Paul Thalman has been seduced by Mathilde on a sort of blind date when she kisses him. He is smitten by the gorgeous woman, a kind of a miracle, because he has not amounted to anything in life. Paul is a dreamer, which does not help his situation at home. Mathilde, feeling restless, has an adventure with the son of a famous actor.
One day, Paul stumbles into an idea about a product he wants to patent. Not having the money for the registration, he turns into his father-in-law, who sees the possible profit from the production and marketing of the holder for grocery bags, which unknown to him, has already been in the market.
A whimsical comedy by Michel Leclerc that was shown recently on cable. Our only interest in watching was the presence of Elsa Ziberstein in the comedy, as we had always seen her in dramatic roles. She surprises in this film with her easy take on the heroine. Kad Merad is a comedian who tries hard, sometimes he succeeds and at other times, he comes across as too heavy. Claude Brasseur has a small role playing Mathilde's father.
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