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Pardon Mon Affaire, Too! (1977)

Nous irons tous au paradis (original title)
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Sequel to Pardon Mon Affaire. Four men continue to explore the fallout from their personal lives. This time they buy a house in the country, but struggle to escape their troubles.


Yves Robert
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jean Rochefort ... Etienne Dorsay
Claude Brasseur ... Daniel
Guy Bedos ... Simon
Victor Lanoux ... Bouly
Danièle Delorme Danièle Delorme ... Marthe Dorsay
Marthe Villalonga ... Mouchy Messina
Jenny Arasse ... Bernadette, Etienne's co-worker
Josiane Balasko ... Josy, Lucien's girlfriend
Anne-Marie Blot Anne-Marie Blot ... Marie-Ange, Bouly's ex-wife
Elisabeth Margoni ... Daisy, Bouly's fiancee
Pascale Reynaud Pascale Reynaud ... Delphine, Etienne's younger daughter
Maïa Simon Maïa Simon ... Madame Chalamand, Simon's lover
Catherine Verlor Catherine Verlor ... Stéphanie, Etienne's older daughter
Christophe Bourseiller ... Lucien (as Christophe Bruce)
Jean-Pierre Castaldi Jean-Pierre Castaldi ... The bully


Marthe Dorsay, of all people, is having an affair--after all, Étienne has solid proof in his hands in the shape of a rather compromising photograph. Green with jealousy, the cheated husband embarks on a mission to identify her mysterious lover, convinced that his adulterous wife will soon make her first mistake; however, all efforts are in vain. But, as the love lives of the four inseparable friends become more and more complicated, buying an idyllic country house just might be the distraction they need; however, their decision certainly has a price. Will the boys ever find what they are looking for? Written by Nick Riganas

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Around 01:27:27, Simon is wearing glasses. Around 01:27:35, when he's holding Bouly, he's not wearing them anymore. Around 01:27:42, he's wearing them again. See more »


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The boys are back
15 August 2005 | by bob998See all my reviews

Un elephant, ca trompe enormement/Pardon mon affaire had been a box-office triumph two years before, so Yves Robert knew he had to reassemble the cast for one more go. All the weaknesses of the first film show up more glaringly this time: the gags just aren't that funny (the tennis match played with earphones to block out the jet noise, for instance)and the characterization remains sketchy; we never get a clear fix on Daniel's sexuality, or why Simon is so dependent on others.

Jean Rochefort remains very skilled in portraying befuddlement--even when the script doesn't help him much--and he is always a pleasure to watch. Daniele Delorme, who was married to Yves Robert, is the real treasure in this picture. Her career as actress spanned three decades of steady work before she started a production company with her husband. Here she is a wonderful foil for Rochefort in their tense domestic scenes together; she's calm while he's agitated.

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Release Date:

9 November 1977 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

We Will All Meet in Paradise See more »

Filming Locations:

Lévignen, Oise, France See more »

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1.66 : 1
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