"like a comic strip"

Film I'm a huge fan of Cédric Klapisch's The Spanish Apartment/L'auberge espagnole/Pot Luck (the title depends on the territory in which you watch) and its sequel Les Poupées russes/The Russian Dolls, huge romantic films about twentysometings falling in love across Europe so I'm extremely pleased hear that he's turning them in to a trilogy:
"It’s a chance to talk about how time passes, how we’re different at 40 than we were at 25, how the problems are different when you’re a student, when you get a job, when you form a couple and start a family,” said Klapisch, who’s married to French actress and director Lola Doillon (daughter of director Jacques Doillon), with whom he has a four-year-old son.

“And it’s a chance to get back to the style of L’Auberge espagnole, which I like a lot: almost like a comic strip, with off-camera narration and an off-centre approach to reality. I can’t do that in my other films.”
According to the imdb it's to be called Chinese Puzzle and Romain Duris, Audrey Tautou, Cécile De France and yes indeed, Kevin Bishop are all back.

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