Thirty-year-old Antoine leaves Paris and reluctantly returns to the south of France to look after the family mobile grocery van while his father recovers from a heart attack. He gradually warms to his experience in the hills and his encounters with the villagers and love for the countryside. Evocatively capturing the bucolic beauty of provincial France, this gentle feel-good charmer sparkles with quirky humour and joie de vivre and guarantees to warm hearts with its classic story of a man finally coming of age.
A little too much fromage...
- The Grocer's Son review by JM
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You rated this film: 3
Good to look at - fabulous scenery and attractive leads. But the story is predictable and rather cheesy. However, if you're looking for easy on the eye and undemanding entertainment, then it's a safe bet.