Belle maman

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Belle maman
Directed by Gabriel Aghion
Produced by Bruno Pésery
Xavier Castano
Written by Gabriel Aghion (screenplay)
Danièle Thompson (screenplay)
Jean-Marie Duprez (novel)
Starring Catherine Deneuve
Line Renaud
Mathilde Seigner
Stephane Audran
Idris Elba
Françoise Lépine
Artus de Penguern
Danièle Lebrun
Laurent Lafitte
Jean-Marie Winling
Cinematography Romain Winding
Running time
102 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $10.1 million
Box office $7.5 million[1]

Belle maman is a 1999 comedic French film starring Catherine Deneuve, Line Renaud, Stephane Audran, Idris Elba, Françoise Lépine and directed by Gabriel Aghion.[2][3] The title translates into English as "step mother".


A comedy about the ideal dysfunctional family in modern France, the grandmother is a lesbian, her girlfriend is mentally unstable, her daughter is a free spirit and her granddaughter is a seriously uptight attorney.


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