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by Nick Quinn


Gaspard Dassonville is 63 years old. His lifestyle is half that: a famous television producer, he accumulates thirty-year-old girlfriends and stubbornly ignores any ageing signs. But old age suddenly hits him with a thump: Gaspard is obliged to take in his father, Hubert, who can no longer live alone. An unmanageable old man, Hubert upsets his son's arrangementswith illusory youth. The duo becomes a trio when Zana, a nurse's aid with dubious references and a wild imagination, arrives. Both fascinated in their own way by this highly unconventional woman, father and son clash and rediscover each other.

international title: Family Matters
original title: La Fleur de l'âge
country: France
sales agent: Other Angle Pictures
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Nick Quinn
film run: 83'
release date: FR 01/05/2013, ES 03/01/2014
screenplay: Andréïa Barbosa, Santiago Amigorena
cast: Pierre Arditi, Jean-Pierre Marielle, Julie Ferrier, Audrey Fleurot, Artus de Penguern, Radivoje Bukvic, Thibault Vinçon, Cyril Gueï
cinematography by: David Quesemand
film editing: Scott Stevenson, Stéphane Couturier
art director: Nicolas de Boiscuillé
costumes designer: Anouk Gould, Anaïs Romand
producer: Laurent Lavolé
production: Gloria Films Production, Les Productions du Trésor, Mars Films, Hérodiade
distributor: Mars Films Distribution
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