During the Great Depression, the fractious residents of a Parisian neighborhood unite to revive their local music hall; meanwhile the manager (Gerard Jugnot) struggles to regain custody of his son, the owner (Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu) vies with a labor organizer (Clovis Cornillac) for the affections of a charming new singer (Nora Arnezeder), and a two-bit comedian (Kad Merad) develops a gratifying new sideline speaking at anti-Semitic rallies. Director Christophe Barratier (The Chorus) seems to be emulating the populist films of Rene Clair and Henri-Georges Clouzot, and he’s helped considerably by the cinematography of Tom Stern and the stellar production design of Jean Rabasse. But the movie is essentially a pastiche, as musty as a flea market. In French with subtitles.