Who has never been ashamed of Mom's new hairdo, Dad's bad jokes, that velvet couch in the living room, a childhood friend who obviously doesn't get it? Lila and Ely live just the other side... See full summary »
A second-class horror movie has to be shown at Cannes Film Festival, but, before each screening, the projectionist is killed by a mysterious fellow, with hammer and sickle, just as it happens in the film to be shown.
The news causes consternation among the checkout assistants at Discount's, the local supermarket run by Sofia Benhaoui. Not only do they risk being made redundant due to the installation of... See full summary »
Bank-robber Franck Adrien is serving a prison sentence after robbing a national bank. Before he was caught he managed to hide the money but now it's not just the police who are looking for ... See full summary »
Anne-Marie lives an easy life with Gilbert, a rich plastic surgeon: a beautiful house, a doggy, a cleaning lady, expensive furniture, the lot. Not so easy in fact when she thinks twice. She... See full summary »
Vincent is about to become a father. At a meeting with childhood friends he announces the name for his future son. The scandalous name ignites a discussion which surfaces unpleasant matters from the past of the group.
Alexandre de La Patellière,
When Lola's boyfriend is unfaithful to her on his summer holiday, she dumps him and flirts with his best friend as punishment. But as their class prepares to leave on an excursion to London, the relationship heats up.
Paris: In the Jewish community four young or middle-aged women are looking for the love of their life. Through ups and downs their friendship will support them enduring the endless struggle with men. These four really different women are Parisian stereotypes, but at the end you'll like each one of them. The many amusing anecdotes and the British touch (Andrew Lincoln whose nice accent is enchanting) give this film a charming aspect. It also draws a funny but true reflection of the Jews nowadays. As for the actresses, they are really great. We should notice Daniel Auteuil's daughter who plays only a small part. Thus "Comme t'y es belle" is entertaining and worth seeing if you want to have a laugh and to listen to nice music.
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