A film by Jerome Enrico

The late Bernadette Lafont, a key figure in the French New Wave, stars as a grouchy widow with an overly tart tongue. While struggling to make ends meet, she discovers she has a talent for selling hashish. Set in the projects on the edge of Paris, this politically incorrect, comic take on aging and loneliness might recall Tatie Danièle. With Carmen Maura.

“As the bad-grandma title character, Bernadette Lafont is all in, never playing for sympathy or sugarcoating the nastiness.” —The Hollywood Reporter


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