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Hip talk-radio host and journalist Mingus (Chris Rock) and his French photographer girlfriend, Marion (Julie Delpy), live cozily in a New York apartment with their cat and two young children from previous relationships. But when Marion's jolly father (played by Delpy’s real-life dad, Albert Delpy), her oversexed sister, and her sister's outrageous boyfriend unceremoniously descend upon them for an overseas visit, it initiates two unforgettable days of family mayhem. With their unabashed openness and sexual frankness, the triumvirate is bereft of boundaries or filters. . . and no one is left unscathed in its wake. The visitors push every button in the couple’s relationship, truly putting it to the test. How will the couple fare. . . when the French come to New York?

PRODUCTION TEAM

Directed by
Julie DELPY

Produced by
Scott Franklin

Associate Producers
Dominique Boutonnat
Arnaud Bertrand
Hubert Caillard
Gérald Frydman
Jean-Claude Fleury
David Claikens
Alex Verbaere

Executive Producers
Helge Sasse
Matthias Triebel

Producers
Julie Delpy
Ulf Israel
Jean-Jacques Neira
Hubert Toint

Story by
Julie Delpy Alexia Landeau Alex Nahon

Screenplay by
Julie Delpy and Alexia Landeau

Editor
Isabelle Devinck

Costume Designer
Rebecca Hofherr

Casting by
Suzanne Smith Crowley
Jessica Kelly

Director of Photography
Lubomir Bakchev

Production Designer
Judy Rhee


CAST

Chris Rock

Julie Delpy

Albert Delpy

Alexia Landeau

Alex Nahon

Dylan Baker

Kate Burton

Malinda Williams

Talen Riley

and Daniel Brühl

 

“ALMOST AS GOOD AS VINTAGE WOODY ALLEN. Julie Delpy displays the flighty charm of a young Diane Keaton.” – Stephen Holden, NY Times

“A HILARIOUS COMEDY OF MANNERS. There are echoes of Woody Allen, as if Annie Hall were behind the camera.” – Thelma Adams, Yahoo Movies

“Fresh, vibrant and most of all, disarmingly funny.” – John Lichman, The Playlist

“A successful follow-up to 2 Days in Paris. Mr. Rock’s performance is particularly winning.” – Manohla Dargis, NY Times

“A comedy of manners paced like a classic French farce, it pulls us back in as easily as an old friend after a years-long absence.” – Elise Nakhnikian, Slant Magazine

 
Date for DVD release subject to change.