When Alexandre finds a mobile phone he attempts to find its owner which leads him to having a long telephone conversation with Diane. Diane is single, having been married once before and when she speaks to Alexandre on the phone, she can't help but feel slightly enamoured by the smooth talker. Arranging to meet the following day to return the phone, Dianne finally lays eyes on her mystery man and is slightly surprised to see that he's a little shorter than expected.
Though Alexandre isn't exactly what she imagined, Diane is still drawn to him as they had such an initial connection. Alexandre has never let social prejudice get him down - in fact he's doesn't let much stand in his way when it comes to proving that he is just as able as a taller person. Promising to take Diane on an 'unforgettable experience' is just what she needs. The pair begin to spend more and more time together and even though the duo might be an unlikely coupling in the eyes of some of their friends, family and ex-partners, they might just be able to give one another something they've both been missing.
Up for Love is a remake of the 2013 Argentine-Brazilian film Corazón de León which translates as Heart of Lion.
A Parisian couple in their 40s set off on a lengthy trip to pick up their kids from camp in Southern France. Hélène (Carole Bouquet) is a successful attorney who is a beloved, crucial part of her firm. Antoine (Jeane Pierre Darroussin) works for an insurance company, and it's very apparent that this trip has a very different meaning for him. In the movie's early moments, you see that he's dissatisfied with his role in the relationship. He's waiting on her to arrive; she's the one with the demands. He leaves work without any notice.
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