Two distant cousins meet for the first time at a wedding banquet for an elderly couple. They both decide that they should see more of each other, and over time, a friendship develops. However, their respective spouses begin to think that more than a friendship is blooming, and as more and more people being to think so as well, the idea starts to become appealing to them.
Director: Jean-Charles Tacchella.
Stars: Marie-Christine Barrault, Victor Lanoux, Marie-France Pisier, Guy Marchand, Ginette Garcin, Sybil Maas, Popeck, Pierre Plessis, Catherine Verlor, Hubert Gignoux, Françoise Caillaud, Véronique Dancier, Catherine Day, Carine Delamare, Maite Delamare.
1975 Prix Louis Delluc – Winner.
1977 Academy Awards – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Marie-Christine Barrault).
1977 Academy Awards – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Writing, Screenplay Written Directly for the Screen (Jean-Charles Tacchella/Danièle Thompson).
1977 Academy Awards – Nominated for an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film.
1977 Golden Globes – Nominated for Best Foreign Film.
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