Five years after their year together in Barcelona, the exuberant flatmates from 2002’s L’aberge espagnole reunite for a Russian wedding. With their student days behind them, they are close to 30 and facing career and relationship issues, yet remain young at heart.
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"What's all this shit about love? How do we get so nuts? The time we waste! When you're alone, you cry, "Will I find her?" When you're not- "Does she love me as much as I love her?" "Can we love more than one person in a lifetime?" Why do we split up? All these fucking questions! You can't say we're uninformed. We read love stories, fairy tales, novels. We watch movies. Love, love, love...! "
don't know why a man i used to know had a high opinion about this one. i think the story itself is pointless. just a guy in his late 20s trying to figure out who he want to fuck for the rest of his life. i am more than sure he won't ever find it. sorry, i don't like stories like these. give me inspiration
A bit better than "L'auberge espagnole" in terms of cinematography and music, but not much else. The character development wasn't as contrasted as in the first one, and the premise as a whole was ill-conceived. The characters as a whole, however, are still likeable.
Just like L'Auberge he repeats songs quite a bit, but at least he picks some good'uns. They did a good job of presenting the "Russian dolls" concept at the end of the film, and it does make you wonder the answer to that question. A stylish film, to be sure. I'd probably watch another one if they make a trilogy out of it. Getting a bit tired fo Romain Duris, though.