Review of: L'Omlette 

reviewed by Scramby on 03/30/2006
Drawn out
Was the french accents real, or just put on by the actors? If they we're real, I apologize, because they seemed fake and somewhat forced, and I don't think they helped the dramaticness (is that even a word?) of the film. I think the acting seemed a little off for some reason. I can't quite put my finger on it, but it didn't seem natural. The camera work was fine, and the sound was adaquate. Some areas seemed too "foleyed" however. Overall, it was a decent little film.

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