|Signes extérieurs de richesse|
|Directed by||Jacques Monnet|
|Written by||Jacques Monnet |
Charlotte de Turckheim
|Music by||Eric Bouad|
Pierre Billon (composer)
|Edited by||Pierre Gillette|
|November 9, 1983|
|Box office||$8.1 million|
Signes extérieurs de richesse is a French comedy film directed by Jacques Monnet, written by Alain Godard and Jacques Monnet, and released in 1983.
Jean-Jacques Lestrade is the owner of a renowned veterinary clinic in Paris who lives in a luxurious apartment. He is part of Parisian high society and lives a wealthy lifestyle surrounded by young women and money. He relies on his trusty accountant, Jérôme Bouvier, to manage his finances. All goes well until the day that Béatrice Flamand, a tax inspector, shows up at his clinic, at which point Lestrade is now in trouble.
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