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Our review of Great Expectations: A Woman in the Political Arena


Two Ambitious young people cause an accident and decide to shut up. A drama that rebounds as they make their careers. Sylvain Desclous signs a gripping thriller carried by Rebecca Marder, impeccable.

Luxury, calm and voluptuousness.

The slogan would suit this Corsican villa overlooking the Mediterranean perfectly.

Antoine took his girlfriend on vacation to her father.

Both prepare the ENA.

Their ambition, however, is not made of the same wood.

Madeleine is pure and exalted.

Ecologist and feminist, she has it all.

He is weak and obedient.

We will have proof of this during a dinner where the young girl shakes the guests with her direct, fiery remarks.

Normally, at the great oral of the contest, it should be a hit.

This did not fall on deaf ears: at the table, a former secretary of state (Emmanuelle Bercot) spotted the potential of her neighbor.

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We could attribute to it the formula defining the Island of Beauty: often conquered, never submitted.

The future seems all mapped out.

It will take nothing, a stupid middle finger addressed to a native that is overtaken on the road, for things to change.

Antoine fights with the local motorist.

The situation…

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Source: lefigaro

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