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Aciunea graviteaz n jurul familiei formate din Maurice (Marius Manole), Margaret (Medeea Marinescu) i fiica lor Adele (Diana Roman). Ajuni n preajma vrstei de 40 de ani, cu o fiic de 20, cei doi prini par s fie ntr-o cutare perpetu a unui ideal nedefinit, tnjind mereu dup altceva dect ceea ce le-a oferit viaa pn n acel moment. Existena lor ia o turnur neateptat atunci cnd Adele, tnr student, anun c triete o poveste de dragoste i ateapt un copil de la nimeni altul dect profesorul ei Vincent (Vlad Zamfirescu). Iar tatl Adelei, Maurice (Marius Manole) travereseaz criza vrstei de mijloc creznd c i va gsi fericirea chiar n braele veselei Monique (Mirela Oprior), sora iubitului fiicei sale. Ce se ntmpl cnd protagonitii acesti scenariu ajung fa n fa? Vei descoperi cu zmbetul pe buze la spectacol!

The action revolves around the family of Maurice (Marius Manole), Margaret (Medeea Marinescu) and their daughter Adele (Diana Roman). Around the age of 40, with a 20-year-old daughter, the two parents seem to be in a perpetual search for an undefined ideal, longing for something other than what life gave them until that moment. Their existence takes an unexpected turn when Adele, a young student, announces she lives a love affair and is expecting a child from no one other than her professor Vincent (Vlad Zamfirescu). And Adela's father, Maurice (Marius Manole), experiences the middle age crisis, believing that he would find happiness in the arms of Monique (Mirela Oprior), the sister of her daughter's lover. What happens when the protagonists come face to face? You will discover laughing at the show!

Cast / Distribuie:

Margaret : Medeea Marinescu

Maurice : Marius Manole

Monique : Mirela Oprior

Vince : Vlad Zamfirescu

Adele : Diana Roman

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