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Un Air de Famille

Un Air de Famille ★★ Respectable Families; Family Resemblances 1996

Comedy, adapted from a play, about a dysfunctional family. They're meeting at the family's rundown bar to celebrate the birthday of son Philippe's (Yordanoff) silly wife, Yolande (Frot). The bar is run by his brother Henri (Bacri), whose wife calls to say she's left him, while their tactless mother (Maurier) frets over their sister, Betty (Jaoui), who's 30 and still single. What no one knows is that Betty has been secretly seeing Denis (Darroussin), the bartender, whom everyone thinks is simple but is actually the only one with any clue to the family's hypocrisy. French with subtitles. 107m/C VHS, DVD . FR Jean-Pierre Bacri, Agnes Jaoui, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Catherine Frot, Claire Maurier, Wladimir Yordanoff; D: Cedric Klapisch; W: Jean-Pierre Bacri, Agnes Jaoui, Cedric Klapisch; C: Benoit Delhomme. Cesar ‘97: Support. Actor (Darroussin), Support. Actress (Frot), Writing.

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