Is it a stylish parody of the Doris Day, battle-of-the-sexes Fifties comedies or just a fluffy, empty-headed French farce? Populaire mainly comes across as the latter. It's 1958, and Déborah François's naive Rose has just landed a secretarial post with Romain Duris's dashing boss. He challenges her to win a speed-typing contest, and she agrees. A sort of My Fair Lady without the songs and Rex Harrison.