks the feature debut of writer-director Jeanne Herry, whose deceptively calm surfaces and psychologically nuanced characterizations prove her a worthy student of Claude Chabrol. Jul 30, 2015 Full Review Peter Debruge Variety A clever example of mainstream French cinema from the daughter of Miou-Miou and Julien Clerc. May 6, 2015 Full Review Allen Almachar The MacGuffin The narrative never ratchets up to high gear. Rated: C Jul 14, 2020 Full Review Sarah Boslaugh TheArtsStl ...a character study of a young woman who is more disturbed than she seems at first glance... Rated: 6/10 Oct 3, 2018 Full Review Kieron Tyler The Arts Desk Despite the promising yet contrived scenario, Elle L'Adore has too many component parts. It's a shaggy dog story which doesn't add up to a lot. Rated: 3/5 Nov 20, 2017 Full Review Read all reviews

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Audience Member trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2XNDcAP5W7k Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/24/23 Full Review Audience Member So if the Frenchies invented the dénouement - how come they never bloody use it???!! No, this is actually one of the very reasons I love French cinema even if every ending leaves you more or less frustrated. Was prepared for a light-hearted comedy, perhaps from what I'd read in the Ciné Lumière's programme. Was not prepared for this tense, dark detective drama with interestingly irrational, unreliable characters, a number of unpredictable plot twists and a twinpeaksy overnight change of hair colour to boot! The disturbing opening scene evokes the real-life incident/accident involving Cantat-Trintignant in 2003. Rated 4 out of 5 stars 01/15/23 Full Review Audience Member OK; but the story is indeed rather unconvincing. Rated 2 out of 5 stars 02/04/23 Full Review Read all reviews
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Movie Info

Synopsis Muriel (Sandrine Kiberlain), a divorced beautician with two children, is shocked when Vincent Lacoix (Laurent Lafitte), her celebrity crush, knocks on her door looking for help.
Director
Jeanne Herry
Producer
Alain Attal, Hugo Sélignac
Screenwriter
Jeanne Herry, Gaëlle Macé
Production Co
TF1 Films Productions, Les Productions du Trésor, Egérie Productions, Chi-Fou-Mi Productions, Studio Canal
Genre
Comedy
Original Language
French (France)
Release Date (Streaming)
Mar 12, 2017
Runtime
1h 44m
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