"Romain Duris and Viriginie Efira play extravagant and moving lovers in Waiting for Bojangles, an adaptation of the best-selling novel by Olivier Bourdeault elegantly directed by French filmmaker Régis Roinsard.

Côte d'Azur, 1950s. Camille (Virginie Efira) and Georges (Romain Duris) have always refused to live in reality. After falling madly in love at a society reception to which they were not invited, the two lovebirds decide to marry on a whim and go and lead an unconventional life in a large apartment in Paris where they organize parties every night.

” When reality is banal and sad, invent a nice story for me “, Camille likes to repeat to Georges and Gary (Solan Machado- Granera), their young son born of their union.

But no matter how much Camille and Georges try to escape reality, it will eventually catch up with them. Because he hasn't opened his mail for years, Georges will have to sell his garage to pay off his taxes. As for Camille, she will be interned in a psychiatric hospital after having endangered her family in a fit of madness. "

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