Laurent Olmedo is a French actor. He’s no spring chicken, having recently crossed the 50-year mark, but this star of screens both big and small has the kind of rugged handsomeness that matures with age. But it was when he was still a spry youth of merely 47 that he finally came out of his skin shell and revealed that old doesn’t mean bad. In Camping 2 (2010), a French comedy, our man is shopping in a grocery store. He should be in a clothing store because he and his equally-as-naked and aged friend are not wearing any. But who are we to suggest how a man should spend his twilight years?