Thirtyfive Something | Chicago Reader

Thirtyfive Something

Warning: this French knockoff of Sex and the City includes a scene with its three attractive Parisians bopping around a living room to Gloria Gaynor's “I Will Survive.” Even before that atrocity, this is pretty familiar stuff, though first-time writer-director Cecile Telerman invests the bourgeois moping with considerable intelligence. Mathilde Seigner (With a Friend Like Harry) is a sharp-tongued single lawyer with cash-flow problems and a series of dud boyfriends, Judith Godreche is a sweet mother and nurse who's grown tired of supporting her smug painter husband, and the always striking Anne Parillaud (Sex Is Comedy) is a put-upon advertising exec whose spouse has disappeared into his corporate job. In French with subtitles. 105 min.


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