Charming thirty-year-old Hanna Belkacem has inherited the gene from her parents: she is unable to say no. And as she is the Director of Human resources of a big firm such infirmity is not ...
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Thibault de Montalembert,
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Lou de Laâge,
Charming thirty-year-old Hanna Belkacem has inherited the gene from her parents: she is unable to say no. And as she is the Director of Human resources of a big firm such infirmity is not without its problems, particularly when she has to fire someone. The only solution she has found to be forgiven is to... get laid with the men she lays off! One day, not wanting to upset someone as she is wont to, she finds herself in a very embarrassing situation: she is mistaken for a former school-friend of a hospital doctor mourning his mother. She of course goes to bed with him. As a result, Dr. Paul Martin falls in love with her while mistaking her once again... for a prostitute this time!Written by
Tackles so many issues and manages to tackle them well, all while finding yourself rooting for the characters. Vimala Pons and Mehdi Djaadi are superb. The Algerian diaspora in France has not been taken on much on film and it was very interesting and fascinating, and also universally significant (migration). Seeing the push-pull of religion and the conflict of adapting to a new country while trying to keep your identity. Also brilliantly treats sex workers and gender, while also managing to be funny.
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