Maximin, priest in a little village in the South-West of France, inherits from his brother a brothel in Thailand, although he's always been told it was a very strict catholic school. The ... See full summary »
The sleepy little village of Loubressac is well on its way to becoming a ghost town. To save the town, the local citizenry hatch a plan to attract tourists. To their horror, the plan ... See full summary »
This is probably one of the best z movies ever made in France in the eighties. This story of a French country priest sent in a nudist camp for a special ecclesiastic mission is quite enjoyable. Of course everything looks old fashioned (even when the film was released in 1982)and outdated, but Paul Preboist looks so joyful that he manages to communicate his enthusiasm. The same for the rest of the cast, every one seemed to have a great fun. The movie did well in French theatres gathering more than one million viewers throughout France, a feat which would be absolutely impossible today. So if you want to have a look at what we affectionately call "la vieille France" (the good old France)have a distant glance at this show from another time.
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