From Agnes Jaoui, celebrated director of Look at Me and The Taste of Others, comes LET IT RAIN, a witty look at the battle of the sexes and much more. Feminist writer Agathe (Jaoui) writer returns to the South of France to help her sister, Florence, sort out their deceased mother's affairs. While there, Agathe decides to test the political waters by running in a local election and also agrees to be interviewed for a documentary about successful women being made by the blundering duo of Karim (Jamel Debbouze, Amelie), the son of Florence's Algerian housekeeper, and self-professed "reporter" Michel (Jaoui's regular writing partner, Jean-Pierre Bacri). As romantic entanglements, class resentments and the uncooperative weather intrude, Agathe's life hilariously unravels - and the bumbling filmmakers are there to capture it all.
Pascale Arbillot,Agathe Villanova,Guillaume de Tonquedec,Jean-Pierre Bacri,Jamel Debbouze,Agnès Jaoui
From the celebrated director of LOOK AT ME and THE TASTE OF OTHERS, Agnes Jaoui, comes LET IT RAIN, an endlessly charming and a sharp-witted battle of the sexes.An audience favorite at the New York Film Festival, this charismatic comedy is un-missable for fans of French cinema everywhere. Agathe Villanova (Jaoui) is a self-centered, workaholic feminist politician who, upon reluctantly returning to her home in the south of France to sort out her mother's affairs,runs for a local election. Upon her arrival, Agathe grudgingly agrees to take part in a documentary being made by the blundering duo of Karim (Jamel Debbouze, AMELIE) an aspiring filmmaker, and self-professed "reporter" Michel (Jaoui's regular writing partner Jean-Pierre Bacri), on the subject of "successful women." As Agathe's life hilariously unravels, the camera is there to capture it all.