Journalist Denis Robert sparked a storm in the world of European finance by denouncing the murky operations of banking firm Clearstream. His quest to reveal the truth behind a secret world ... See full summary »
Sebastian has one ambition in life: to do nothing. His horizon is his couch. His life he does not want to live but contemplate. But today, if you do nothing - You are nothing. So driven by ... See full summary »
Charlotte Le Bon,
Good news for Léon and Bruno, their (unworthy) father has just died! The two brothers, very different from each other, are reunited in some dead loss in the Savoie for the funeral. But at ... See full summary »
Those were the days.It was the seventies and the crisis had happened two years before .Many French directors began to make the most of a situation which was not rosy in the first place.Countless comedies were made."C'Est Dur Pour Tout Le Monde" (=It's tough for everybody") is one of them.
A boss (Bernard Blier) meets a young Turk (FRancis Perrin) in the toilets of a restaurant(!) He hires him in his business ,he is advertising.Dan,the young man ,has strange ideas which disconcert his boss.But wait and see...
Perhaps made to cheer up the young generation ,this is a moderately funny comedy ,easily forgotten ,which features the great Claude Piéplu as well.
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