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Le joli coeur (1984)

Frank and Bernard share the same apartment .Frank is a womanizer ,but his friend is shy and asks for his help to find a wife.

Director:

Francis Perrin

Writers:

Paul Claudon (adaptation), Francis Perrin (adaptation) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Francis Perrin Francis Perrin ... Frank
Cyrielle Clair ... Nina Lemonnier
Sylvain Rougerie Sylvain Rougerie ... Bernard
Patricia Cartier Patricia Cartier ... Nicole
Michèle Bernier ... Lisette
Annie Jouzier Annie Jouzier ... Sophie
Barbara Willar Barbara Willar ... Mathilde
Jean-Claude Bouillaud Jean-Claude Bouillaud ... Ducasse
Régis Laspalès ... Le boulanger
Jean-Paul Farré Jean-Paul Farré ... Le psychiatre
Béatrice Riquelme Béatrice Riquelme ... Minette car
Patricia Barzyk Patricia Barzyk ... Fille Sacré-Coeur
Isabelle Lacamp Isabelle Lacamp ... Fille téléscope
Christian De Smet Christian De Smet ... Touriste car
Jean-Luc Autret Jean-Luc Autret ... Loubard
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Frank and Bernard share the same apartment and both work in the same tourist agency .Bernard drives the coach through the streets of Paris and Frank is the guide .The driver longs for a family life but he is not lucky with girls.So he asks his friend ,who is a womanizer , to help him find at last his better half .Frank winds up in a hospital and falls for the shrink ,Nina.Faithful to his pal , Frank comes to his rescue but he falls in love with Nina too. Written by dbdumonteil

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

25 January 1984 (France) See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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A ladykiller caught out at his own game
19 June 2018 | by dbdumonteilSee all my reviews

Francis Perrin is primarily a stage actor whose forays into the movies are not generally happy;by the eighties ,he had starred in some more and less funny comedies when he made his debut as a director ;four feature films in all ,the best is certainly his last effort ,"Le Débutant", based on his own story.

His other movies "Tête A Claques" " Ca N'Arrive Qu'A Moi" and this one suffer from weak ,repetitive screenplays ,full of ponderous gags .

Frank and Bernard share the same apartment and both work in the same tourist agency .Bernard drives the coach through the streets of Paris and Frank is the guide .His eccentric comments could have been a source of inspiration ,but Perrin does not exploit it.

The driver longs for a family life but he is not lucky with the girls.So he asks his friend ,who is a womanizer , to help him find at last his better half .Frank winds up in a hospital and falls for the shrink ,Nina.Faithful to his pal , Frank comes to his rescue but he falls in love with Nina too.

Pretty derivative ,huh ? The gag of the nymphomaniac nurse and her "would you have a coffee with me?" is repeated ad nauseam in a hospital where anyone can just walk right in.

Perrin goes to great lengths to win his audience's acclaim ; but a good writer is desperately needed all along the way.I dare you to laugh once!


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