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A deceptively simple setup: a day’s road trip for a son and dad
(Delivering invitations). There’s piles of obligatory food to be had
(Such generous hospitality conventions).
Familial love and long-held tensions
Are beautifully drawn out. Exquisite balance of the joyous and the sad.

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Christian’s going straight: A new supermarket job where he greets
(In the break room) Marion (from the magical aisle of the sweets).
New friends are connected.
Forklift driving’s perfected.
There’s gentle melancholy, black humour, and dodgy processed meats.

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So the Ocean family traits are ingrained and lasting.
An elaborate scheme. Complex skills. In they go blasting.
It’s an enormously fun ride
Watching these cool women slide
Into a great adventure. Excellent (lead and ensemble) casting.

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90s France. ACT UP folks fighting so hard, but
The state stalls, and out they’re shut.
Brilliant script. Deft direction.
Biscayart’s performance: perfection.
An exquisitely structured punch in the gut.

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Couple Erasmus and Paul: lavish lifestyle; in cable channel’s employ.
Things are interrupted by to arrival of a nameless boy
(Armed with just a bible and a bit of money).
Beautifully written, incredibly funny,
With genuine drama and great performances. A real joy!

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