On 31, Jan 2013 | In | By fffdemo
Happiness Never Comes Alone
Un Bonheur N’Arrive Jamais Seul
de James Huth
From the director of Brice de Nice, comes a “Parisian romcom draped in Hollywood attire.”
Montmartre dweller Sacha (Gad Elmaleh, “the favourite comic of the French”) is a talented pianist who dreams of making it big on Broadway one day. He loves his friends, his music, and partying. At night, he plays in a jazz club and seduces beautiful women. He lives for the moment, for pleasure; no alarm clock, no commitments, no taxes.
Charlotte (French screen siren, Sophie Marceau) has three children, two ex-husbands, a nanny, and a professional career to juggle at the same time. She has no place for a love affair. “This film is about two people who have nothing in common,” Marceau explains, “yet who fall head over heels in love. There’s something really intimate and universal about it.”
Huth’s comedy is filled with playful hysterics, slick cinematography by Stephane Le Parc and a luscious musical score from Bruno Coulais of Les Choristes fame.Watch Trailer