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Teresa

This is not a comedy which it was listed as. It's a very sad drama and not very engaging.

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LaurenS

They're wealthy and in Paris and the first 10 minutes are them bickering. Yikes.

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Paul

Blah ...

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Jonathan

12 minutes in and I don't care.....

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Olivia

A sober look at retirement with joys and regrets. More thought-provoking than depressing. Overall I enjoyed this sweet film.

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