Gemma Bovery

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Aislinn

Quintessential French film. Enjoyable yet strange humor.

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Aviva

Enjoyed a lot. And have never read the novel.

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Cristobal

I honestly believe this is the best interpretation of Madame Bovary. A great film all around.

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