“Everybody Loves Jeanne” is witty melancholic perfection

Romantic comedy doesn’t exactly hit the nail on the head for women over 30. So when a movie gets it right, it sits with you for quite a while. As with Céline Devaux’ feature film debut, Everyone loves Jeanne. Jeanne Mayar’s (Blanche Gardin) life doesn’t exactly go according to plan. Just as her career as an environmentalist is about to take it to the next level, a mishap with her self-propelled ocean cleaning machine causes all of her investors to pull out at the last minute, effectively bankrupting her.

Now awash in debt, she has no choice but to take her brother Simon’s (Maxence Tual) advice and travel to Lisbon, clear out their late mother’s huge apartment and put it up for sale. Jeanne has actively avoided her childhood home and the tragic circumstances surrounding her mother’s death over the past year. Going back there is the last thing she wants to do.

https://www.cheatsheet.com/entertainment/everybody-loves-jeanne-cannes-review.html/ “Everybody Loves Jeanne” is witty melancholic perfection

Dais Johnston

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