Les branchés à Saint-Tropez (1983)

Director: Max Pecas
Studio: Les Films du Griffon, Les Films Jacques Leitienne, Distra

Starring: Olivia Dutron, Xavier Deluc, Yves Thuillier, Alexandra Lorska, Michel Vocoret, Ticky Holgado, Philippe Klebert, Gerard Croce, Luc Esnault, Joel Prevost, Annemieke Verdoorn, Nathalie Sintes, Mahalia Dalmasso, Pierre Mirat, Jean-Marie Blanche, Marcel Gassouk, Andree Damant, Patrick Dutertre, Dominique Guirous, Claude Juan, Sophie Mathieu, Francisca Sippernay, Daniel Mitrecey.

Description: Four friends discover the pleasures of Saint-Tropez.

Alternative Title:
The Seducers of Saint-Tropez

If it were not Max Pécas it would be an average youth romantic movie with some elements of crime comedy, but it is Max Pécas. So, all other genres may be passed in the lovely name of erotic. Moreover, it’s one of the most successful Max Pécas’ films: it even engendered a so-called “trilogie tropézienne” (with “Deux enfoirés à Saint-Tropez”, 1986, and “On se calme et on boit frais à Saint-Tropez”, 1987, which were his two last films). Well, there is even some plot in “Les branchés à Saint-Tropez”: two young couples arrive at Saint-Tropez and settle on the villa of father of one girl’s ex-. But this father proves to be a counterfeiter, and there is even a police auto-moto-chase in the final of film… Well, who will watch the Max Pécas’ movie for the plot? The genuine subject is a sun, a nudity and a very French joy of life.