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Pardon Mon Affaire, Too!

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Pardon Mon Affaire, Too!
Nous irons tous au paradis 1977 film poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Yves Robert
Written by Jean-Loup Dabadie
Yves Robert
Starring Jean Rochefort
Claude Brasseur
Guy Bedos
Victor Lanoux
Danièle Delorme
Music by Vladimir Cosma
Cinematography René Mathelin
Edited by Pierre Gillette
Distributed by First Artists
Release date
  • 9 November 1977 (1977-11-09)
Running time
110 minutes
Country France
Language French
Box office $13.5 million[1]

Pardon Mon Affaire, Too! (French: Nous irons tous au paradis, We Will All Meet in Paradise) is a French film, directed by Yves Robert, released in 1977.

The film is the immediate continuation of Pardon Mon Affaire, released the previous year.


Having fortuitously discovered a photograph in which Marthe embraces someone unknown, clothed with a chequed jacket, Étienne Dorsay becomes jealous, and imagines various stratagems to identify the lover.

In the meantime, Étienne and his friends acquire a weekend house for a very low price.

As in the previous work, the film is largely narrated by the character Étienne, whose tone shifts with the reality of the images.

The film contains a certain number of allusions to the films of Blake Edwards (the Pink Panther series).


Awards and nominations

  • Nominations for the César Awards, 1978 :
    • "Nomination for the César Award for Best Film : Nous irons tous au paradis
    • "Nomination for the César Award for "décor" : Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko, pour Nous irons tous au paradis
    • "Nomination for the César for scenario original or adapted : Jean-Loup Dabadie, pour Nous irons tous au paradis


  1. ^ "Nous irons tous au paradis (1977)". JP Box Office. Retrieved 1977-09-11. Check date values in: |accessdate= (help)

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