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Xavier is back! We find him 5 years after L'AUBERGE ESPAGNOLE - he is now thirty years old. An aspiring novelist, his greatest achievement is a co-credit on an over-the-top TV soap, and his romantic life is equally disappointing. He has one meaningless romantic encounter after another and lines up a confusing series of jobs related to writing - he's a little messed up . . . A chance meeting could be the answer to both his career and love life, but Xavier's lack of direction (and will-power) threatens to turn his good fortune into ultimate heartbreak. Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou, Cecile de France, and Kelly Reilly star.
If you watched L' Auberge Spagnol, then you have to watch Russian Dolls as it is the second part of the series that finishes with Chinese Puzzle. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ricardo Torres
Loved it. Some parte are silly but loved the movie. Can't to watch part 3!Published 2 months ago by Popi
I am a Francophile. This movie features a self-centered man-boy who abuses women. The language used is awful, although not untypical. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Bill Baity
The eagerly awaited sequel (though you can still watch this one without having seen the first one) of "L'Auberge Espagnole". Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aparato SuperSonico
Part of a very interesting, at times humorous and never angry, trilogy about college-age youths as they grow into their professions. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Rene J. Depontbriand
A great sequel to L'Auberge espagnole! A great little jaunt, nothing serious.Published 4 months ago by TheBoyNextDoor
Great film. If you love the series, you will love the 2nd movie in the series.Published 4 months ago by TJ
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I noticed no issues with subs. Some people unfamiliar with French probably do not realize that some dialogue is repeated and therefore not translated again in the subtitles because it was just translated. This avoids redundancy. Or maybe they just had a faulty copy.
Feb 21, 2008 by Gavin D. | See all 2 posts