Now Playing: British Comedy Wicked Little Letters starring Olivia Colman!

🇫🇷 A puckish hit comedy from France

A movie about finding a reason for being — even when the world seems to be falling apart.

Albert and Bruno, two friends over-indebted and at the end of their ropes, stumble upon a group of young environmental activists. More attracted by beer and free chips than by their arguments, they will gradually integrate their movement without conviction…

The filmmakers Toledano and Nakache, two French-Jewish directors who are friends and have been directing together for nearly 30 years, are best known for their movie The Intouchables (2011). One of the most successful French movies of all time, it told the story of a newly disabled man and his young caregiver. Their movies are always a blend of comedy and drama, and you often don’t know if you will laugh or cry when a scene begins, which makes their work interesting.

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Runtime 120 minutes
Rated 14A
Directed By Olivier Nakache, Éric Toledano
Starring Pio Marmaï, Jonathan Cohen, Noémie Merlant
Language French With English Subtitles


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