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A fresh and colourful romantic comedy about typing? Surely some mistake? Au contraire. French director Régis Roinsard makes his debut with this enormously fun period piece set in the 1950s that plays like a cross between
. Déborah François plays Rose, a small-town girl whose flying fingers take her up in the world when Louis (the charismatic Romain Duris, who made his reputation with
) spots her talent and enters her in a series of typewriting contests. Love, on the other hand, seems just out of touching distance, as the attractive Louis is a die-hard bachelor who keeps her at arm's length.
is not completely predictable, though it does hark back to those sassy, screwball love stories that Hollywood used to churn out in the 1930s. In supporting roles, Bérénice Bejo (
) and Miou-Miou (
The Science of Sleep
) add a touch more sparkle.
Premiere. A woman desperate to escape her small-town roots applies for a job as a secretary at an advertising agency. Her ability to type quickly catches the eye of an executive, who trains her to take part in a speed-typing contest. Comedy set in the 1950s, starring Deborah Francois, Romain Duris and Berenice Bejo. In French, English and German.
Cast & Crew
French, English, German +subtitles
a sex scene
DVD and Blu-ray
31 May 2013
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