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Police comedy | France | 2021 | 90 min | French 
Director: Tarek Boudali
With:  Tarik Boudali, Philippe Lacheau, Julien Arruti, Vanessa Guide

Rayane, a young, timid and clumsy policeman, is constantly laughed at by his colleagues. After being bitten by a rat, a doctor tells him that he has only 30 days to live. Rayane sees his chance to become the hero he has always dreamed of being. He wants to impress his friends who have so often made fun of him and win over the beautiful Stephanie. He then musters his courage to go after a dangerous trafficker who terrorizes the city.

Film Reviews:


After Marry Me My Buddy, full of clichés about gays (2017), or the funny Nicky Larson (2019), 30 Days Max is an excellent surprise.

 – 20 Minutes  (translated from French)

In "30 days max", the heroes have a great time entertaining the audience, always using a fat humor and potache. The supporting cast is not left out with Marie-Anne Chazel as a grandmother fan of reality TV.

– CNews

It is a comedy that will inevitably do good in this morose period. We feel that Tarek Boudali and his team have enjoyed themselves. They also amuse us. The humor contract is fulfilled.

– GQ