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C'est la vie!

M Comedy

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Synopsis

The masterminds behind the runaway success The Intouchables are back with C’EST LA VIE.
 

After organising hundreds of events over 30 years, Max is close to throwing in the towel. The latest nightmare for the irritable planner is a magnificent wedding reception in a 17th century château, where he thinks he has put together all the ingredients to make the party a success. However as the celebrations get underway everything goes wrong.

He must deal with a volatile, foul-mouthed assistant, missing staff, rebellious waiters, an egocentric groom, broken electrical system and substitute DJ, turning every moment of joy and emotion into a disaster ending in chaos. Can Max and his team pull things together to make the party memorable for all the right reasons?

 

**This film is French with English subtitles

Release Date 16 August 2018
Running Time 1hr 56m
Rating M | Mature
Cast Jean-Pierre Bacri, Gilles Lellouche, Jean-Paul Rouve, Vincent Macaigne
Director Eric Toledano

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