Marilyne et Bruno Caron arrivent dans un village de montagne pour emménager dans un chalet qu’ils ont loué à Patrick Castang, promoteur et propriétaire de nombreuses habitations dans la région. Contents de quitter le nord de la France pour démarrer une nouvelle vie, ils acceptent sans sourciller quand Castang leur annonce qu’il va les loger momentanément dans un autre chalet de grand standing car le leur n’est pas terminé. S’ensuivra alors une succession de déconvenues qui va les conduire à déménager de nombreuses fois, avec le sentiment grandissant d’être traités sans aucune considération, alors même que les Castang multiplient patiemment et avec bienveillance les efforts envers eux. Les relations entre les deux familles vont se tendre. Bruno et Marilyne Caron ne supportent plus d’avoir sous leurs yeux le bonheur et l’abondance de biens des Castang. Leur amertume, alimentée par la jalousie, l’envie et la frustration, finira par devenir de la haine. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Bruno and Maryline move into a small town of the French Apls, chasing their dream for a better life. But their primary enthusiasm becomes disappointment, anger and jealousy.
- Stars:Jason Mewes, Josh Hammond, Bill McAdams Jr., Jessica Sonneborn, Kristina Page, Al Snow, Augie Duke, Noel Thurman, Ryan Michael Wojcik, Jennifer Kristin Cox, Barnaby Duke, Jérémie Renier, Julie Depardieu, Lucien Jean-Baptiste, Alexandra Lamy, Benoît Giros, Ludmila Ruoso, Apollonia Luisetti, Olga Vasté, Laïan Monta, Keren Marciano, Andrea Montoro Combier, Ludovic Berthillot, Brice Fournier, Céline Giusiano, Christine Sireyzol,
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