Cousin, Cousine

  • 1975
  • Movie
  • R
  • Comedy

Pleasant diversion, but not brave enough to push into full-fledged farce. A surprising popular success in the US, the film is what is often mistakenly described as "quintessentially French," perhaps because it has so much that one associates with Gallicism (frank sexuality and matter-of-fact adultery, pretty countrysides and city cafes) and that many Americans...read more

(Movie Clip) Hum A Tune For Me
Biju (Ginette Garcin) at her husband's funeral, escorted by daughter Marthe (Marie-Christine Barrault), who is pleased to re-kindle relations with her (more…)
(Movie Clip) I Didn't Make It Up!
Newly-wed grandmother Biju (Ginette Garcin) greets daughter Marthe (Marie-Christine Barrault) just in time for teenage Nelsa (Catherine Verlor) and he (more…)
(Movie Clip) You Guys Having Fun?
Stranded together after a wedding, distant cousins Marthe (Marie-Christine Barrault) and Ludovic (Victor Lanoux) killing time until their philandering (more…)

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  • Released: 1975
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Pleasant diversion, but not brave enough to push into full-fledged farce. A surprising popular success in the US, the film is what is often mistakenly described as "quintessentially French," perhaps because it has so much that one associates with Gallicism… (more)

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