Sacha Keller is only interested in one night stands with 20-somethings and has a phobia of children. That is until he meets Charlotte, the divorced mother-of-three and ex-wife of one his employer's powerful clients.
Eddie, Dov, and Yvan are back, still working in Paris' Sentier textile district, This time they're confronting the high-stakes world of large distribution after striking a deal with Eurodiscount, a European hypermarket chain.
The gang is back, leaving Paris' fading Sentier district for the thriving suburb of Aubervilliers, where they must share the market with Chinese wholesalers. All's well until they fall victim to the local Mafioso's scheme.
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A French public servant from Provence is banished to the far North. Strongly prejudiced against this cold and inhospitable place, he leaves his family behind to relocate temporarily there, with the firm intent to quickly come back.
Yes I agree with the two other comments it is indeed not a good movie.
I have laugh twice during the movie, and without noticing the movie.
However, french cinema is far from dead like any countries very good and very bad movies come out. There are tonnes of good french movies that came out recently! Gad Elmaleh is one of the funniest comedians on stage, my favourite by far. Anyone that speaks fluent french should watch his shows they are amazing, I laugh all the way. This is why I took the risk to watch this movie beside disappointing critics, and they were right it is not a good movie and it is definitely not funny.
*** happens I am sure Gad will be the first one to admit that he did not do a great job with this one. I still have hopes for him!
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