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Comment épouser un premier ministre (1964)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Philippe Lambert
Claude Gensac ...
Mme Grandbourg
Jacques Charon ...
Le chef de cabinet
Maurice Escande ...
Max Montavon ...
Les deux policiers
Jacqueline Jehanneuf ...
La secrétaire
Daniel Lecourtois
Jacques Castelot ...
Un ministre d'État
Le premier ministre
Michèle Grellier
Jean Richard ...
Le promoteur
Pierre Bertin ...
Le présentateur de la soirée de gala
Jacques Martin
Bernard Lavalette ...
Le commissaire


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Release Date:

11 November 1964 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Come sposare un primo ministero  »

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2.35 : 1
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Italian censorship visa # 44844 delivered on 20-3-1965. See more »

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How to marry a prime minister,a fat lot of help that is!
30 March 2016 | by See all my reviews

A cursory look at Michel Boisron's filmography and you know what you are going to watch:it's pure commercial stuff ,sometimes entertaining ("Le Chemin Des Ecoliers").Always jumping on the bandwagon,he made a "yeah yeah" movie ("Cherchez L'Idole" ),a spy thriller in the wake of James Bond ("Atout Coeur A Tokyo Pour OSS 117"),a fairy tale after Demy's "Peau D' Ane " ("Le Petit Poucet),and so on....

"Comment Epouser Un Premier Ministre " has two good leads,Brialy and Pascale Petit .The former plays an attaché ,"working" for a minister;he is also a lady killer,sleeping with all the wives around.One fine day ,an usherette finds a compromising letter and blackmails him in her very special way;she does not want any money,she demands parks and a swimming pool for the suburban high- rise state where she lives with her odd family:her dad grows plants in the apartment.It could have been an effective social satire with a contemporary feel:once they are elected ,the ministers do not care about the people .If the story lampoons an unfair society,it does it cowardly ,in a very bourgeois way ;apart from the girl's family,the characters are all wealthy ,more preoccupied by their daughter's money match or their bright prospects than their fellow men's future.The final scene,complete with popularity-seeking speech ,is almost unbearable.

You can watch this,if you want to learn how to get rid of a pain in the neck on the phone.

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