Thursday, June 23, 2011

The Break-up Artist (2009): review: 3/10

A girl runs an agency which helps young couples seperate. It suffers from competition from a rival agency and, losing clients, the heroine accepts a commission to re-connect a man with his ex. The man is an art teacher and is quite sensitive.

All this is narrated by a girl with one of those very squeaky nasal American accents.

Slick, somewhat charmless film, lacking the freshness of real life about it, and featuring many smug women: however I found it just about watchable.

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