"Crowd-pleasing comedy" - Variety
Unashamedly romantic, this comedy of manners begins with a family wedding and funeral. Roni, a gauche, successful, non-religious diamond dealer is the polar opposite to his observant brother Zef, a classical musician. Bound by their decrepit, elderly father and beautiful daughters, the family experiences fall-outs, fall-ins and fall-overs. Set in Paris, Saint-Tropez and New York, It Happened in Saint-Tropez is a veritable chocolate box of familial complications. Can the brothers’ conflicts be resolved, betrayals forgiven and illicit loves flourish?
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