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‘MILF’ A French Comedy on Netflix: Watch or Skip?

MILF is an erotic comedy film available for users on the online streaming platform, Netflix. Read on to know the basic plot and whether to give it a watch or no!

Summary

The movie has three protagonists namely Elise, Sonia, and Cecile. All three of them being in their 40s have a certain mid-life crisis of their own. They plan a trip to the South of France spending leisure time in Cecile’s beach house and add some naughtiness to their previously wretched life.

MILF: Worth a Watch or Skip?

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MILF streaming now on Netflix
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Anyone who knows what MILF stands for (Mothers I Love to F**k) will agree that it is far from a compliment. On the other hand, for the director who also plays Elise, it is not the same. She tends to portray this term in a rather funny way. However, the movie is far away from what actually comedy stands for. The movie just shows this woman trio high on lust and getting involved with handsome and young athletic boys for fun.

Mostly such movies show men exploring their lust but MILF tends to add a feminist approach to it. However, it fails due to a bad storyline, low dry humor, and just steamy sex scenes. The audience fails to have any emotional connection with any character and the narrative isn’t as strong as it should be.

The story also features three boys Paul, Julien, and Markus who run a sailing school and fall for the women immediately. Soon the three boys find a match for themselves in the three much older ladies. The story drags with banality with their multiple encounters and eventually, the movie has a predictable bittersweet climax.

So overall, MILF starts as a raunchy seductive film but has a mediocre script and poor narration by the director. Somehow, the movie ends up being offensive and dull which is neither funny nor romantic.

Pratiksha Rawat
Pratiksha Rawat
Pratiksha is an Engineering Graduate who pursues writing as a hobby. She is passionate about reading poems, articles, quotes and equally enthusiastic about writing them.

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