|Ms Cotilliard enjoys some "down time"|
I do like Woody slipping in some GOP, Teabagger jokes early. And as the film unravels it gets even more delightful with each passing night of the story.
It was nice to see Alison Pill from Scott Pilgrim in this. And Mimi Kennedy, too. She was so great in In the Loop, "I'm not a monster, Liza."
Plus, Woody's opening Paris version of Manhattan is scrumptuous, as well.