The least one can say about this series is that it is fairly entertaining. It is supposed to be about the lives of an average French family. Of course the family are not average, they are damned well off. Husband is the owner of a high class restaurant and wife is a doctor. They have a pretty luxurious flat. What I like about this series are the actors, notably Bernard Lecoq, Annie Duperrey and Philippe Khorsand. Many of their dialogues are absolutely scrumptious and I am sure that many people can identify with them and their daily problems. What I do not like about the series are its moral values, it seems to depict homosexuality as normal ( which it is not ), unfaithfulness as normal (which it is not ). There's even unfaithfulness amongst the homosexuals. In addition we hear of young boys going off with prostitutes at 14 years old ....For me all this is the height of degenerateness and I cannot identify with these moral values. So I enjoy many of the dialogues and like the actors but am sickened by their values which are not those of a world I would like to live in ! The result of all this is mixed feelings. The lifestyle of the family is that of wealthy French and not that of a supermarket cashier and her postman husband ! So it's a bit artificial. But definitely watchable.
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