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Hector is a quirky psychiatrist who has become increasingly tired of his humdrum life. As he tells his girlfriend, Clara, he feels like a fraud: he hasn't really tasted life, and yet he's offering advice to patients who are just not getting any happier. So Hector decides to break out of his deluded and routine driven life. Armed with buckets of courage and child-like curiosity, he embarks on a global quest in hopes of uncovering the elusive secret formula for true happiness.


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    No Maturity Rating | Not Worth Your Time

    Based on a 2002 French book by François Lelord, the title promises both something of substance and levity. But the film doesn't deliver much of either. It may be attempting to comment on dissatisfied, childlike adults who, like Peggy Lee, wonder if this is all there is. It also may be trying to explore the beauty of leaving one's comfort zone and taking scary, emotional leaps. But what emerges come off more like a British man-child's Eat, Pray, Love or, more accurately, Dally, Languish, Return.

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Okfor ages12+