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Conseil de Famille

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama, Comedy
Release Date:January 1, 1986
Running time:117 minutes
Cast:Johnny Hallyday, Fanny Ardant, Guy Marchand, Laurent Romor, Rémi Martin
Producer:Michèle Ray

Description: Renowned director Constantin Costa-Gavras (whose 1969's feature Z won multiple international awards and was a box office success) tries his hand at an unusual mix of comedy and crime in this story. When a father (Johnny Hallyday) gets out of prison, he comes home to his wife (Fanny Ardant) and two teen-age kids to pick up where he left off. That is to say, he intends to raise his kids right and continue burglarizing his way into the easy life. He joins up again with his old partner Faucon (Guy Marchand), but early on Papa's wily son cons him into making him a partner too. The years go by, and just when the family seems poised for the big time, an obstacle pops up from a totally unexpected sector.~ Eleanor Mannikka, All Movie Guide

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