Martine, a housewife who lives alone with her son Silvio, a student in political sciences whom she still supports financially, goes through serious money problems. Far from being deterred, ... See full summary »

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Martine
Pascal Elso ...
Gérard
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Simone
Maurice Chevit ...
Marcel
Judith Henry ...
Nathalie
Lucia Sanchez ...
Carole
Marie Pillet ...
Anna
Christian Bouillette ...
Carlo
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Silvio
Tassadit Mandi ...
Fadia
Roland Marchisio ...
Antoine
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Charles Lefèvre
Brigitte Aubry ...
Une cliente du salon de coiffure
Christine Bechenit ...
Une femme à l'Armée du Salut
Maria Ducceschi ...
La cliente geignarde
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Martine, a housewife who lives alone with her son Silvio, a student in political sciences whom she still supports financially, goes through serious money problems. Far from being deterred, she decides to bounce back. With this in mind she buys an old truck and transforms it into an itinerant hair salon, which will serve (it is her choice) a poor neighborhood. Martine endures a difficult start but little by little people, all more or less colorful, come to the salon and become not only customers but true friends as well . But there are also the 'unhappy few' who resent the 'intruder'. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Alta Pettinatura
Written by Marc Rivière, Thierry Sforza, Carolin Petit and Erick Bamy
Performed by Erick Bamy
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