What's In A Name? (2013)
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In the film, slick real estate agent Vincent (French cinema superstar Patrick Bruel) is about to become a father. At a meeting with family and childhood friends he announces the name of his future son, but the scandalous moniker ignites a discussion that brings the group's past bubbling to the surface - with hilarious, dramatic, and altogether unbelievable results.
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Critic Reviews for What's In A Name?
This is frivolous verbal jousting elevated to a blood sport by people who are much more resilient than they let on.
What starts as an entertaining exposé of Parisian society eventually becomes exhausting.
Frequently delightful, full of ribald humor and compelling, intelligent debate.
An unborn's unlikely moniker is the simple but effective motor of What's in a Name?
Audience Reviews for What's In A Name?
Even funnier than Polanski's Carnage, this French comedy also adapted from a play boasts a dynamic direction that always maintains the pace, focusing on a constant dialogue that is well written, smart and hilarious - and helped by a very sharp cast.
Another French dinner-with-friends comedy based on a play. It's no Dinner de Cons but it is not too far behind. Genuinely funny.
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