French vs. American social customs and behaviors are observed in a story about an American visiting her Frenchman-wed sister in Paris.
Le Divorce was portrayed as a comedy/romance/slapstick but it turned out as a heavy handed drama instead. Le Divorce was long winded and drawn out, the acting was good but I felt like the movie wasn't quite sure what it wanted to be.
Between the French/American crossing over of traditions and beliefs, the family history, the art and the relationships it didn't quite come together as well as it should have despite the quickie sum up at the end. I love Kate Hudson but I don't think this was one of her better choice of films to play in.