Michel dreams of a perfect meeting with the woman of his dreams, entirely due to chance, as his parents and grandparents experienced. Vincent, Michel's contrast, is completely different. He... See full summary »
A veteran chef faces off against his restaurant group's new CEO, who wants to the establishment to lose a star from its rating in order to bring in a younger chef who specializes in molecular gastronomy.
Lea, Adrian, and their little brother Theo, born deaf, go on holiday in Provence with their grandfather, Paul "Oliveron" they never met because of a family quarrel. Unfortunately, it is not... See full summary »
Office farce has had better treatments, such as Le Placard and l'Antidote but Tu peux garder un Secret is fairly amusing with some good acting in the form of Pierre Arditi and Juliette Arnaud.
Who hasn't had the experience of telling a confidence to someone only to have it spread like wildfire around the who office. In Arnard's case it is a rash confession that she is sleeping with the boss, which she isn't. He's sleeping with someone else... Linda Hardy... who is still pretty fit 16 years after winning Miss France.
The advertising agency Arditi runs reminds me of Parisien BCBG workplaces (yes I've worked in offices overlooking the Eiffel Tower).
The film doesn't require a lot of attention to watch, ideal fodder after a hard day in the office.
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