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The worst teachers of France landed in England for an ultra-secret mission. With Boulard, the King of the Dunces, they are parachuted in the best school of the country, and they will apply their famous methods on the future of the nation.
Alex is in love with Sandra since childhood but has never dared approach her.He asks Antoine, a lonely writer to help him seduce her, because in his time he was the only one to conquer the heart of the mother.
'L'élève Ducobu' has one of the child actors from 'Little Nicholas' as its main lead. The film is for children who are at an age where they understand things. It's a bit like 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid'. There are many things that are a bit unbelievable, if not a bit too much, in this film. This includes the lead character, who seems a bit too smart for his age. Nevertheless, the kid who plays him does a wonderful job. There's the class teacher, who impresses a lot and surprises a lot as well. There's another teacher that surely leaves an impact; a particular movement of hers (no spoiler here) you will remember after the film is over.
Overall, it's a great film for those (kids & adults) who are looking to waste some time on a decent film.
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