elisa_rolle (elisa_rolle) wrote,

As Luck Would Have It (Le hasard fait bien les choses) (2002) directed by Lorenzo Gabriele

Teacher watches his life become upside down after Justice appoints him as tutor of a troubled kid.

Director: Lorenzo Gabriele

Writers: Philippe Le Dem, Julie Gilbert

Release Date: 20 November 2002 (France)
29 November 2005 (DVD premiere, USA)

Genres: Comedy

Storyline: When the courts appoint college professor Jean-Pierre (Jean-Claude Brialy) as the guardian of a hopelessly troubled teen (Julien Bravo), the teacher instantly fears that his carefully constructed yet precarious life will be turned upside down. That includes a seemingly happy marriage juggled with a homosexual lover (Antonio Interlandi). But the more he protests the ruling, the more suspicions are aroused, giving him some explaining to do.

@Amazon: As Luck Would Have It


Cast (in credits order) Jean-Claude Brialy ... Jean-Pierre Muller
Sabine Haudepin ... Alice
Antonio Interlandi ... Armando
Julien Bravo ... Antoine
Elena Noverraz ... Ana
Jean-Pierre Gos ... Bernie
Lorriane Cherpillod ... Samantha
Anne Kreis ... Mme le juge
Jacques Michel ... Le recteur
Juan-Antonio Crespillo ... Grégoire
Florence Quartenoud ... Assistante sociale #1
Philippe Le Dem ... Dufoix
Jean-Alexandre Blanchet ... Le facteur
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Gaspard Boesch ... Le mari divorcé
Lorianne Cherpillod ... Samantha
Caroline Cons ... Assistante sociale #2
Hélène Hudovernik ... La fleuriste
Brigitte Rosset ... La femme divorcée
Ian Todary ... Tom Brunet (as Yann Toderi)

Jean-Pierre & Armando

Tags: gay romance movie

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