Little White Lies


Charming if slightly tedious Gallic romance drama

Little White Lies review

A sensational, four-minute unbroken shot gives Little White Lies what might be the most knockout opening scene of 2011.

But from there, things steadily deflate into whimsical indulgence as the Gallic Brangelina – Tell No One director Guillaume Canet and Inception belle Marion Cotillard – team up for this tragicomic tale of thirty/forty-something friends taking a holiday by the sea, drinking wine, eating bread, laughing, crying, flirting, fighting and basically being very, very French.

It’s about an hour too long, not without its charming moments and all probably means a lot more to them than it will to you.

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