oyages en Italie
is the first part of a trilogy around the question of desire, the couple and parenthood.
In a way, it's also the sequel to Sophie Letourneur's previous feature,
It already featured a couple, Claire (Marina Foïs) and Frédéric (Jonathan Cohen), confronted with her first pregnancy, told as a farce bordering on a horror film, between David Cronenberg and the Farrelly brothers.
Sophie (Sophie Letourneur herself) and Jean-Fi (Philippe Katerine), they are already parents of a little Raoul.
Domestic life, usury, verbena have changed adrenaline into routine.
To rekindle the flame, she offers a romantic getaway.
He begins by balking:
“Daily problems must be solved on a daily basis.”
They set sail for Sicily and the Aeolian Islands.
But leaving Raoul in Paris with his in-laws worries Jean-Fi.
Just like flying.
“We are both going to die, Raoul will no longer have parents.
Who will take care...
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