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I have no idea what was in the mind of Eros Vlahos, when he made this.
This is not funny, while it seems to be made with the intention of making the viewer laugh. There was literally 0 reason to travel to Paris to make this. Anywhere else it could have been the same, because the main "plot" happens inside a house, and that house could have been anywhere. Again, like in Up In The Roof, the creator used the well- known name and current success of Maisie Williams to gain founding and make a "film". If he did this out of his own money, he wasted his own money, which is his personal problem. If someone actually founded this, that person must be insane.
I really like the non-Game of Thrones works of Maisie, but this was unbearable.
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