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15 août (2001)

Three men are abandonned by their wives for a few days in the summer holidays. They are alone with five kids to feed and a house to maintain. And they will learn what they did wrong with their wives.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Max
... Vincent
... Raoul
... Julie
Selma El Mouissi ... Nina (Max's daughter)
Manon Gaurin ... Alice (Max's daughter)
Quentin Pommier ... Arnold (Vincent's son)
Thomas Goulard ... Sébastien (Vincent's son)
... Louise Abel
Blandine Bury ... Stéphanie
Dimitri Radochevitch ... Neighbour
Catherine Hosmalin ... Neighbour
Annette Merchandou ... Madame André (as Annette Marchandou)
Marie-Christine Demarest ... Madame Michaud, the real estate agent
Jean-François Gallotte ... Fabrice, Julie's father
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Three men are abandonned by their wives for a few days in the summer holidays. They are alone with five kids to feed and a house to maintain. And they will learn what they did wrong with their wives.

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18 April 2001 (France)  »

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15 agosto  »

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Engaging
30 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Really usual and standard, but it has something that makes us like it, maybe because it is spoken in French and has so many typical things of the french culture, maybe because of the differences between the three great lead actors, maybe because of the several different situations and the clever dialogue. Well, it's satisfying, and nothing more.


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