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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