A group of women send their husbands and children to the island of Ré and stay in Paris to spend the month of August. During this time children try to become adults and their parents find ...
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In the fall of 1963, Anne is becoming a teenager. She lives in Paris with her mother and her older sister, Frédérique. They're just back from summer at the beach with their father. School ... See full summary »
Parents do not know, but on Wednesday, it is the only day when children live by their own. We can see a little girl and her father purchasing and loosing themselves, children escaping. And ... See full summary »
Pierrette Dumortier, a woman of character but weak-willed and defenseless against boredom, decides one fine day to leave her husband and her bourgeois life in Switzerland to return to Paris... See full summary »
Thanks to the law of 1948 and to her grandmother, the nominal tenant who is always absent, Francesca Cigalone and all her tribe (thoughtless husband, orphan sister, self-centered film maker... See full summary »
Frederic and François ,Les Zozos (the blokes)are in high school and are more interested in girls than in their studies ;they both have girlfriends,but they refuse to yield to the unfortunate guys;so what about going to Sweden?
A group of women send their husbands and children to the island of Ré and stay in Paris to spend the month of August. During this time children try to become adults and their parents find themselves behaving like children. This separation allows the women consider their lives, and succeed at best to be happy while men are happy, like kids, organize a life of band. Behind the visible euphoria, however, the problems arise: Martin (Jean-François Stévenin) would like to comfort his son Clément (Clément Thomas) with his imaginary love deprivation by pushing him into the arms of Annette (Catherine Bidaut), the babysitter of Michel's (Pierre Jean) children. But he himself falls for her charm while Clément is seduced by Jacqueline (Anne Guinou), Georges's wife. Bruno (Guy Marchand) was abandoned by his wife and then let himself be knocked by a nymphomaniac widow. And then there is the little Eléonore (Vanessa Guedj), who is in love with Clément, and she attempts suicide after a quarrel with ...Written by