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Skirt Day, which has the feel of a mediocre stage play transplanted to the screen, grows duller and more preposterous as it unfolds, with Adjani's illogical antics becoming shriller and less sympathetic as the standoff stretches on.
Just what is writer-director Jean-Paul Lilienfeld's endgame?
There is significant salvation in the form of a committed lead turn from Isabelle Adjani, which won her a record-breaking fifth Best Actress Cesar.
a stark political satire, exposing all the divisions and frictions - social, sexual, racial, cultural and religious - of a modern multi-cultural France whose fragile sense of identity remains locked in a state of turbulent adolescence.
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