Mon Dieu !I'm not listening to any more of that.Why don't they follow the example Boyce & Stanley, and send an iPod to Pope Benedict for his comment.
This is from a very funny French film about two children who are mixed up at birth: one ends up with a poor family, the other is a sort of neo-con rich family. They are borderline traditionalists (just look at the conservative dress) but it seems that they can't get an Old rite Mass. The result: well, it's the video on this blog!
Welcone back, Father! Yes, treacle is certainly the word for this and I could not help noticing that the comments were all favourable which was worrying. However, I am relieved to see that it is from a film and not a real priest. Perhaps anonymous could tell us the title of the film?
Life Is a Long Quiet River (French: La vie est un long fleuve tranquille) is a French comedy by Étienne Chatiliez of 1988.PlotIn a maternity clinic two children from numerous families but completely different social means are switched. A child from an upper middle class family is switched into a poor family while the child of that family is switched vice versa. Twelve years later, the mistake is discovered and a series of satiric/comic scenes follow.
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