A teenager lies to her parents and goes to the South of France instead of studying for the summer. Meeting with her not-so faithful boyfriend and his DJ friend, she discovers her father is also there - with another woman.
Pierre, 44, contentedly divorced, takes his teen daughter to the Côte d'Azur along with his friend Jacques and Jacques' own teen daughter, Françoise. On the topless beaches of Saint-Tropez,... See full summary »
If you want to waste some time, be my guest. Rent a copy of that "wonderful" comedy by Max Pecas, a notorious French director (in)famous for his old fashioned comedies that nobody wants to see. There might be some reasons. There are just appalling. Bad acting along with plotless stories, no, no, no. That can't be possible. I' ve got no time for that.
Marche pas sur mes lacets was Pecas' first comedy and probably his worst. His naked actresses don't make us forget how boring the flick is!
Pecas' last movie was released in France in 1987 and was a box office bomb. Afterwards his film became TV hits and make his work immortal. We can wonder why.
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