I’M GOING HOME TO MUM
COMEDY - 90'
40-year-old François, newly divorced and out of work for two years, is going through a bad patch. Having run out of resources, he has no alternative but to go back to live with his mother, Alice, in the small town where he was born. He conceals his situation from his mother, pretending that a job with a small local company brought him home. The cohabitation between mother and son is fraught. Alice is enjoying an active retirement and has a hard time adjusting to the whims of her possessive son, who\'s used to the all the conveniences of life in Paris. And François discovers that his mother has a lover, who is none other than the tyrannical gym teacher who ruined his school days. François is beset by blunders and misunderstandings as he tries to get his life back on course while hiding his shameful condition from his mother, who turns out to be more perceptive than he thought, and equally determined to get her son back on track. Caught between fond memories of a less-than-glorious childhood and the perspective of a life in an ambiguous relationship, François can now assume his renaissance.
Cast: Annie Cordy, Pierre Cassignard, Peggy Leray, Barthelemy Guillemard, Rufus