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August 28, 2014 8:00 AM

‘A Five Star Life’ is all about living high but crying inside: 2.5 stars

What sounds good on paper looks pretty dreary on film. What takes hotel inspector Irene Lorenzi (Margherita Buy) most of the movie to figure out — that life on the road, though paved with gold, can prove tedious — becomes clear to viewers within the first few minutes.

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