Marion Vernoux

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A hell of a day

Some days turn out to be simply unforgettable. For Marie, it all starts with a pregnancy test… that proves positive, a car accident and being fired from her job... For Hortense, mobile phone in hand, the frantic quest for sexual satisfaction begins in a (...)

Rien à faire

A man. A woman. Both married. but not to each other. They have nothing to do all day. They go shopping in the supermarket. They become friends, then lovers. It's a friendship which, as the days go by, unintentionally turns into love. A secret, carefree, (...)


Marion Vernoux (Montreuil-sous-Bois, France, 1966) was production assistant for Java Productions and Sandor Productions from 1984 to 1987. Since 1988 she has written several screenplays, including Pacific Palisades for Bernard Schmitt's film, Le dernier des métiers for Philippe Galland, Pêché Capital for Luc Béraud. Her first film as a director was Personne ne m'aime in 1994, which earned reasonable international success. In 1996 she completed the screenplay for Love, etc., which was presented the following year at Berlin out of competition in the Panorama Special section. In 1999 her film Rien à faire was in competition at the Venice Film Festival.