Like a massage of just one foot, it's not unpleasant but it isn't funny.
French comic Jérôme Commandeur directs his first feature all by himself and, judging by the number of cameos, he had a lot of dirt on a lot of people. The cast's a who's who of French cinema, ranging from Christian Clavier to Gérard Depardieu, but, sadly, the film comes across as eclectic as its cameos.
While the main plot hesitates between a rom-com and a satire of civil servants, the rest of the film feels like a series of more or less (but mostly less) comedic skits.
Like I said, I didn't hate it but if someone could please tell me what happens in the last 10 minutes? I may have dozed off.