This is a lovely, gentle film that shows up a lot of Hollywood so-called Rom-Coms as the box-ticking parade of cliches they really are. It almost slips by without you noticing, until you find you're utterly immersed in the characters and their intimate world.
Audrey Tatou is terrific as Nathalie, and is the clear centre of the film. Virtually every man in the movie idolises her, even fetishises her, and it's clear she can barely take it, closing herself off in a blinkered focus on work. Until she steps out of that zone at the most unimaginable moment, which kick-starts the rest of the film.
The supporting cast are also pretty good, including her best friend, her slimy boss, and (especially) her parents and grandmother.
This has less overt Rom and indeed Com than most studio fares, but it's so much the better for it. It's subtle, touching, occasionally genuinely moving and sad, occasionally wryly funny. It feels genuine and understated. Recommended, especially if you are a fan of Audrey Tatou.