Pardon Mon Affaire, Too!
|Pardon Mon Affaire, Too!|
|Directed by||Yves Robert|
|Written by||Jean-Loup Dabadie
|Music by||Vladimir Cosma|
|Edited by||Pierre Gillette|
|Distributed by||First Artists|
|Box office||$13.5 million|
The film is the immediate continuation of Pardon Mon Affaire, released the previous year.
Having fortuitously discovered a photograph in which Marthe embraces someone unknown, clothed with a chequed jacket, Étienne Dorsay becomes jealous, and imagines various stratagems to identify the lover.
In the meantime, Étienne and his friends acquire a weekend house for a very low price.
As in the previous work, the film is largely narrated by the character Étienne, whose tone shifts with the reality of the images.
- Jean Rochefort as Étienne Dorsay
- Claude Brasseur as Daniel
- Guy Bedos as Simon
- Victor Lanoux as Bouly
- Danièle Delorme as Marthe Dorsay
- Marthe Villalonga as Mouchy Messina
- Christophe Bourseiller as Lucien
- Jenny Arasse as Bernadette
- Josiane Balasko as Josy
- Anne-Marie Blot as Marie-Ange
- Élisabeth Margoni as Daisy
- Pascale Reynaud as Delphine
- Maïa Simon as Mme Chalamand
- Catherine Verlor as Stéphanie
- Jean-Pierre Castaldi as The bully
- Vania Vilers as Benoît
- Daniel Gélin as Bastien
- Gaby Sylvia as Marie-Christine Bosquet
Awards and nominations
- Nominations for the César Awards, 1978 :
- "Nomination for the César Award for Best Film : Nous irons tous au paradis
- "Nomination for the César Award for "décor" : Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko, pour Nous irons tous au paradis
- "Nomination for the César for scenario original or adapted : Jean-Loup Dabadie, pour Nous irons tous au paradis
- "Nous irons tous au paradis (1977)". JP Box Office. Retrieved 1977-09-11. Check date values in:
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