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18 Years Later (18 ans apres)

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Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:90 minutes
Cast:André Dussollier, Michel Boujenah, Roland Giraud, Madeleine Besson, Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu
Director:Coline Serreau

Description: Coline Serreau's 18 Ans Apres (18 Years Later) is a sequel to her 1985 film Three Men and a Cradle, which was re-made in America as Three Men and a Baby. Marie (Madeleine Besson) is now on the verge of turning 18. She decides to spend a summer vacation with her mother Sylvia. Joining them are Sylvia's husband (Ken Samuels) and his two young adult boys (Gregoire Lavollay-Porter and James Thierree). Eventually her three dads (André Dussollier, Michel Boujenah, and Roland Giraud) and a housekeeper show up. The differences between Americans and the French, the foibles of single parenthood, and the pitfalls of middle-aged love and sex provide the material for the film's comedy.~ Perry Seibert, All Movie Guide

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