Release date20 September 1973 (1973-09-20) Initial releaseSeptember 20, 1973 (France) CastMarcello Mastroianni (Marco Mazetti), Catherine Deneuve (Irène de Fontenoy), Micheline Presle (Docteur Delavigne), Claude Melki (Lucien Soumain), Mireille Mathieu (Herself), Maurice Biraud (Lamarie) Similar moviesDirected by Jacques Demy, Marcello Mastroianni movies, Pregnancy movies
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A Slightly Pregnant Man (French: L'Événement le plus important depuis que l'homme a marché sur la Lune, Italian: Niente di grave, suo marito è incinto) is a 1973 French-Italian comedy film directed by Jacques Demy.
Marco (Marcello Mastroianni) is a driving instructor who is engaged to Irène (Catherine Deneuve), a hairdresser. After eating a chicken dinner, he complains to his housekeeper that she cooks chicken too frequently. He begins to feel bloated and tired and sees a doctor. The doctor determines that he is pregnant, and an expert concludes that the hormones in chicken have made him sufficiently feminine to carry a child. With his permission, the doctors publicize this event, and he becomes a model for a maternity clothing company creating a new line of paternity clothes. Many other men around the world become pregnant as well. Ultimately, it is revealed that he had a hysterical pregnancy.