Populaire

Populaire
Populaire

Year

2012

Duration

107 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English / French / German

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Synopsis

A village girl chases big dreams in this candy-coloured French delight that pays homage to the American rom-coms of the 1950s. Fun and frothy, the 1958-set tale combines charming performances with witty scripting and gorgeous period styling, as 21-year-old Rose tries to better herself by becoming secretary to a handsome insurance agency boss in a nearby town. Her extraordinary typing skills blow away the charismatic Louis, who decides to enter his fast-fingered employee into a national speed-typing contest. Appointing himself her trainer, he moves Rose into his home and amusingly sets about making her a world champion. But complications arise when they start falling in love, and the spirited Rose starts to resist Louis's commandeering hold over her ambition.

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12 Classification

Contains a moderate sex scene

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