Relaxe-toi chérie (1964)

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Hélène and François have been a perfect couple for twelve years. Hélène discovers psychoanalysis with Doctor Kougloff. She is convinced that her husband's apparent balance hides horrible tragedies.


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13 February 2015 | searchanddestroy-1
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Adapted from a stage play, this is the last of Jean Boyer's films, and certainly not the best of the batch. The same for Fernandel. I think this was not for him. From time to time, his way of acting reminds me Louis De Funès instead. I find this very weird. Vaudeville style kind comedy, not very funny, except a few sequences. A Young married woman is worried about his husband, a head executive who seems to have some psychological problems, especially with women. So, from this, all opportunities are worth to give the audiences schemes and situations worst than the others. Maybe effective on stage, but boring on the big screen. But it's not totally a waste, don't exaggerate. Simply not the best of Fernandel. Period.

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Release Date:

19 August 1964

Language

French


Country of Origin

France, Italy

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