Claire Girard (Marina Foïs) is an internationally renowned pianist whose agent is her own husband, Frédéric (Jonathan Cohen), a handyman, funny and caring.
But Frédéric suffers from not having children.
By dint of replacing his pill with a sweetener, Frédéric manages to have a child behind Claire's back.
Nine difficult months follow for the mother-to-be.
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Everything is enormous in Sophie Letourneur's comedy
,” says Étienne Sorin in the columns of
The journalist relishes the situations and dialogues of the comic duo Marina Foïs and Jonathan Cohen.
The director pushes the cork even further and reverses stereotypes.
Schoolboy version of
amuses and scares at the same time on worn-out subjects (the couple, motherhood)
This fantasy deconstructs the fantasies of enchanted pregnancy and confronts taboos, sometimes in a harsh manner.
Christophe Caron, The Voice Of The North
Catherine Balle du
farce as improbable as it is hilarious."
But while remaining funny until the end, the film quickly turns into an ultra-realistic and detailed account of the pregnancy
This singular mixture is a strength since it allows "
to sow multiple questions on maternity, fatherhood, the relationship to the body of pregnant women
To read also: Marina Foïs: "
Everything I live feeds my work
For Nathalie Chifflet in the
Latest News from Alsace
the docufiction gives substance to one of the most particular films seen for a long time on motherhood
An analysis shared by
La Voix du Nord
where Christophe Caron believes that “
this fantasy deconstructs the fantasies of the enchanted pregnancy and confronts taboos, sometimes crudely.
She even allows herself to reshuffle the cards with emotion in a quasi-documentary style final
The feature film is more than a well-written, well-performed comedy about childbirth.
Laura Tuillier, Liberation
Its square format "
acts as much laughter boxes as it does a rigorous staging framework
", analyzes Laura Tuillier for
The feature film is more than a well-written and well-played comedy about childbirth.
holds out a myriad of small distorting, hilarious, raw mirrors, where life together seems like a small business, where sex is utilitarian and serves to 'relax'
To read also: Jonathan Cohen: "
I have a real problem with romanticism
As for the actors, Jonathan Cohen is “
La Voix Du Nord
and proves that 2020 marks its “
” while Marina Foïs is “
The comic duo is “
” according to Caroline Vié of
, with an “
The film is "
carried by the mad energy
" of the actor according to the
Journal Du Dimanche
But Marina Foïs, “
impeccable as an almost autistic pianist, is exhausted in favor of pure naturalism in her last movement.
Huge looks like a butt of short programs from before JT.
Thomas Baurez, Premiere
But Sophie Letourneur's fourth feature fails to convince everyone, including Fabrice Leclerc in
This story of a reverse convade tries to shock the bourgeois with blows of trash humor and desecration.
But the trash quickly becomes vulgar and the characters anesthetized.
"Less aggressive, Thomas Baurez of
has the feeling that the film"
looks like an end to end of short programs from before JT.
An impression reinforced by the desperately flat photo of the film and beyond a certain stripping down in the frame, by the few staging ideas to be put in their mouths.