Man evolves slowly. This generation will probably take longer to reach full maturity.
Fred is in his early 30s and his life would be perfect, if it weren’t for his girlfriend’s desire to become a mother. He tries everything he can think of to delay fatherhood. But when his girlfriend gives him an ultimatum, the pressure causes him to lose control and opts for one of the worst possible solutions.
Paul is tormented by the thought of giving up his freedom and taking on the more responsible role of being a father. In Isabelle’s belly, there’s a little being that doesn’t suspect that his impending arrival is throwing his father into such deep anguish.
Sebastian, father of an 8-month-old baby, is happy despite the sleepless nights. His new family brings him much joy. But his friends, Fred and Paul (and their paralyzing fear of responsibility) disappoint him. His new status as a father seems to be the cause of his exclusion from the group.
Can a man have it all: freedom, paternity, wild sex, security, independence, a good marriage, the chance to party all the time and live happily ever after? These three are about to find out!
|A film by||Ricardo Trogi|
|A screenplay by||Jean-Philippe Pearson
|A production by||Nicole Robert|
|Line Producer||Martine Beauchemin|
|Director of photography||Jean-François Lord|
|Production Designer||Jean Bécotte|
|Costume Designer||Anne-Karine Gauthier|
|Music – Original Score||Frédéric Bégin
|National Distribution||Alliance Atlantis Vivafilm|
|International Distribution||Les Films Séville Pictures|
|Agente de crédit||Marjolaine Lemieux|
|Animateurs infopub||Richard Jutras