Les femmes sont folles

Genre: Comedy
90 min

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I've got printing plates to fix.

No holidays for me.

My dear Gaston,

I bet when Gutenberg said

he wanted to invent the printing press,

his father was also dismissive.

Now he'd change his tune.

Emile's not Gutenberg.

No, he's a Robilleau.

And we Robilleaus are

self-made men.

Go through here for the tour.

This chateau may well fall down.

- But...

- You're the owner?

- I have that honour.

- How can you say that, you bastard.

- Who is this maniac ?

- I'm Captain Cabriac.

- Don't know any Cabriac.

- How about my wife?

- Your wife?

- Suzette.

- Lovely name.

- I'm just back from the colonies.

- That explains it...the sun....

- You weren't expecting me?

- No.

And what do I find

after being away for 2 years?

This letter...

Where is it ?

The letter where my wife

confessed everything.

You can't deny it.

You sure you got

the right place?

"I've decided to make a new life.

"I love Robert Patrick.

'Bye, cuckold."

No! Me a cuckold ?

You think it's funny?

You've got a hide, the lot of you.

Here's my card.

I'm not Robert Patrick.

- You're not Robert Patrick?

- No.

- I'm Robilleau.

- What a shame.

- I would've killed you with pleasure.

- How nice !

Why did she leave me ?

She's such a sweetie, and such a good cook.

- I've got her right under my skin.

- Right under ?

I shouldn't have trusted a schoolteacher.

We really don't care.

But I'll find her,

and they'll pay


Do we what became of

Robert Patrick...

I like the monastery story.

It's the most exciting version.

Exciting? His sort would want to

to go on a voyage

with his woman.

That'd be safest.

That woman followed him for love.

Leaving behind

an unhappy wretch.

All women are there for the taking,

if you can't take care of them.

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