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This is the prototype of the bourgeois comedy of the seventies in France .It was better applied on Yves Robert's "Un Elephant Ca Trompe Enormément" and its sequel but Michel Boisrond's flick is pleasant enough ,if you do not ask too much.
Two wives (one housewife and one decorator)throw their husbands (Daniel Ceccaldi and Jean-Pierre Marielle) out."Phew!Bachelors again!" say the overjoyed lucky executives.
However ,the movie succumbs to the clichés of the time:one of the characters leaves the city to go breeding sheep in the country while another one (male) finds love again,but not with a woman.
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