The French love Woody Allen, so a French Woody Allen comedy is a natural. Twenty-year-old Michele (Audrey Tatou), a part-time model, is restless and unhappy. She's broken up with her boyfriend, is estranged from her mother (Catherine Jacob) and stepfather (Philippe Laudenbach) and has just had an abortion. So she seeks solace in religion, rejecting Catholicism and embracing first Buddhism, then Judaism. The appeal of Judaism lies largely in the person of older veterinarian Francois (Edouard Baer), a self-hating bundle of contradictions who sees anti-semitism at every turn, excoriating poor, well-meaning Michele for offenses as minor as saying Holocaust rather than S...