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My kind of movie. I loved it!
I don't get what's meaningful in this film, definitely won't recommend this to anyone.
Nice acting, nice story. Another love story, but rather unexpected. The bourgeois man is the unlikely hero of the group of spanish maids after hiring a young maid, nice, resourceful and somewhat beautiful. He becomes aware of their troubles and root for them, helping in many ways he can. After some time, he grows a mid-life crisis where he realizes he misses some adventure, and some unpredictability. He finds all this by rejoining the ladies. This happens in a past, modern, but still already half a century away. It is a joyous film with many clichés that are undermined masterfully. We wish evolution to proceeds like this. No need for revolution. Thoughtful from beginning to end.
The Women on the Sixth Floor is an unintelligent and unoriginal french comedy despite its decent sense of humor
French movies are always beautiful!
Warm-hearted and a bit silly French boulevard comedy set in Paris of 60s starring the excellent Fabrice Luchini as a stockbroker who gets to know some Spanish maids. Likey.
Pleasant, amusing, nicely observed, bittersweet fairytale. Luchini is perfect in the role as a bourgeois investment banker who finds new purpose in helping to ease the living conditions of les bonnes au sixieme, where he finally (and perhaps rather unnecessarily) also finds love. A film that strives to be light, pleasant and amusing rather than high art or serious social commentary, and succeeds.
It's not that it's powerful, just that it's easy to feel simpathetic with those women.
Un gran reparto en una historia que muchos condenan por los clichés pero que realmente no están mal, le da un toque muy divertido.