Ma femme... s'appelle Maurice (2004)




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In this broad farce from French director Jean-Marie Poire, a Parisian must scramble to save his house, marriage and livelihood -- all having been threatened as a result of his own dishonesty. Georges' (Philippe Chevallier) troubles began while vacationing in Italy with his hot young mistress Emmanuelle (Alice Evans) when she discovered he has a wife and his only source of income is an allowance from his mother-in-law (Stephane Audran) -- both facts Georges had gone out of his way to conceal. With the trip ruined, the pair returns home to Paris where Georges discovers his mother-in-law's intentions of selling the swanky apartment he and his wife live in. Soon, the adulterous Frenchman must fend off prospective buyers, a very vindictive Emmanuelle and her freakishly virile and extremely jealous boyfriend (Gotz Otto) -- with the unexpected assistance of Maurice (Regis Laspales), a man he ran into on the street.


Regis Laspales
as Maurice Lappin
Philippe Chevallier
as Georges Audefey
Alice Evans
as Emmanuelle
Martin Lamotte
as Jean-Bernard Trouaballe
Guy Marchand
as Charles Boisdain

Critic Reviews for Ma femme... s'appelle Maurice

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (2)

Slap an ill-fitting dress on an ugly man and you have instant guffaws. That surefire vaudeville tactic guarantees this chaotic French farce a fair share of laughs.

Aug 26, 2004 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Aside from Laspalès's enlivening physical humor, Poiré's forced, formulaic comedy of errors has little to offer.

Aug 24, 2004 | Full Review…

Plods along in slow motion when the action should be zippy and fun.

Aug 27, 2004 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…

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