Pierre, 44, well divorced, takes his teenage daughter to the French Riviera with his friend Jacques and his own teenage daughter, Francoise. On the topless beaches of Saint-Tropez, Jacques and Pierre discuss marriage and parenthood. Then, in a ferocious moment at a night party, Francoise begins to play with Peter, and one thing leads to another: they become lovers. After a few tries, Pierre wants to go out, but Francoise explains his love for him and wants to tell his father. She does, but leaves Pierre`s name behind, so Jacques Pierre goes to get help to identify who seduced his daughter. What`s Pierre going to do? The film is based on Claude Berri`s French feature film "A Moment of Egarement/One Wild Moment" from 1977. Two friends take their daughters on holiday to the beach and find themselves in a difficult situation. A remake of the 1977 film "A Moment of Misplacement." With meat (too) young female and abundant moments of bromance between adult male leads – read: Complaint about older women, that they divorced/separate from and look at the bikini downstairs dressed behind younger girls – this sun-spoiled dramatoid is clearly geared towards precocious and middle-aged men, despite the fact that the script was co-written by Lisa Azuelos (who wrote and directed both the original spunky LOL and the unfortunate remake with Miley Cyrus and a much older Demi Moore). To see how the film Berri is a well-known property in France and it is the first pair on screen of two of the country`s biggest stars, at least first company should be decent for this June 24 release. It also has a shot at an offshore stock in open locations at more commercial French tariff, although hopefully no one wants to do a remake of this remake. The Emperor of Paris (2017), Father of Blood (2015), A Moment of Misplacement (2014) The needs and desires of Louna and Laurent for the "moment" of the title are clear, but can hardly be described as unexpected, nor their treatment is psychologically illuminating.
Until the last scenes of the film, when things briefly turn into something resembling a modern farce, after a reworked Antoine Lounas discovered "overturned by an older man", things go pretty much as planned. One Wild Moment is a 2015 French comedy film directed by Jean-Franéois Richet.