Squale, an ace spy, is called back from South America to carry out a tough operation. Goal: dismantle an international arms traffic masterminded by an important French government official. ... See full summary »
Alex wants to adopt a charming 5-year old little girl Miley, who lives in Thailand. But according to the laws of this country adoptive parents need to be a registered couple. Alex inciting ... See full summary »
Michael Firch is very skilled in computers and he goes to Paris to meet very important persons to discuss a contract. Michael was born on a special astral date. On arriving in Paris, he ... See full summary »
A teenage girl wins a radio promotion contest to appear in her favorite rock star's new music video. When her bourgeois father forbids her to accept, her mother goes against his wishes and helps her daughter follow her musical dreams.
A French cop gets 2 months leave for getting results too violently. His Japanese girlfriend, who vanished 19 years ago, has died and he flies Paris to Tokyo for her funeral and will full of surprises. The Yakuza meets his brutal ways.
A ex-dancer has a heart problem and even with a transplant, he may still only have a few months to live. Time's spent looking at people/life in Paris from his balcony. His single mom sister moves in with her 3 kids to look after him.
At Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris, a beautician on her way to a new job in Mexico accidentally meets a cook who is on his way back from America. Labor strikes, bad weather, and pure luck cause the two of them to share a room overnight at the airport Hilton hotel. Will their initial mutual indifference and downright hostility turn into a one night stand or perhaps something more?Written by
Dragomir R. Radev
It is the second collaboration of mother and son writing team Danièle Thompson & Christophe Thompson after the 1999 film La Bûche. See more »
American Airlines does not fly to Munich from Paris. See more »
What gets it up at night brings it down in the morning!
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The end credits include the receipe for the "Mignonettes de veau" that Felix cooks for Rose in the film: Mignonettes de veau Vous êtes nombreux à nous demander la recette des "Mignonettes de veau" qui est décrite au générique de fin du film ! Préparation : 10mn - Cuisson : 8mn environ Ingrédients pour 2 personnes : 400g de veau 250g de carottes 4 petites courgettes rondes (ou 2 allongées) 6 tomates grappe 2 blancs de poireaux 1 cuillère de vinaigre balsamique 1 cuillère à soupe d'huile d'olive 1 pincée de graines de sésame Armagnac Persil plat, poivre et gros sel Découper les légumes en julienne. Les réduire à feu doux dans une sauteuse avec un filet d'huile d'olive pendant 5 minutes. Y ajouter une pincée de gros sel, du persil et poivrer. Remuer le tout avec une spatule en bois en racontant votre vie. Couper le veau en tranches d'environ 2 cm. Oter les légumes du feu et placer les mignonettes de veau dans une poêle déjà chaude. Arroser largement la viande d'Armagnac puis faire flamber. Laisser la flamme environ 1 minute. Reposer sur le feu et y ajouter une pincée de graines de sésame ainsi que le vinaigre balsamique (ou la sauce soja selon disponibilité). Servir chaud nappé des légumes croquants. Suggestion d'accompagnement : Calon-Ségur 96 This is translated on the English print. See more »
A light romantic comedy version of Before Sunrise that works!
How could you star Julliet Binochet and Jean Reno in a light romantic comedy version of Before Sunrise and not have one of the best light romantic comedies of all time? You can't. Two people meet under hectic circumstances, to say the least. They make every mistake. Do everything wrong. Even Paris is against them. But, somehow, love finds a way. Julliet Binochet, almost unrecognizable during the first half of the film because she is buried under makeup and an odd hair style, is totally delightful and stunning, especially when she finally appears with no makeup and wet hair. That she does so well with comedy should come as no surprise to anyone who has seen her work. Jean Reno, who is like a French Clint Eastwood, is even better at comedy than he is doing action or drama, and he excels at both. If you've been longing for some romantic comedy, especially good romantic comedy, check out Jet Lag. I loved it.
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