Summary: Sacha (Gad Elmaleh) likes his friends, his piano and partying. He spends his evenings playing in a jazz club where he seduces pretty girls. He is happy and free, living in the thrill of the moment. No alarm clock, no wedding ring, no taxes. Accident prone Charlotte (Sophie Marceau) has three children, two ex-husbands and a career to manage. She doesn’t have any space for romance in her life. They are poles apart and have nothing in common… but cannot stay apart..
Australian Cinema Release Date: 30th May, 2013
Australian DVD Release Date: TBA
Director: James Huth
Screenwriter: James Huth, Sonja Shillito
Cast: Michael Abiteboul (Lionel Ronssin), Maurice Barthelemy (Laurent Helewa), Geoffrey Bateman (Bill), Jess Bennett (Cynthia), Francois Berleand (Alain Posche), Clara Bonnet (Irene), Robert Charlebois (Jean-Seb Bigstone), Milena Chiron (Suzy), Valerie Crouzet (Cecile Monet), Vincent Deniard (Nicolas), Gad Elmaleh (Sacha Keller), Armando Gamberini (Vincenzo), Timothe Gauron (Louis), Cyril Guei (Xavier Sabi), Jean-Claude Hadid (Iszak), Aleksandra Klebanska (Marieke), Timeo Leloup (Leonard), Audrey Looten (Charlotte), Sophie Marceau (Charlotte Posche), Macha Meril (Fanfan Keller), Dina Capistrano Nietes (Minerva Cea), Pierre-Yves Plat (Bruno Vaneau), Xavier Pottier (Romain), Shannon Renaudeau (Lea), Julie-Anne Roth (Chris Tamalet), Jenson Samoo (Laurent), Jerome Seydoux (Professeur Deloele), Litzi Vezsi (Mamie Matzu), Francois Vincentelli (Cesar Renaudeau)
Runtime: 110 mins
SUBCULTURE MEDIA/THE GOOD THE BAD THE UGLY FILM SHOW REVIEWS/RATINGS OF ‘HAPPINESS NEVER COMES ALONE’:
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