The Visitors: Bastille Day

The Visitors: Bastille Day (original title: lang) is a 2016 French-Belgian-Czech comedy film directed by Jean-Marie Poiré.


After Béatrice de Montmirail (played by Muriel Robin in the second opus) added an ill-chosen liqueur (Grand Marnier) in the time-travel potion during her niece-in-law's wedding, the time-traveling medieval knight Godefroy de Montmirail and his servant Jacquouille la Fripouille arrive in 1793, in the middle of the French revolution, and find themselves caught up in the Reign of Terror. They meet Jacquouillet, the descendant of Jacquouille, who serves as a public accuser. Godefroy also meets one of his own descendants, who tries to escape the revolution. Godefroy and his squire help him to escape, while also attempting to find a descendant of Eusæbius the Enchanter, who sent them forward in time in the first place, so that they can go back to their own period of time.