|Directed by||Louis Malle|
|Produced by||Louis Malle
|Written by||Jean-Claude Carrière
|Music by||Stéphane Grappelli|
|Edited by||Emmanuelle Castro|
|24 January 1990 (France)|
Milou en mai, released as Milou in May in the UK and as May Fools in North America, is a 1990 film by Louis Malle. The film portrays the impact of the French revolutionary fervour of May 1968 on a French village.
Milou's mother dies just as the unrest and strikes are sweeping the country. The events interfere with the plans for a funeral and disrupt the family and a stranded truck driver. The film combines elements of social and interpersonal commentary with farce.
- Miou-Miou - Camille, Milou's daughter
- Michel Piccoli - Milou
- Michel Duchaussoy - Georges, Milou's brother
- Bruno Carette - Grimaldi (the actor's last film)
- Paulette Dubost - Mrs. Vieuzac, Milou's mother
- Harriet Walter - Lily, Milou's sister-in-law
- Martine Gautier - Adèle, the servant and Milou's lover
- Rozenne Le Tallec - Marie-Laure
- Jeanne Herry - Françoise (as Jeanne Herry-Leclerc)
- Renaud Danner - Pierre-Alain
- François Berléand - Daniel
- Dominique Blanc - Claire, Milou's niece
- Valérie Lemercier - Mme Boutelleau
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- Best Foreign Direction, David di Donatello Awards 1990.
- Nomination for Best Foreign Film, BAFTA Awards 1991.
- César Award for Best supporting Actress: Dominique Blanc. Nominations for Césars for Best Actor: Michel Piccoli, Best Actress: Miou-Miou, and Best Supporting Actor: Michel Duchaussoy. 1991.
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