About the film
country house world war ii attempted murder family history saint tropez old man centenarian timeline 1940s 1950s 1960s 1930s life annuity
Release Date: January 19, 1972
|Production Companies||:||Les Productions Artistes Associés, Les Films Dargaud|
|Writers||:||René Goscinny, Pierre Tchernia|
In 1930, Louis Martinet, a peaceful sexagenarian, no longer has a long life to live according to the words of his doctor, Leon Galipeau, who sees to take advantage of the very interesting situation of the "future deceased". This one indeed has a small house in Saint-Tropez. Galipeau sniffs the windfall. Following his advice, Martinet agrees to give it in life to the brother of the doctor, Emile, and then rushes back to a health of iron. Worse, he even survives the war. Galipeau, exhausted, decide to use the great means to get rid of the importunce who persists in thwarting their project ...