April 8, 2005 (NY; LA release: April 29)
Studio: Kino International
Director: Yvan Attal
Screenwriter: Yvan Attal
Starring: Charlotte Gainsbourg, Yvan Attal, Emmanuelle Seigner, Alain Chabat
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Romance
MPAA Rating: Not Available
Official Website: Kino.Com
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Plot Summary: Yvan Attal’s new film depicts three buddies, two married, one single, and their various relationships. Vincent (Attal) and Georges (Alain Chabat) are the married ones, each with a five-year-old child. Both men are beginning to chafe at the “bonds” they imagine to be constraining their lives. It doesn’t make things any easier that the other member of the triumvirate, Fred (Alain Cohen), is a bachelor with an endless row of women lined up to share his bed. Ironically, while envied by his pals, Fred ultimately desires what they have: a committed relationship with one partner.
It is subsequently revealed that Vincent is seeing another woman and keeping the affair a secret from his friends and from his wife, Gabrielle (Charlotte Gainsbourg). But Gabrielle, unbeknownst to Vincent, is already aware of her husband’s affair and is just hoping that things will all work out – until, that is, she encounters an attractive stranger in the aisles of a music store.
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