Dear Mother: All You Need to Know About Netflix’s French Comedy

After Netflix introduced us to French comedies like Stuck Together and Spoiled Brats in 2021, the streaming giant brings to us yet another French comedy-drama to kickstart our 2022- Dear Mother. With releases like the British black comedy- After Life Season 3, the Indian thriller- Yeh Kaali Kaali Ankhein and the new horror series- The House scheduled to arrive in the upcoming week, this French film looks like a good addition to offer the list some variation. Ahead of the film’s release, let us look at some must-know details about the film.

Dear Mother: Everything You Need to Know

The Premise of Dear Mother

Directed by Laurent Lafitte, Dear Mother is an adaptation of Sebastien Thierry’s play of the same name. This absurdist comedy revolves around the story of Jean Louis Bordier, who finds out that his heart has stopped beating. However, irrespective of this discovery, our protagonist seems to not appear dead and rather function as any normal human being. We follow Jean Louis as he tries to figure out the mystery behind his uncanny situation.

The Cast for Dear Mother

Director Lauen Lafitte plays the role of our protagonist, Jean Louis Bordier in this French Comedy. He is joined by cast members Vincent Macaigne, Helene Vincent, Karin Viard, Pauline Clement, Nicole Garcia, Judith El Zein, Luca Malinowski, Juliette Bettencourt, Claudette Walker, Benoit Dupac, Gregory Gaule, Jean Claude and Pascal Lischutz for the film.

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The Teaser for Dear Mother

Release Date for Dear Mother

The film is set to release on Netflix on January 11, 2022. The runtime of the film is expected to be approximately around 1 hour 40 minutes. The teaser looks promising enough to give us a few laughs which make us look forward to the film.

Let us know in the comments below what you think of this upcoming French comedy- Dear Mother.

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