Romantics Anonymous

Romantics Anonymous
Romantics Anonymous

Year

2011

Duration

79 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

French

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Synopsis

How do two incredibly shy people, who can hardly talk to each other, fall in love? Angelique is a very talented but timid chocolate maker who has been hired to help a struggling small chocolate factory owned by Jean-Rene, who is just as nervous and shy as she is. Their shyness appears in different ways, where Angelique is like a scared mouse, Jean-Rene is abrupt and uncomfortable in company. Unaware that they share this problem, their combined awkwardness gets them into a series of funny situations. Amongst lots of quirky comedy, romantic cliches and chocolate - that classic symbol of love - an unlikely relationship blossoms as they struggle to save the factory.

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12 Classification

This film contains one scene of moderate sex.

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