Critic Reviews for Madame
Though uneven in parts, this English-language debut of French writer-turned-film-maker Amanda Sthers is breezy and light.
[Toni Collette] makes the audience believe rich people problems are worthy of sympathy, even if the character in question is far from likeable.
Outside of the performances by Rossy De Palma, Michael Smiley and a couple of funny one-liners, Madame is border-line broken.
Enter at your own peril. And also be warned that Collette issues one of the few complete performance misfires of her career with a very loud bang.
The premise is fun and the Paris setting gorgeous, yet this would be Cinderella story with a twist prickles with contrivance.
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