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An upper middle-class French family celebrates a birthday in a restaurant. In one evening and during one meal, family history, tensions, collective and separate grudges, delights, and ... See full summary »
Three men, three women, opposites, possibilities, and tastes. Castella owns a industrial steel barrel plant in Rouen; Bruno is his flute-playing driver, Franck is his temporary bodyguard ... See full summary »
Martine and Jacques knew their friend before he became an important television personality, but have not seen him for over ten years. They are hospitable people - witness the fact that they... See full summary »
After his wife leaves him for another man, Jacques hires a housekeeper, Laura, to keep his Paris apartment in order. As he starts increasing her hours and spending more time with her on her... See full summary »
A second-class horror movie has to be shown at Cannes Film Festival, but, before each screening, the projectionist is killed by a mysterious fellow, with hammer and sickle, just as it happens in the film to be shown.
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Laura is still waiting for Prince Charming at the age of 24. So when Sandro appears at a party, exactly like her Prince would in her dreams, she thinks she's found the right one. But then ... See full summary »
Ten years after their Upper Sixth, Bruno, Momo, Leon and Alain meet together in the waiting room of a maternity hospital. The father of the awaited baby is Tomasi, their best friend at that... See full summary »
Even if this movie is less known and less successful than "Un air de
famille" or "Cuisine et Dépendances", the awesome plays turned to movies by
the duo Jaoui/Bacri, this Sam Kalman film describes both some unbearable
of living of middle-class, preppie type people, and also a most delicate
subject: some of your children may be stupid and you may hate
Even if it sometimes takes the easy way by criticizing (properly) dentists
and doctors, I think it's even less conventional than the successful plays
of the same author, the dialogues are not crafted to kill, characters are
really touching and are not hidden behind their lines, and this Kennedy
story is just another delirium that adds to the general funny
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