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"enjoyed this film..Blazing hot sunshine with sultry winds rustling the leaves on the trees..It show how superior is the French landscape compared to our drizzley scenery. The film falls away in the second half after a promising start..The story is centred on a beautiful winsome,impoverished girl whose heart is broken by the local wealthy son...It oozes tenderness and softness amount the incredible summers landscape. However it descends into banality in the second half,because the plot leaves behind the tender girl and centres on her father (Auteil) He overdoes it and hams it up,so that it transfers into a part farce part caricature of itself. It is old fashioned but never too sentimental,just tender..Worth seeing just for the vivid beauty of the summer countryside,and the natural good looks of the female lead.Probably not for the average Time Out reader"

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