Paris, 1943. To accommodate his mistress, Yvette, 17 year-old Antoine Michaud involves himself in black market activities with his friend, Paul Tiercelin. Whilst his parents believe he is taking a holiday in the country, he takes charge of the delivery of a shipment of champagne. It is not long before his father discovers the truth… —Filmsdefrance.com
Michel Jacques Boisrond (9 October 1921, Châteauneuf-en-Thymerais – 10 November 2002, La Celle-Saint-Cloud) was a French film director and writer. His work spanned five decades, from the 1950s to the 1990s.
A former apprentice of Jean Delannoy, Jean Cocteau, and René Clair, Michel Boisrond debuted as a full-fledged director in 1955 with Cette Sacrée Gamine starring Brigitte Bardot.
He is known for his dependability and his competently made films. His works typically fall into the comedy, romance, or comedy drama genres. —Wikipedia