“Mystery in Saint-Tropez”, the new film by Nicolas Benamou, unveils a new trailer. This police comedy led by a four-star cast is clarified in these new images.
Big comedy on the way
Next July 14, facing the two huge blockbusters that are Fast & Furious 9 and Space Jam: new era, French cinema will try to defend the honor. Battery for the national holiday, Nicolas Benamou’s new film hits theaters. The latter, to whom we owe in particular the two films Baby sitting, and more recently Thoroughly, returns this year with his new comedy: Mystery in Saint-Tropez. The opportunity for him to surround yourself with an impressive cast, which brings together great figures of French cinema. The cast of the feature film is thus made up in particular of Christian Clavier, Gérard Depardieu, Benoît Poelvoorde, Thierry Lhermitte, Jérôme Commandeur, Rossy de Palma, Vincent Desagnat. Just that !
Mystery in Saint-Tropez : new trailer
Studio Canal has just published a new trailer of Mystery in Saint-Tropez (available at the head of the article). The opportunity to confirm what we could already expect. This colorful comedy will take place in the 1970s, and will follow the investigation of Commissioner Boulin (Christian Clavier). Billionaire Claude Tranchant and his wife see their car sabotaged. Thinking of an attempted murder, the latter demands to have the best police officer on the spot. But in the middle of summer, only Commissioner Boulin remains, who is a few weeks away from his retirement. The latter is therefore sent to Saint-Tropez to solve this mysterious affair.
Considering the different trailers, Mystery in Saint-Tropez will rest his tone on burlesque and offbeat comic springs, even sometimes heavy. Nicolas Benamou seems to want to be inspired by Rowan Atkinson’s cinema, whether it be Mr. Bean or obviously Johnny English. The director wants to derive the concept of the clumsy and generally stupid policeman, but on the scale of French cinema. In any case, Mystery in Saint-Tropez promises to be unpretentious entertainment for lovers of French comedies.