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affiche La vie dissolue de Gerard Floque
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La vie dissolue de Gerard Floque

1987

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Roland Giraud, Marie-Anne Chazel, Clémentine Célarié

Gérard Floque, an advertising designer, has got a barrel of troubles. During the very same week, he learns he has been hoodwinked by his boss, that his eldest daughter smokes grass and that his wife is unfaithful. He storms out of the agency and his home to start a new life. He is basking in the solidarity warmth of a vacation when his mother-in-law, his daughters, his wife and her lover show up. Game over, play again.
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affiche Le guignolo
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Le guignolo

1980

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean-Paul Belmondo, Michel Galabru, Georges Geret

After getting out of prison, Alexandre Boroni is back in business, the international swindling business, that is. On the plane to Venice, troubles start when a stranger hands to an unsuspecting Alexandre a case containing a lighter with the microfilm of a secret formula, which certain foreign powers would love to get their hands on. An action-packed comedy with an ever-astonishing Jean-Paul Belmondo.
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affiche Le temps des vacances
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Le temps des vacances

1979

Un film de Claude Vital

Avec Nathalie Delon, Daniel Ceccaldi, Eléonore Klarwein

Shortly before the holidays, Laurent, a young, good-looking math teacher, is posted at Marie's school and takes rooms at her mother's. Marie is smitten! But so is her mother, who goes on vacation with him to Djerba. Marie shortens her stay with her father in Austria to meet them there. Unfortunately, one night she surprises her mother and Laurent in each other's arms and runs away.
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affiche On aura tout vu
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On aura tout vu

1976

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Pierre Richard, Miou-Miou, Jean-Pierre Marielle

François Perrin is a jobless director, reduced to shooting a pornographic film. As his wife cannot prevent him from taking the dirty job, she decides to shame him by asking for a part in the production. Her audition is quite a sight... A film that pokes gentle fun advice immoderate fad of the seventies that rated the first X's in film history.
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affiche Les veces etaient fermes de l'interieur
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Les veces etaient fermes de l'interieur

1976

Un film de Patrice Leconte

Avec Jean Rochefort, Coluche, Roland Dubillard

A descent subway ticket collector is assaulted in a bathroom that is locked on the inside. Pichard, a phlegmatic chief of police, and his assistant, inspector Charbonnier, undertake the investigation. Gotlib's screenplay takes the two sleuths from Montrouge to Marseilles, from the halls of a psychiatric ward to the gardens of a manor. But more surprises are still in store for them!
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affiche Pas de problème
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Pas de problème

1975

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Miou-Miou, Jean Lefebvre, Bernard Menez

One night, a badly injured stranger rushes into Anita's apartment and then drops down dead on the carpet. When the panic-stricken young woman rushes out to get help, she runs across Jean-Pierre, who hides the corpse in the trunk of his father's car. Unfortunately, his father comes back early from a trip and, completely unaware of the contents of his trunk, immediatly takes off for Switzerland. Determined to set things straight, Jean-Pierre and Anita go after him.
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affiche La valise
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La valise

1973

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Mireille Darc, Michel Constantin, Jean-Pierre Marielle

A bunch of killers are on his trail, so Commander Bloch of the Israeli Secret Service hides out in the French Embassy in Lybia. French agent Augier is entrusted with the delicate mission of evacuating the refugee in the embassy dispatch bag which, for the occasion, has become a large steam trunk with air holes. But the airport personnel are on strike, and Augier gets stuck with the cumbersome baggage in a dangerous spot. This is only the beginning of an incredible trek across the Near East.
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affiche Quelques messieurs trop tranquilles
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Quelques messieurs trop tranquilles

1973

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Renée Saint-Cyr, Jean Lefebvre, Michel Galabru

One fine day in a little village in France, a group of hippies show up and park their collapsible houses and noisy motorcycles on the green. At first the hippies are at loggerheads with the villagers, and the two groups often clash. But a murder and a birth precipitate events and spark off an astounding adventure for the whole village, which unites the peasants and hippies in a lasting friendship.
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affiche Laisse aller c'est une valse
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Laisse aller c'est une valse

1971

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean Yanne, Mireille Darc, Michel Constantin

As he is leaving prison Serge is captured by hoods, who want to know where his loot is hidden. His pal Michel saves him from their clutches, and Serge can go back to his lovely wife. The three escape and go to get the jewels, but their plan backfires, they are arrested again. However the police inspector has something else in mind and does not take them back to jail. A thrilling gangster film spoof tinged with grim humor.
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affiche Les patates
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Les patates

1969

Un film de Claude Autant-Lara

Avec Pierre Perret, Henri Virlojeux, Bérangère Dautun

During the German Occupation of France, a village in the Ardennes is hard up to get food supplies. Clovis, a foundry worker, crosses over into the Zone to bring potatoes back feed his family. He manages to do so at the cost of a series of misadventures. However Clovis soon becomes obsessed with hoarding the precious tubers. Tragedy strikes when the starving Germans arrive in the village.
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affiche Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon dieu pour des canards sauvages
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Faut pas prendre les enfants du bon dieu pour des canards sauvages

1968

Un film de Michel Audiard

Avec Françoise Rosay, Marlène Jobert, Bernard Blier

Rita artfully uses her wiles to get money from men without chaining herself down. However, after a brilliant hold-up, Charles withholds her share. Rita stomps off to get help from her aunt, Lead Belly Léontine, a former underworld hellcat. A bizarre gold chase ensues with a swindler's free for all in a game entirely cooked up by Michel Audiard.
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affiche Le pacha
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Le pacha

1968

Un film de Georges Lautner

Avec Jean Gabin, Dany Carrel, Jean Gaven

Chief Inspector Joss is terribly cut up by the death of his partner Gouvion, who was killed during a hold-up. To avenge his friend, he devises the perfect frame-up: he lets two gangs in on the same job and then sits back as they kill each other off. Once the French underworld is cleaned out, Joss can rest content and retire.
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