John-John is the best party promoter in Ibiza. He's responsible for the wildest parties ever. A party fixed by John-John is bound to be a success, and everyone will queue to get on the ...
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John-John is the best party promoter in Ibiza. He's responsible for the wildest parties ever. A party fixed by John-John is bound to be a success, and everyone will queue to get on the guest list. The former party prince among the jet setters in Paris, Charles de Poulignac, is therefore in no doubt about where he should go in order to revenge his former clients. He flies to Ibiza, where he hopes to make an alliance with John-John, and put an end to life as persona non grata in Paris, and again take his place as the party prince of Paris. Written by
I was in France this summer and decided to give it a shot with no pretenses. To my surprise the movie starred Rupert Everett! Apparently he is fully fluent in French. He's pretty goofy looking in this movie with an outrageous wig, and probably did this role as a favor to someone. This movie is not very well made, and very low compared to it's predecessor. The French comedy is hard to capture, but if you have a taste for it, this might be a hidden gem. Watch to understand what life in the "Jet Set" actually means. And although this film is named "People", in France it was promoted as a sequel to Jet Set, which actually it is not. For the rest of you, this is a good reason to see nice French girls nude and oogle at Ornella Muti. For women, you can watch and wonder how Muti, a grandmother looks better, at her age, than you probably ever will.
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