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Serial Teachers 2

The Profs 2



The craziest teachers in France are sent to an elite british boarding school to save the Queen ! What could possibly go wrong ?

Directed by

Pierre François Martin-Laval (Serial Teachers, Ducoboo 2 - Crazy Vacation)


Kev Adams (Adam)
Isabelle Nanty (The Tuche Family)
Didier Bourdon (City Hunter, Joint Custody, Alibi.com)
Pierre François Martin-Laval (Serial Teachers, Ducoboo 2 - Crazy Vacation)
Arnaud Ducret (Arnaud Ducret (Serial teachers, Stand by Love)
Stéfi Celma Stéfi Celma (Back to Square One)
Raymond Bouchard (Seducing Dr. Lewis)
Fred Tousch
Gaia Weiss (The Legend of Hercules, Mary, Queen of Scots)
Tom Hudson (Resistance, Malavita)


Romain Rojtman - Les Films du Premier

Delivery: Completed

2014 / Original language: French / Color / 2.39 / 5.1 / available in hd & 2k

Serial Teachers are back and on Her Majesty's secret service! Having turned around the worst high school in France, the baddest teachers the world has ever seen are called in to inspire Vivienne, the Queen of England's granddaughter and best kept secret in the kingdom. The future of the realm depends on their success.

Accompanied by inveterate high school dropout Boulard, The Profs start work at Haorwthfulss, an elite establishment for only the very best students. Multiply two negatives and you get a positive, but a minus times a plus leaves a minus! Absolutely nothing goes to plan. Their British pupils don't fall for the educational SWAT team's “French touch,” but the princess falls in love with a frog—Boulard!—and runs away.

It will take the combined genius of our seven heroes, and maybe even a miracle, to reconcile reasons of state and reasons of the heart.


"Boulard le Cancre's hilarious blunders, served up British style" FEMME ACTUELLE

"The film is fantastic" CANAL + "Le Grand Journal"

"Laughs, laughs and more laughs" RTL

"The success of the summer" ITV

"Silly jokes and British tomfoolery" LE FIGARO

"The hit of the summer" "A comedy right on target" LE PARISIEN

"In the spirit of Zidi's The Under-Gifted" LE SOIR (Belgium)