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by Nicolas Charlet, Bruno Lavaine


Once upon a time in 2012, three brothers lived happily. One day their mom fell into a coma. So Henri, Philippe, and Louis suddenly started wondering about the meaning of their lives and were swamped by a wave of existential doubts. An entirely new situation for this bourgeois trio in their forties, one which opened a door to the novel and indeed the forbidden... and to the big bad wolf! That's how little Riri fell in love, got caught out by his wife, and had to take refuge at Fi's place. That's how Fifi fell in love, and in turn got caught out by his wife, and so both brothers had to then take refuge at Loulou's, in his big, solid house. But was the eldest brother's house really that solid? And what if adult life isn't completely a children's fairy tale?

international title: The Big Bad Wolf
original title: Le Grand Méchant Loup
country: France, Belgium
sales agent: Other Angle Pictures
year: 2013
genre: fiction
directed by: Nicolas Charlet, Bruno Lavaine
film run: 107'
release date: FR 10/07/2013
screenplay: Nicolas Charlet, Bruno Lavaine
cast: Benoît Poelvoorde, Kad Merad, Fred Testot, Valérie Donzelli, Charlotte Le Bon, Zabou Breitman, Cristiana Reali, Léa Drucker
cinematography by: Laurent Dailland
film editing: Reynald Bertrand
art director: Laurent Tesseyre
costumes designer: Charlotte David
music: Éric Neveux
producer: Nicolas Altmayer, Eric Altmayer
production: Mandarin Productions / Mandarin Cinéma, Mars Films, TF1 Studio Production, Scope Pictures
distributor: Mars Films Distribution, Alternative Films
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