“Make love, not war” – young extrovert Bahia Benmahmoud lives by this classic motto. In order to convert them to her cause, she sleeps with her political enemies – which means a lot of men, because every conservative is her enemy. So far, she’s gotten good results. Until she meets Arthur Martin. She figures that with such a common name (there are more than 10,000 Arthur Martins in France), he’s bound to be a bit of a fascist and thus will be hard to convert. But names are treacherous and things aren’t always what they seem. –Semaine de la Critique
How could I totally overlook this film until now is a mystery!!! so great to watch it. what a story. two years later, I guess, never too late.
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