Russian Dolls

Russian Dolls

Russian Dolls

Three years after Cédric Klapisch’s international hit The Spanish Apartment, arrives his zestful sequel featuring an equally impressive international cast of endearing faces including Romain Duris and Audrey Tautou. 

Catches up with Xavier (Duris), now 30 and well past his student shenanigans. A struggling writer in Paris, unfulfilled professionally & personally, he’s in search of the cure: his ‘perfect woman’. His commitment to the cause is sound: trying it with many a lady from from Paris to London to St Petersburg. "It's a film about that point in life where you're trying to keep alive the possibilities of youth in the sobering knowledge that middle age is just around the corner."

2006125 minsFrance, UK
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Variety

Variety

press

Klapisch wields digital effects for maximum humor, emphasizing the hypocrisy seemingly built into publishing, media, fashion and other hip realms...

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

It's a Euro-romance and, if it seems a little clunky at times, threatening to come adrift on the horns of Xavier's e, its charm always wins you back...

New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Drags, although, like its predecessor it's visually engaging, with split-screen effects, hip locations and snazzy editing that incorporates fantasy moments...

3.0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Russian Dolls might not have as many layers as its namesake but when it's this sweet and feisty, it doesn't really matter...

3.0
BBC

BBC

press

Klapisch has rounded up another impressive cast yet saddles them with a sporadically amusing and disappointingly superficial script...

2.0
Variety

Variety

press

Klapisch wields digital effects for maximum humor, emphasizing the hypocrisy seemingly built into publishing, media, fashion and other hip realms...

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

It's a Euro-romance and, if it seems a little clunky at times, threatening to come adrift on the horns of Xavier's e, its charm always wins you back...

New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

press

Drags, although, like its predecessor it's visually engaging, with split-screen effects, hip locations and snazzy editing that incorporates fantasy moments...

3.0
Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

press

Russian Dolls might not have as many layers as its namesake but when it's this sweet and feisty, it doesn't really matter...

3.0
BBC

BBC

press

Klapisch has rounded up another impressive cast yet saddles them with a sporadically amusing and disappointingly superficial script...

2.0

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