Scott Marks 8 a.m., April 30
Lowbrow French sex comedy (the jokes derive from such things as a slipped disc, a toupee, crossed eyes, and a chicken bone caught in the throat), which not even subtitles can elevate in class. The only apparent reason for American importation is to introduce Clio Goldsmith, who has a pair of dimples, a pair of something larger, a pair of something longer, and it is hard to see what else. Claudia Cardinale, although sparingly used and unflatteringly photographed, serves to remind us what sort of career a European starlet might hope for. With Pierre Mondy; directed by Michel Lang. 1982.