Brittany Runs a Marathon
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At once innocent and darkly knowing with frivolity tying those two strands together. It's never hilarious or gut-wrenching, but burns with an idyllic warmth almost unique to this sort of British comedy.
All the bangs and flashes are in the right place, though virtually none of the characters are developed. It's an over-produced chase scene, but most thrillers are little more. Yet Cavayé is able to evoke the odd slice of emotion amongst all of the 'don't think too hard on this one' action. Simple plot? Yes. Well done? Yes. But 'Point Blank' was better.
As a comedy, it's not particularly funny. As a drama, it's not particularly moving. Efira in particular does her best, but the film lacks structure and the scenes play like disparate episodes rather than a narrative.