You can't sound French unless you can speak authoritatively about the French world of Film & Music & its origins.

Profile: Kevyn Diana, actor

I met Kevyn Diana in a coffee shop in London in 2006, before I learnt French and when he spoke just a little English. At this time, our relationship was characterised by rudimentary insults in the mother tongue of the other.

A Guy's Guide to Culture: A Quadriplegic Takes On The Artist

Like The Artist, Intouchables is very American for a French flick. It has dialogue, for example. Plus, the dialogue isn’t some obscure, existential discourse symbolizing the relation of the royalty to the clergy in post-inquisition rural France—it’s about stuff normal people care about.