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by Danièle Thompson


Bad timing! The funeral of Zef’s wife right when Roni’s daughter is getting married! That unexpected event only makes the existing conflicts between the two brothers worse. Their professions, their life choices and even their wives couldn’t be more different. Religious austerity on one side, intense enjoyment of life’s pleasures on the other. They have nothing in common but their aging father who’s losing his grip and their respective daughters who adore one another. From London to Paris, New York to Saint Tropez, showdowns, misunderstandings and betrayals all serve to blow up the family landscape. But out of the rubble of those arguments and haphazard reconciliations will blossom a beautiful love story -- or two!

original title: Des gens qui s’embrassent
country: France
sales agent: Pathé International
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Danièle Thompson
film run: 100'
release date: BE 10/05/2013, FR 10/04/2013, IT 16/05/2013
screenplay: Christopher Thompson
cast: Kad Merad, Monica Bellucci, Eric Elmosnino, Valérie Bonneton, Max Boublil, Lou de Laâge, Clara Ponsot
cinematography by: Jean-Marc Fabre
film editing: Sylvie Landra
art director: Michèle Abbé-Vannier
costumes designer: Catherine Leterrier
music: Stephen Warbeck
producer: Romain Le Grand, Florian Genetet-Morel
co-producer: Albert Koski
production: Pathé Films, G Films, TF1 Studio Production
distributor: Alternative Films, Pathé Distribution, Made in Italy Film, Cine Europa
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