Georges Cazenave, a " politically committed" French TV reporter leads a good life. Besides having a regular mistress in the person of Hélène, he is a ladies man with "a girl in every port".... See full summary »

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Débora Duarte ...
Céleste
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Georges Cazenave
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Hélène
Anne-Marie Coffinet ...
Marie-Jeanne
Philippe Ogouz ...
Antoine
Gabriel Cattand ...
Me Moret
David José ...
Le barbu
Philippe Dumat ...
Bonneval
Perrette Pradier ...
Catherine
Raymond Gérôme ...
Le chef des barbouzes français
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Marc de Géorgi
Alain Floret
Harry-Max ...
Le préposé des bains-douches
Serge Moro
Guy Piérauld
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Georges Cazenave, a " politically committed" French TV reporter leads a good life. Besides having a regular mistress in the person of Hélène, he is a ladies man with "a girl in every port". But this comfortable situation is challenged the day he hires Céleste as his housemaid. A Portuguese immigrant, she soon appears to be a Marxist-Leninist activist, engaged in political groups working against the regime of Salazar, the dictator of Portugal. Geoges and Céleste fall in love with each other, which brings adventure in the reporter's hitherto superficial life, upset by a breakup with Hélène, the interference of the French Secret Service and a touch of terrorism. Written by Guy Bellinger

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10 December 1970 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Céleste, féminin singulier  »

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Italian censorship visa # 60575 delivered on 26-6-1972. See more »

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Les Fleurs Mortes
Written and Performed by Guy Pedersen Et Son Grand Orchestre
Sung by Françoise Walle
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