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Marie (and her three fathers) are taking A-levels. Marie passes. She spends the summer in the country with her mother, Sylvia, who has returned from America with her Californian husband who has two sons. Marie falls in and out of love for the first time in front of her alarmed fathers, who see Marie's innocence slipping away at frightening speed, and their relationships with the two women become even more complicated. Written by
This pleasant enough( though somewhat stereotyped ) movie is a spin-off of a huge hit in France, " Trois hommes et un couffin " (a successful remake having been filmed in the States as "Three men and a baby"). While the three leading men are satisfied with repeating their performances of the initial movie with rather limited success, the film has a big asset, the naturalness of three actors, Madeleine Besson and Nathanael Serraut ( both children of the director), and James Thiérée, - the latter performing also some astounding acrobatics at the end of the movie, which is not surprising as he is from a circus family, and the grandson of Charlie Chaplin. It runs in the blood
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