Vet provocateur Bertrand Blier finds a subject that fits his outsized drama in “How Much Do You Love Me?,” around an office laborer who utilizes a lottery fortune to lure a whore into domestic joy. Blier’s thought on magnificence versus shleppiness, mercenary temptation versus genuine sentiment, and money as an inspiring element in sexual craving is altogether charming, if marginally extended.
As the down to earth hooker, Monica Bellucci is in a perfect world used to flabbergast, titillate and get the judgment terminating. Nearby and seaward auds ought to succumb to this one, finishing the late B.O. dry season for Blier’s motion pictures.