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In order not to be thrown from his big Parisian apartment by his sister, the idiosyncratic pensioner Joseph takes the 20-year-old farmer's daughter Marilyn with him. She wants to complete an apprenticeship as a make-up artist in the capital, preferably for horror films. An unequal pair, which soon finds attraction as well as rejection.

  1. Emilie Deleuze

    Director, Writer

  2. Maïté Maillé

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Michel Galabru

    Michel Galabru

    Joseph Coudré

  2. Luce Radot

    Marilyn

  3. Marcial Di Fonzo Bo

    Marcial Di Fonzo Bo

    Éric Lesage

  4. Alexandra Stewart

    Alexandra Stewart

    Madeleine

  5. Abraham Belaga

    Abraham Belaga

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À deux c'est plus facile
À deux c'est plus facile

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  • December 12, 2009
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 1h 19m

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