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La fleur de l'âge (2012)

Gaspard, famous television presenter, is starting the decline of his career. Along with dealing with his aging, must lodge Hubert, his elderly and rebellious father. Hubert hates all attendants hired for him until Zana enters their lives.

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Gaspard Dassonville
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Hubert Dassonville
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Zana Kotnic
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Marion Cappelaro
Artus de Penguern ...
Joseph Tellier
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Stjepan Kotnic (as Rasha Bukvic)
Pierre Vernier ...
Maurice Renouard
Élisabeth Vitali ...
Docteur Moser
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Fabrice Poulain
Cyril Gueï ...
Cyril Cox
Anne Benoît ...
Madame Correau
Laure Calamy ...
Sarah Chevalier
Isabelle Vian ...
Ingénieur vision HTV
Romain Mogenet ...
Réalisateur HTV
Richard Tournois ...
Chef de plateau HTV
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Gaspard, famous television presenter, is starting the decline of his career. Along with dealing with his aging, must lodge Hubert, his elderly and rebellious father. Hubert hates all attendants hired for him until Zana enters their lives.

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1 May 2013 (France)  »

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I'll never get tired of Jean-Pierre Marielle

Since the mid seventies when I first watched the films which he was played in, I have always liked him.

A tremendous actor and not like the others. Most of the characters he played could have never been by other actors. Here he is an old man, who is tired by life, and whose son - Pierre Arditi - is in charge of.

The face to face between the two of them is poignant, with many gripping dialogues. And the sequences with the house maids are very funny too. A bitter sweet comedy that leaves you a beautiful feeling all long this cute little feature.

We are Lucky that in France we usually make this kind of light movies, so close to real daily life.


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