In southern France, in a quite little town, the mayor, who also owns a castle with some cattle, is in the wine cellar with some other people: the pharmacist, the veterinary, and some of his... See full summary »
Christian de Chalonge
Louis Coline assists the head of advertising of a department store in decline. He has little to do, but seems content with his marriage to Nina, his visits to his mother and grandmother, ... See full summary »
As every summer, Georges Lajoie, his wife Ginette and grown-up son Léon go on holiday to Loulou's campsite. They join old friends, the Schumachers and the Colins. Brigitte Colin, the ... See full summary »
France, 1719. Louis 14th died four years ago, Philippe d'Orleans is the regent. He is a liberal and a libertine. His right-hand man, Dubois, an atheistic and cupid priest, as libertine as ... See full summary »
A young journalist stumbles across something much more sinister than a simple suicide in the death of a politician - the death seems to be an assassination contrived by an American ... See full summary »
At the time,in the French cinema,women were joining the Police at an alarming speed .Miou-Miou was a credible female cop.She investigates a young girl's death.She brings to light a pedophilia network ,in which the local VIPs are involved .And the local Commissaire provides them with protection...
The subject was not that much frequent in the early eighties ,but Boisset's work is not as strong as his early militant works ("RAS" and "Dupont-Lajoie" ) or his powerful follow-up "Allons z'Enfants" .
The most interesting element is not the detective side of the story.It's the cop's relationship with the young people of the YM(W)CA.When they discover what her job is ,they look at her with disgust (typically post-68 attitude)."Keep on scoffing your Choucroute(sauerkraut),the police woman says,I've got more important things to do."
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