The Women on the 6th Floor
Les femmes du 6e étage

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Tadzio

Should really be the women on the 7th floor (because of the rez) but what are you going to do...

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Edwin

Wonderful!

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Lenore

I saw this once and love Fabrice Luchini so will watch it again. Catch him in "Gemma Bovary".

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Caroline

Loved this film for the beautiful scenery and music, as well as the strong female cast and impressive bilingual performances.

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Simon

I smiled and laughed a lot with Jean-Louis and the women on the 6th floor... A great feel good comedy, highly recommended!

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