On n'est pas sorti de l'auberge (1982)

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A cook and his wife try to sell their holiday inn. But when a potential buyer comes in, it all goes south.


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26 December 2000 | prohibited-name-1142
A few laughs here and there
Here comes a traditional French comedy, set in the country and involving peasants. It's about a couple (Bernadette Lafond & Jean Leclerc, which we've previously seen in the delirious J'AI MON VOYAGE) owning a small hotel who are trying to sell it. What you get is a typic burlesque carnival with a few erotic breaks here and there, that are rapidly run down by some strict morals. Pécas has always been a right wing partisan and it shows; adultery is bad, sleeping around makes you stay poor, honest people aren't always what they look like... There are a few beautiful actresses, some clever scenes, but nothing really anthologic here. Stick to the earliest Pécas movies, if you want to be sure to have fun.

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8 September 1982



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