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I haven't seen the "Club de Femmes" version with Danièle Darrieux since a long time, but in my memory, it is far more better than this little comedy. The only interest of this version is the casting : from the usual Noël Roquevert as the authoritarian notary to young Jean-Louis Trintignant as a young lover, with sexy kittens like Mijanou Bardot (yes Brigitte's sister), Marie-José Nat (first movie), Dany Carrel, Alexandra Stewart, Daniel Ceccaldi... And of course Nicole Courcel. Not the best Jacques Companéez script. This "Club de Femmes" makes me think of some Raoul André's comedies where women fight against men and win, remember "Les Pépées Font la Loi" ("The Babes Make The Law").
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