Synopsis: The story of a family and a love affair told through the journey of a young woman called Suzanne.
Genre: Drama
Production: Panache Productions
  4 wins & 9 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min

- Yes.

She must visit

a gynecologist immediately.

She told me she has none.

I can recommend someone, if you want.

Why are you keeping it?

I feel like it.

- Hi dad.

- Hi.

- Did you have a nice trip?

- Yes.

- Where is Suzanne?

- She's inside. Go in.

- Hi!

- Beer made me the man I am!

How sexy!

- Did you wear those for me?

- You wish!

Hi. Glad to see you.

My sister made me up.

You don't look like your sister.

Watch out with him.

- Do you kiss as well as she does?

- Stop it!

You didn't mind in the 4th grade.

I traumatised him.

Will you buy me a drink?

Sure, let's go.

Check out the Master at work!

Don't tell my father!

I went to see Melissa and Thea.

- To declare your love?

- No!

We're coming!

It's Vince. Let's go.

Will you come with us dad?

Come on!

No, I'm tired.

Remy is coming for coffee, too.

- Aren't you bored of him yet?

- No.

When are you two getting married?


It's so loud, you'll go deaf.

- Good, I won't listen to your bullshit.

- Yeah, sure!

The door!

I will drive.

Help! Woman at the wheel!

I won't destroy your car.

Have you got

your driver's lisence with you?

- What?

- Nothing.

I haven't got one yet.

Are you kidding?

This car has cost me a year's salaries!

I still pay for it. Stop!

Slow down...

What are you doing?

It's not a bumper car!


Go lighter on the pedal.

You'll break it!

Don't worry.

Charlie, did you see?


- How's it going?

- Good.

Will you introduce me?

Maria is mine. The tall one.

This is Julien from Marseille.

Are you from Marseille? Me too.

This one... This race.

Bet on that one.

Yellow and black, that's nice.

I like it.

I like this one.

Has he got a father?


Here's a tip.

Bet on 7,

4 and 1.

In this order.

They will end up

in a burger

Can you buy them now,

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