On his 50th birthday, a man who's been watching his weight, health and temper all his life suffers a heart attack. He's been doing everything he was told he should do and it still didn't help. He decides to turn the page and let loose.
When her husband is taken hostage by his striking employees, a trophy wife (Deneuve) takes the reins of the family business and proves to be a remarkably effective leader. Business and ... See full summary »
Françoise and her husband Jean-Pierre invite some friend couples to spend a weekend in their large villa on the Portuguese coast. What follows is a romantic intrigue, with each character discovering a little more about himself.
This movie made up of sketches is almost completely devoid of interest.Only one magic moment:Johnny Hallyday sings his lovely ballad "retiens la nuit"(written by Charles Aznavour)to Catherine Deneuve:both are very young and good-looking .Unfortunately it's at the end of the segment "Sophie" and it's a long way before it appears.So Johnny's fans,watch out!
As far the rest of the movie is concerned,it's humorless,dull and eminently forgettable
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