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On a beach in Nice, François meets the mysterious Peggy and falls in love with her. Following her to a villa, he meets Marc, a lawyer who has a strange relationship with the girl. Marc tells François that Peggy is a drug addict: she kills men who approach her.
The hero, a succesful business man about 50 years of age, has no real problems in life("Pas de problème"). O.K., the capital of his business is the property of his wife. He also has a couple of kids and a mistress. His son of about 20 has borrowed his car and left a dead corpse in the boot of the car, which his father fails to notice when he takes back his car. Father, who is in the habit of trying to seduce every attractive female within reach, picks up a young lady, which however refuses to succumb to his charms ...until she accidentally looks into the boot of the car and sees the corpse!
This is a very lighthearted French comedy (Bible Beltians aware! This movie is NOT morally uplifting!). It is not a great movie, but quite entertaining.
There are some good gags. For instance, when the mistress runs into the holiday home of the wife and believes to shatter her entire existence by pronouncing the words "I am your husbands mistress!" To which the wife quietly replies. "Which one?"
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