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Chinese Puzzle (French: Casse-tête chinois) is a French comedy-drama film written and directed by Cédric Klapisch. It is the third chapter of the Spanish Apartment trilogy, after L'Auberge Espagnole () and Les Poupées russes ( Russian Dolls, ). Comedy · A year-old father's life is complicated when the mother of his two children moves to New York. Since he can't bear them growing up far away from him, he decides to move there as well. Audience Reviews for Chinese Puzzle (Casse-tête chinois). A romantic comedy masterpiece; genuinely heartfelt and funny, it's the third part in a series that began with Pot Luck and was followed by Russian Dolls but can be seen without prior knowledge. The cast are joyous, the photography is beautiful and the film feels.
May 16, I bring this up as a way of explaining my very negative reaction to "Chinese Puzzle," the latest film from writer/director Cedric Klapisch and the third part of his ostensible "Auberge Espagnole" trilogy. Said trilogy, which began with 's "L' Auberge Espagnole" and continued with 's "Les Poupées. May 15, “The next Proust” is the dubious marketing tag applied to Xavier Rousseau ( Romain Duris), a flighty, footloose novelist, by his editor in “Chinese Puzzle,” the French filmmaker Cédric Klapisch's airborne romantic comedy. So what if there is nothing remotely Proustian about Xavier, the womanizing charmer. : Chinese Puzzle () (Casse-tête chinois) [ NON-USA FORMAT , Blu-Ray, Reg.B Import - France ]: Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou, Cécile De France, Kelly Reilly, Sandrine Holt, Flore Bonaventura, Jochen Hägele, Benoît Jacquot, Pablo Mugnier-Jacob, Margaux Mansart, Cedric Klapisch, Chinese Puzzle.
"Chinese Puzzle" ( release from France; min.; original title "Casse-tête chinois") brings the ongoing story of Xavier, now a 40 old father of 2 small kids, and his never-ending struggles with life in general, and women in particular. When we last saw Xavier, almost 10 years ago, he ended up happily in the arms of. May 17, WARNING: SPOILERS. “I have a problem with the ending,” the French publisher of French novelist Xavier Rousseau (Romain Duris), now living in New York, tells him at the end of “Chinese Puzzle.” “It's a horrendously happy ending.” So it is. The middle is a problem, too. The French publisher, by the way.