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Paris-Manhattan review

Thirty-something Parisian pharmacist Alice (Alice Taglioni) remains unattached, much to her Jewish family’s consternation.  

No man she meets is a match for the wit and wisdom of her idol, Woody Allen, so what chance does alarm salesman Victor (singer Patrick Bruel) have of conquering her heart, given he’s never seen a single Allen film? 

 

Sophie Lellouche’s slick debut is chock-full of Woody-com quotes and references, yet it remains an inconsequential, undernourished trifle that does sod-all with its potential.

 

Rewatch Manhattan instead.

 

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