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Stephane Robelin's Mr Stein Goes Online is Cyrano de Bergerac for the age of the internet, a traditional feelgood movie given a modern gloss. It's also a little discomforting, in ways that Robelin may not have entirely thought through.
Recommended for those who like their comedy broad and their more mature cinematic characters brazen.
The film plays out like a weird riff on Cyrano De Bergerac, before turning into something much more morally queasy.
The result is pleasant to watch, even if it leaves behind no powerful trace on the memory.
... draws upon the advantages (and disadvantages) of technology to install themes such as old age, loneliness, love conquest and generational differences. [Full review in Spanish]
Cyrano changes the sword for contact apps. "And at the end I tweeted you." [Full review in Spanish]
Although the film guarantees intermittent laughter, its conflict gives rise to clichés that are widely seen around lies, secrets, entanglements and broken hearts. [Full review in Spanish]
Mistakes, entanglements, vaudeville situations and fresh dialogues make up an entertaining and fun film. [Full review in Spanish]
The film strives to truffle out of entanglement without too much grace or rhythm a series of powerful situations that, tied to the weight of insight, would have aspired to impact. [Full review in Spanish]
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