Seafood – Crustaces et Coquillages

Seafood - Crustaces et Coquillages

Seafood – Crustaces et Coquillages

  Summer time is vacation time, and this also applies to the Parisian Marc (Gilbert Melki), his attractive wife, Beatrix (Valeria Bruni-Tedeschi) and their two children Laura (Sabrina Seyvou) and Charly (Romain Torres). Together they make up in the small, idyllic holiday cottage in the household once spent his holidays. But the trust holiday luck at the allegedly best days already soon get some cracks in the facade to heal because of the nice family next door is seething. Since, for example, Charley, from which the family believed that he was gay. When arriving soon to be a purported friend Martin (Edouard Collin), the family reacted quite differently to the supposed homosexuality of the offspring. For while lighting Béatrix Once a joint, Marc is upset and usually keeps trying to steer the conversation as elegant. No wonder that Laura eagerly awaits the arrival of her friend, with whom she shall cooperate as much family happiness to his heels and fled to Portugal.

Finally, when even Mathieu (Jacques Bonnaffé), the demanding fans of Béatrix appears, strike up a dance of passion, the swirling mess pretty happy holiday. Because Marc is always curious and spying behind his son and his friend, while his wife struggled mightily with their possessions taken Lover happy and Charley must confess whether he’s gay or not. And emerges as the muscle-plumber Didier (Jean-Marc Barr), the chaos is fully complete, because the picture Macho is an old friend of the anxious family man Marc, who now also needs to pull down his pants.

The two directors Olivier Ducastel and Jacques Martineau have made in seafood – Crustaces et Coquillages almost a cliché when it comes to miss their sommermilden and slightly neurotic family history with the necessary drive. But thanks to an excellent cast, opened the little clichés hardly disturb, but only increase the fun of a story that despite serious issues like sexual orientation and identity, and the volatility of family happiness, just damn fun, and it conjures up a happy smile in the face.

Title: Seafood – Crustaces et Coquillages Country of production: France Year of production: 2004 Length: 90 (Min) Rental: Prokino / Fox

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