Croque la vie (1981)

Director
Jean-Charles Tacchella

Main cast
Carole Laure; Brigitte Fossey; Bernard Giraudeau; Alain Doutey; Jacques Serres

Genres
Drama, Comedy

Description
Friendships and business do not mix, that's what we find with Theresa, Catherine and Alain, three longtime friends. Freshly graduated, they decided to start their own business, but work is scarce and a fight breaks out between the trio. Separated, married and scattered all over France, the once inseparable trio no longer keep in touch. But four years later, they decided to organize a big party for their reunion which serves as an opportunity for them to put things right and confess everything they have in their hearts.


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