A recently dumped man awaits a reconciliation text message from his ex during a seemingly never-ending family dinner.
The film is set exactly 38 days after Adrien’s girlfriend Sonia declared she needed a break from their relationship and disappeared. On his way to a family dinner with his sister’s fiancé, Adrien sends a text message to Sonia to break the silence, but she does not respond. The never-ending family dinner continues and Adrien feels nervous and fidgety, constantly checking his phone. Then his future brother-in-law asks him to give a speech at his wedding. Will Adrien get a message back from Sonia? Will he give a good speech for the wedding?
The Speech is a film adaptation of French writer Fabrice Caro’s novel of the same name. This heart-touching classic French romantic comedy certainly has a lot to enjoy, including Benjamin Lavernhe’s outstanding acting and bubbly, witty lines. (CHUN Jinsu)
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