- Happiness Is in the Field review by CP Customer
This is a great film. First rate acting (including a small part for Eric Cantona) and extremely funny and beautifully photographed. What is particularly notable is the 'maleness' of it-it is a satire on snobbish, bourgeois women and admiration for sexier, more natural types. The best-drawn character is that of Francis's friend, a 'macho' if ever there was one, who acts as a magnetfor females. Very, very funny: a great portrait of old France!
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