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Fleur, a shy young parisian girl meets in Marseille Venus, an eccentric and lost russian girl. They have nothing in common except for their mutual desire to find the ideal (...)
Ariane is convinced that her partner, Jean-Jacques, is fantasizing about another woman. To save their relationship, she asks him to have an affair with that woman, as she thinks that this is the best way to cure him. When Jean-Jacques goes to visit this (...)
David, a shy, awkward musician who has just moved to Paris, falls madly in love with his young student, Julia. He tries everything to win her heart. His room-mate, Anne, provides encouragement, advice and consolation. (...)
Lucie and Lucien, both in their mid-twenties, have been living together for many years. Lucie sales bath suits on the beaches of Marseilles. Lucien, while he was taking the French police academy entrance exam, has been selected as secret agent. To hide his (...)
After studying drama and film, Emmanuel Mouret directed his first film, Promène-toi donc tout nu !, which he claimed was inspired as much by Eric Rohmer as by Sacha Guitry. He then made Laissons Lucie faire, a sentimental entertainment whose chief aim, the director said, was to be blithe and pleasant. In 2004, Vénus et Fleur, was selected for the Directors’ Fortnight, Changement d’adresse is his third feature film.