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Neuilly Sa Mere - DVD DVD – 25 gen 2011

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2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Very Enjoyable Movie...If You Get French Humor 8 ottobre 2013
Di Heather Y. - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD
This is the story of a Franco-Algerian teen from the projects, Sami, who gets sent to live with his well-married (read: rich) aunt. There is definitely a lot social commentary about race relations and stereotypes between the rich, catholic, ultra-traditional folk of centrally-located Parisian suburb Neuilly (where Sami goes to live) and the poor, immigrant-filled exurbs of Paris where he was raised. However, more than anything else, this is a funny movie.

Another reviewer felt that this movie espoused "liberal" views and made all the white people out to look bad. The fact is that nobody, not even Sami, is spared, and yet, in typical French fashion (they are less inclined to extremes, French Revolution notwithstanding) nobody is completely evil either, just human. Suffice to say that all the major characters make mistakes and poor judgment calls at some point.

A lot of the humor revolves around the absurd situation of Sami's same-aged cousin, Charles, holding the political views of someone twice his age, and his fondness for now-ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy, former mayor of Neuilly. There are several one-liners inspired by Sarkozy's political campaigns and speeches. Another funny and ironic situation would be Sami's hatred of Franco-Algerian soccer star and national hero, Zinedine Zidane. These jokes would, of course, be lost on anyone not familiar with the inspiration. As has been said by the title of another movie, some things are just "lost in translation".
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4.0 su 5 stelle great movie 15 dicembre 2010
Di LoneRanger - Pubblicato su
I would probably not have written this comment if I hadn't read the previous review... Somewhat like Welkome back Kotter, this movie is - indeed - about people's differences. But there is no trace of racism, in the negative sense of the term. Just like Welkome back Kotter, you need to speak (and understand)the language pretty well and know a minimum about the characters' original culture as well as their situation as immigrants. The person who believes that this movie is Merde in France obviously doesn't meet these two conditions ; which is indeed difficult when you belong to another culture.
We love to watch this movie with the kids and wished that there would be more movies of this kind.
Together with Welkome back Kotter, I believe this is one of the few movies where people laugh of each others differences instead of criticizing each other.
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1.0 su 5 stelle a truly awful film 15 novembre 2010
Di Bachelier - Pubblicato su
The plot: a young boy from the banlieue (suburbs that circle Paris with anonymous concrete block apartments housing multi-generation illegal and legal North-African Arabs and other low income folks) gets a "chance" when his Aunt, who has married well and lives in the posh Paris suburb of Neuilly, suggests he comes to live with them and go to school there. Of course, everyone who is white is a horrible racist or classicist, and the boy's Aunt is tolerated because she is 1) drop dead gorgeous, 2) conforming, and 3) well-educated and a lawyer.

The family lives in a Mansion. They improbably have a Thai maid who only speaks English.

There is a running "gag" of the fact that hte boy doesn't eat pork. The French love pork. All the kids torture the boy with pork throughout. Pork pork pork pork pork.

Viewers of this film have been porked allright.

The young boy, despite his treatment, sets out to win the heart of the prettiest-blond-girl-in-school....(the male Arab obsession with blonds is insane, and the stereotype is perpetuated here....oooppsss! It isn't a stereotype!). Guess what! By the end he does!!!

A bunch of liberal codswallop. In the movie, white teen age boys are violent liars, but the facts are that in males age 14 to 30 of North African descent commit over 50% of petty crimes! And those are just the ones the lazy Police even bother to document! In the movie, Catholic schools are nothign but hiding places for racist elitists, but the FACTS are that Catholic Schools in France educate Arabs and Muslims without discrimination, and when Franco-Arab parents can and have the choice THEY PICK CATHOLIC SCHOOLS FOR THEIR CHILDREN!

Really, there is something to offend everyone in this horrible treacly propaganda.

This is the single biggest piece of merde ever produced in France. It is a LIE from start to finish and is evidence again of the futility of the bien pensant idiots and their horrible social engineering which has brought France to its knees. Every copy of this DVD should be rounded up and provide the fuel for a bonfire on which to immolate these idiots.

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