Depressed by his loneliness, Paul-André, a shy and wealthy man, offers to rent the family of a good-natured woman with two kids in exchange for settling her debts.

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Jean-Pierre Améris (screenplay), Murielle Magellan (screenplay)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Benoît Poelvoorde ... Paul-André Delalande
Virginie Efira ... Violette Mandini
François Morel ... Léon
Philippe Rebbot Philippe Rebbot ... Rémi, le frère de Violette
Pauline Serieys Pauline Serieys ... Lucie Mandini
Calixte Broisin-Doutaz Calixte Broisin-Doutaz ... Auguste Mandini
Edith Scob ... Madame Delalande
Nancy Tate ... Sandra
Nathalie Gessier Nathalie Gessier ... La voisine
Taïra Taïra ... Gisèle (as Taïra Borée)
Rémy Roubakha Rémy Roubakha ... Lucien
Xavier Mathieu Xavier Mathieu ... Fabian
Gwendoline Hamon ... La femme de Fabian
Mathilde Wambergue Mathilde Wambergue ... Journaliste TV
Bigg Shake Bigg Shake ... Vigile supermarché
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Depressed by his loneliness, Paul-André, a shy and wealthy man, offers to rent the family of a good-natured woman with two kids in exchange for settling her debts.

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Comedy | Romance

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Variations On A Rococo Theme In A Major Op. 33: Variation VII & Coda (Allegro Vivo)
Composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
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4 February 2021 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

I imagine some rich people do get bored with their lives. Especially when they are also single/without a significan other. In this case we get the unlikely (or is it?) pairing of a rich guy and a woman struggling to survive. So much so, that she is forced to steal. Which is the inciting incident - well that and the fallout, including an interview.

It is not hard to guess where the movie is going, so predictable is one of the things you can call it without any hesitation. Still this is good light fun one can have. With certain recurring jokes (refrigarator to name one) popping up throughout. The lead actors do their best and you can feel their struggle and pain (fish out of water and all that).


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Official Sites:

Website Virginie Efira

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France | Belgium

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French

Release Date:

19 August 2015 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Aluga-se Família See more »

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$6,243,133
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