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ENSEMBLE C'EST TROP

by Léa Fazer

synopsis

Overburdened young parents Clémentine and Sébastien are caught between their work and their children. Marie-France, Sébastien’s mother, moves in with them. She has discovered that her husband, Henri, has been cheating on her and that his mistress is expecting a child. Feeling devastated, at her son’s house she behaves like a crisis-stricken teenager, undermining the young couple’s authority and morale. The birth of Sébastien’s little brother, and the blissful euphoria that this late fatherhood elicits in his father, really upsets minds and generational order...

original title: Ensemble c'est trop
country: France
year: 2009
genre: fiction
directed by: Léa Fazer
film run: 96'
release date: FR 17/02/2010, BE 03/03/2010
screenplay: Léa Fazer
cast: Nathalie Baye, Pierre Arditi, Aïssa Maïga, Jocelyn Quivrin, Laurent Lafitte, Eric Cantona, Olivia Côte, Françoise Bertin
cinematography by: Myriam Vinocour
film editing: Stan Collet
art director: Marie-Hélène Sulmoni
costumes designer: Charlotte David
music: Mike Lindsay
producer: Alain Chabat, Amandine Billot, Christine Rouxel
production: Chez Wam, TF1 Films Production, StudioCanal
distributor: StudioCanal, Cinéart
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