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Sagan by tincolor

Sylvie Testud likes living with/sleeping with/marrying/having children with/divorcing/doing cocaine with/going bankrupt because of/ her group of friends. She’s also a successful author. Not knowing anything about the titular Sagan at all before watching this movie, or even that this was a biographical film, it felt like the plot moved awfully fast. Still, the characters are entertaining enough to keep you watching, even if they are all horrible people that you probably couldn’t stand to be around in real life. An artsy film that feels like it drags even though the plot skips ahead in time constantly. Watchable.

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