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Pedro Armendáriz Jr.
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The lord of the manor (Julien Guiomar) wants to cancel a rural lease and get rid of the good farmer (Jean Carmet,true to life,and the only reason to see this flick) who is not prepared to accept it;so he calls his two-bit psychologist (Pierre Richard ,in one of her worst parts)to the rescue.
The first scene between the squire and the peasant promises a good comedy;but you are becoming somewhat disenchanted soon.This is a coarse comedy,vulgar ,the screenplay is a dreadful jumble and the contribution of psychology is minimal,to put it mildly:outside of the ink stains test cliché ,the shrink studies the behavior of the owner of the manor,stuck in liquid manure on his horse (Where are the SPA, the RSPCA and the ASPCA?) .The final rebel against the authorities may recall an updated "Jacquou Le Croquant",but it's so heavy-handed -complete with a duel in the mud ,à la "A thousand hills"- that you might be give up before .
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