Not Everybody's Lucky Enough to Have Communist Parents  

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Not Everybody's Lucky Enough to Have Communist Parents or Tout le monde n'a pas eu la chance d'avoir des parents communistes is a 1993 French comedy film directed by Jean-Jacques Zilbermann and starring Josiane Balasko. She received her second nomination to the César Award for Best Actress for this role.

Plot

In 1958 open referendum for the adoption of the Constitution of the Fifth French Republic, the daily life of Irene, communist activist who was rescued from concentration camps by the Red Army when she was young, and who is married to Bernard small Gaullist trader. Their political differences undermine their torque, watched their son and brother of Irene that often comes with her sister. In this historical moment, the Alexandrov Ensemble come to give a representation in France, allowing Irene to meet veterans of the Battle of Stalingrad in the sight jealous of her husband. She will do anything to convince him to vote no in the referendum ...

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