They love each other… well, almost! on TF1: “nice surprises”, “clichés”… what does the press think of the TV movie based on Muriel Robin’s show? – Movie news

Following ‘I Love You Coiffure’, tonight TF1 brings to the screens a second play from the comedian, co-written with Pierre Palmade, in a two-part made-for-TV movie that’s summoning a gallery of guests. Did it appeal to critics?


Why is ?

In their Parisian building, follow the intricate stories of five couples and their entourage through the four seasons. Whether married, separated or divorced, they bring to light the good and bad sides of living together: consenting marriages, ordeals of in-laws, daily quarrels, jealousies, friendships, lies, infidelities, little misunderstandings… Life, in a way!

They love each other… well, almost! – Created by Muriel Robin and directed by Hervé Brami

With Muriel Robin, Pierre Arditi, Carole Bouquet, Pierre Palmade, Audrey Fleurot…

Monday 18 April at 21:10 on TF1 and in the preview on SALTO

What the press thinks…

According to TeleZ:

This delightful adaptation has some nice surprises in store. Even if we know the lyrics, their reinterpretation remains palatable. 3/5

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According to Télé 7 Jours:

This TV movie adapts the sketches of the show They Love Each Other and its sequels. With not just one, but half a dozen couples. The duo Muriel Robin – Pierre Arditi deserves a special mention. And a moving thought for the late Jean-Pierre Pernaut, who surprisingly appears in a composition role. 3/5

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According to the TV star:

(…) quite a few actors, interspersed with particularly comical scenes. 3/5

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According to Télé Loisirs:

This new fiction – adapted from the play “Ils s’aiment” by Muriel Robin and Pierre Palmade, whose 25th anniversary we are celebrating – is entertaining, despite all the clichés. The cast is top notch and the winks sure are amusing, like seeing Nikos Aliagas as the wedding photographer. 2.5/5

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According to Telerama:

Each couple is entitled to their suite of sketches of widely varying quality. If some episodes openly yawn (the ones with Palmade and Bouquet), we’ll still remember Muriel Robin and Pierre Arditi’s tasty shouting matches, which are as good as old divorcees who can’t part. 2/5

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They love each other… almost on TF1: the first frames of the TV film adapted from the show by Michèle Laroque and Pierre Palmade

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