Learning that cannabis will be legalized, Joseph, a failed entrepreneur, decides to transform, with the help of his family and friends, the kosher butcher shop of his father and open the first marijuana coffeeshop in France.
1960: the French intelligence service hires the 23-year-old André Merlaux. Handsome, well raised, intelligent but impressionable, Merlaux has much to learn to serve and defend the interests... See full summary »
A young woman, unsatisfied with her social class, decides to marry someone rich and powerful to be able to stop working and have whatever she wants for the rest of her days. This movie is entirely shot with hidden cameras.
After six years of undercover work in Syria, French intelligence officer Malotru returns home, where he struggles to forget his undercover identity, train a young recruit, and investigate when a colleague disappears in Algeria.
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After a 10 year absence, Jean returns to his hometown when his father falls ill. Reuniting with his sister Juliette and his brother Jérémie, they have to re-build their relationship and trust as a family again.
In Paris, France, a group of movie-star agents go about their lives and work, and they'll have to figure out how to carry on with the agency after the passing of their fearless leader. This hour-long drama plays out much like a soap opera, with more realistic problems and concerns. They don't do Olympic-size gymnastics to get you to believe a plot or to create drama.Written by
Series producer Dominique Besnehard was for 20 years one of the biggest talent agents in France, managing the careers of some of the top actors, actresses and directors in the country, including most, if not all, of the celebrities appearing as themselves in the show. See more »
It is impossible not to like this show. It is a comedy with the brilliant idea of actors playing their own role. The acting is great and the screenplay is excellent. I have not seen Season 2 yet, but Season 1 is definitely worth watching. I hope that the French sense of humor translates well in other languages. I would bet that a US adaptation is on its way (because this is what happens, they pick ideas from others). So "très charmant", my dear.
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