Do you like French summer comedies like “Moniseur Claude and his daughters”, “Only flying is nicer” or “Just an hour’s rest!”? Then you should definitely not miss “My Terribly Spoiled Family” by Nicolas Cuche.
French comedies are real hits in German cinemas too. “Pretty best friends”, “Monsieur Claude and his daughters” or “Welcome to the Sch’tis” are just a few examples. Why this is so is obvious: the humorous family and love stories often convey the special attitude towards the life of our French neighbors, juggle with eccentric characters, show wonderful timing in terms of situational comedy, and always manage to touch people.
With “My Terribly Spoiled Family”, the next French summer comedy will start in German cinemas on May 12, 2022. And the trailer shows very clearly that director Nicolas Cuche delivers exactly what most moviegoers would expect from the film: comedy bursting with energy, which ultimately also has one or two life lessons in store.
This is “My Terribly Spoiled Family”
At the center of the story are Philippe (Artus), Stella (Camille Lou), and Alexandre (Louka Meliava), who live a carefree and luxurious life thanks to the millions of their father Francis (Gérard Jugnot). But the A successful businessman is fed up with his spoiled children and decides to bring them back down to earth:
In order for his offspring to learn to stand on their own two feet, he pretends that he is broke and that the police are looking for him. Philippe, Stella, and Alexandre now have to take responsibility for themselves for the first time in their lives and experience first-hand how difficult it can be to provide for themselves…
Director Nicolas Cuche, who has already staged the romantic comedy “Happiness on Detours”, among other things, has secured one of the most popular French actors of the present day in Gérard Jugnot for his new film. Above all, his appearance as Clément Mathieau in the hit “The Children of Monsieur Mathieu” from 2003 boosted Jugnot’s popularity again after he had already starred in classics such as “Monsieur Klein”, “The Tenant” or “A Duddler” in the 1970s on the wrong track” was to be seen.