Happiness Never Comes Alone
Sacha is a real seducer, a man with no ties or emotional or professional. Charlotte is a modern and independent woman, but barely has time to care for their three children. While Sacha and Charlotte are, at first glance, two incompatible beings, when they meet soon discover that they are quite complementary and need each other.
- Stars:Gad Elmaleh, Sophie Marceau, Maurice Barthélémy, François Berléand, Michaël Abiteboul, Julie-Anne Roth, Macha Méril, Litzi Vezsi, Cyril Guei, François Vincentelli, Robert Charlebois, Valérie Crouzet, Dina Capistrano Nietes, Milena Chiron, Timothé Gauron,
- Director:James Huth,
- Writer:James Huth (screenplay), Sonja Shillito (screenplay)
Sacha Keller is only interested in one night stands with 20-somethings and has a phobia of children. That is until he meets Charlotte, the divorced mother-of-three and ex-wife of one his employer's powerful clients. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ca) wrote: not liked it, it's not even a story
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(fr) wrote: not your typical zombie movie its alright but not great by any means