Katia Lewkowicz

Pourquoi tu Pleures?

Katia Lewkowicz :: France :: 2010 :: 1h39

A few days before his marriage, Arnaud finds himself alone surrounded by his future family-in-law with who speak another language, decisions to take for the wedding, his friends who want to help, his apartment in the middle of a serious renovation, perhaps in love with a girl he just met, a sister who has too much on her plate, a mother who has lost it a while ago and a bride-to-be who has gone missing. Everyone needs answers, but most of all him. Arnaud holds his head to keep it from exploding.

As you can imagine, there is a lot of talking going on. The lack of conviction on the part of Arnaud towards his future keeps you wondering all the way through to the end will-he-or-won’t-he. Either way, there is not too much happiness to go around in this glum look at modern life, with unattractive characters, dirty streets, messy apartments, a million things to do and mobile phones ringing in peoples heads. There is certainly enough of a reason to cry.