Xavier is a 40-year-old father of two who still finds life very complicated. When the mother of his children moves to New York, he can’t bear them growing up far away from him and so he decides to move there as well.
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The second one was better than the first and I have to say that this one is better than the second, I was very happy with the storyline and the end. Another good point is the photography of NY. Nice Job!
It's a ninety minute sitcom, cheesy and de-politicized. It's Euro Trash. It's the Gallic version of the Before... series with none of Linklater's subtleties and cleverness. It drowns in cliches and platitues. And yet, I could watch anything starring Roman...
Pleasant enough but lacks a strong central theme. It seems to be about love, then happiness, then an all-encompassing idea of "life". In the end, the message is unclear and so are the characters. Still, Romain Duris does a great job conveying exactly what goes on in his head and Cédric Klapisch isn't less impressive in showing it.
Relieved to report that this is as good as the first two movies. Certainly helps to watch them in sequence, though. Like others have said, it brings to mind the (much superior) Before... trilogy; a three part document of love, friendship and life as youth turns to middle age.
Sympathique. D'un hédonisme superficiel. On se prend à croire que les ruptures, les infidélités ne sont rien qu'un remou et que tout ce beau monde forme une belle famille. A New York, tout est possible ! Xavier n'est pas Antoine Doinel, ni Klapisch Truffaut, mais on passe un bon moment. Une comédie, ça sert à nous alléger un moment du poids de la vie, après tout !
I feel that following Russian Dolls, Chinese puzzle needed to be more uplifting a light-hearted and was a great film to end the trilogy showing-Spoiler- that some people need to grow apart to truly match each other