Beatrice celebrates with her family the release of her book: she tells about the accident of her husband Frederic. He became blind and without filter - always so funny and seductive, he is ...
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Cécile de France,
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Fernando Fernán Gómez,
José María Prada
Beatrice celebrates with her family the release of her book: she tells about the accident of her husband Frederic. He became blind and without filter - always so funny and seductive, he is totally unpredictable. But this book, hymn-to-life, will turn into a joyful fist because if Beatrice changed the names, each of his friends seeks to find his character. The book awakens secret jealousies, while the group of friends and family pitch.Written by
Hugo Van Herpe
Life sometimes takes a painfull path... friends and family are often a good way to get the strength it takes to keep going... Chamboultout is all about it... and makes you think a little bigger than just yourself...
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