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Jacques
Laetitia Coti ...
Claire
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Emilie
Thibaut Boidin ...
Sébastien
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Christine
Jean-Claude Dauphin ...
Père de Claire et Emilie
Laure Duthilleul ...
Hélène
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Juliette
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Franck
Yahia Dikès ...
Kader
Eléonore Gosset ...
La jeune femme de la piscine
Thomas Negaret ...
Pablo
Jean-Marie Cornille ...
L'homme du début
Sylvie Audcoeur ...
La femme du début
Gwenaëlle Clauwaert ...
La garde malade

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Thomas Bardinet sent a letter to about a hundred acquaintances, asking them to tell him of an extraordinary anecdote having happened to them. Among the few replies he received he chose the story of a fifty-year-old painter going through the hell of a time whereas he expected to spend a glorious night with a much younger woman. See more »

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Lyrics and music by Michel Polnareff
Sung by Michel Polnareff
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Copyright 1967 Sami/Meridian, courtesy of Editions EMI Music Publishing France S.A. and Universal Music Ltd.
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Enjoyable sex comedy
18 November 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Also known as: Sweet Jacques (Canadian title) Highly enjoyable sex comedy. Sleeper of the 2002 Vancouver International Film Festival. Good insight into the sexual mores of several generations of modern Parisians. Director Thomas Bardinet and co-writer Gilles Marchand create diverse group of characters and toss them together, with lively and unpredictable results. Feisty lead performance in the role of Jacques by François Berléand (School of Flesh, 1998). Opening credits sequence in a pool worth price of admission. Great Paris locations. Who said the French couldn't make sex comedies that were both sexy and funny?


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