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Georges Lautner's filmography is composed of two different kinds of movies:the comedy "A La Française" ("IL Etait Une Fois Un FLic" "Quelques Messieurs Trop Tranquilles" "Ne Nous Fâchons Pas" ) and a handful of much more ambitious psychological thrillers ("Le Septième Juré" "La Maison Assassinée").
"Pas De Problème" falls in the first category but it's a good buoyant farce ,with a subject borrowed from Hitchcock ("The trouble with Harry" )and many others: the dead body you can't get rid of.Partly a road movie,from France to Switzerland ,this funny flick enjoys a good cast:Miou-Miou,Jean Lefèvre,Anny Duperey and even Patrick Dewaere as a barman.
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