It is now the turn of the children of Xavier and Wendy to live their European experience.
Everything, however, opposes Tom and Mia: one is 26 years old and aims to set up his start-up in New York.
The other is 22 years old and campaigns for refugee rights, without having told his family.
It is when they inherit an apartment in Athens on the death of their grandfather that they find each other, but their differences of opinion will make the management of the inheritance very complicated.
Tom joins his sister in Greece and discovers her identity as an activist, she who claims to be doing an ordinary Erasmus.
Both will live in community, like their parents 25 years earlier, with other young people from all over the world, which will finally bring them closer.
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Released in 2002,
portrait of European youth following the adventures of Xavier (Romain Duris) on a university exchange in Barcelona.
The hit comedy had seen two sequels brought to the big screen,
in 2005 and
in 2013. It is therefore more than 20 years after the first opus that Cédric Klapisch imagines this series of eight episodes between sequel and spin off.
Here, the director takes a look at today's youth, their difficulties in a Europe with darker issues.
, when a teenage friendship turns into a toxic obsession
In the casting, we find Aliocha Schneider and Megan Northam in the roles of Tom and Mila.
Romain Duris and Kelly Reilly reprise their roles as Xavier and Wendy, now parents.
Also making an appearance are the former emblematic acolytes of the trilogy: Cécile de France, Kevin Bishop or even Barnaby Metschurat.
Aggy K. Adams, Reham Alkassar, Amir Baylly, Davide Iachini and Amro Ahmad Jamous.
The Prime Video original series is co-directed with Lola Doillon and Antoine Garceau.
A rather promising first trailer was unveiled on Monday, February 6.
The series will be broadcast from April 14 on Amazon's streaming platform.
In video, trailer:
puzzle by Cédric Klapisch