French may be the most beloved language of most women or romantics, not because of its sole grammatical appeal, but more because people think it sounds romantic. In my opinion, the language is more secretive and exclusive. I love how it sounds like you're both saying something and nothing at all, not because of its so-called romanticism. My sister has learnt this language for a good month or so back in CCF in Indonesia when she was there on vacation. For a great first few months in Germany, I have enjoyed watching several french films, this one being one of my very favourites, Jeux d'enfants -- which translates literally as playground.
You may recognize it better with its english title, Love Me If You Dare. Again, with the foreign language, there's a bonus cultural point there. This movie is probably one of the earliest films Marion Cotillard has ever starred in, I don't know. But I enjoy seeing a younger Marion Cotillard in the cinematography world. This movie was released in 2003, although it somehow looks older than that. The humbleness of this film is ever so lovely, as if showing a different version of France than what most people have in mind when one mention France.
Normally, a story with a dramatic plot isn't my taste but I love the unique idea with the dares that went for years based on a can. A little secret that posed far too dangerous for them. This film portrays exactly how people would look like if they live as children their whole lives -- playground, indeed. In the end, Julien and Sophie never grew up and probably never will. What a playful and wonderful life, had reality never kicked back. I totally recommend it. Anyway, have a great Friday and weekend, all! Cheerio!