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Imagine that. One fine morning your body decides to no longer obey you. Worse, it takes a cunning pleasure in putting you in the most humiliating situations, and spends time annoying you with the voice of Shrek's donkey! This strange phenomenon is what happens to poor Georges, who has become uncontrollable despite himself.
A young boy, Maurice (Matthias van Khache), lives and works on a farm in the beautiful south of France. His boss (Richard Bohringer) pushes him to the limit. He's underpaid and exploited. He supports his mother, a poor witch who lives in a house in the woods. He's never met his father and left school when he was 16. One day a posh Parisian girl and her racist boyfriend on a short break in a convertible lose their way in the countryside and end up in Maurice's village... (imdb)
Parisian Georges (Philippe Chevallier) is vacationing in Italy with his mistress, Emmanuelle (Alice Evans), when she discovers he has a wife and that his only source of income is an allowance from his mother-in-law (Stephane Audran). Crestfallen, Georges returns to the city to find that his mother-in-law plans to sell his swanky apartment. Now, Georges must fend off prospective buyers, a vindictive Emmanuelle and her jealous boyfriend.
When alimony payments catch up with Felix, his furniture is seized. After a decade-long marriage, Raoul leaves his wife. The two team for a job with Le Gai Vendangeur as sales reps, but they score zero while tooling around Brittany in a silly station wagon. However, when they're joined by friendly, sexy Eliane, sales surge. The wine pours, and so does the money, but it all turns sour when an affair begins between Felix and Eliane, much to Raoul's regret. (Allmovie)
Robert Millard, an industrialist, cheats frequently on his wife, the wealthy and cantankerous Irene. However, his last rendezvous with his pretty secretary, Eve, was the straw that broke the camel: Irene has hired a detective-photographer to take some incriminating shots. Threatened with divorce and thus total ruin, the unfaithful husband should give up and dismiss Eve.