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How to Seduce Difficult Women -- Philippe, a French-American writer living in Manhattan, decides to take on ten relationship-challenged men to help them learn the art of seduction.


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Philippe, a French-American writer living in Manhattan, decides to take on ten relationship-challenged men to help them learn the art of seduction. | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order)
Louis-Do de Lencquesaing ... Philippe

Stephanie Szostak ... Gigi

Jackie Hoffman ... Book Publisher

Rachel Roberts ... Sabrina
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Opal Alladin ... Betty
Pratima Anaé ... Tequia

Brian Avers ... Mitchell

Lorie Baker ... Paula
David Wilson Barnes ... Doug

Gregg Bello ... Dan

Bill Dawes ... Al

Natascia Diaz ... Angelica

Alex Disdier ... Curator Assistant

Celine du Tertre ... Claire

Diana Gettinger ... Julia

Anthony Guerino ... Waiter
Jason Haitkin ... Construction Worker

Alexa Havins ... Maureen

Jonathan Hova ... Mo

Ann Hu ... Mercedes

Jamie Kolnick ... Interviewee

Dave Konig ... Charlie Green
Paul Lazar ... Sam

Adam LeFevre ... Ira

Sal Longobardo ... Construction worker (as Sal Longobardo)

Justin Morck ... Restraunt Patron
Thomas J. Pilutik ... Backround
Esau Pritchett ... David

Nicole Roderick ... Patrizia

David Lee Russek ... Tom

Jeff Skowron ... Ronnie

Robert Gordon Spencer ... Eduardo - Man in Black Hat

Lin Tucci ... Sheila
Amy Williams ... Woman in Bookstore
Teresa Woods ... Diane Savior

Directed by
Richard Temtchine 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Richard Temtchine  writer

Produced by
Stan Charnin .... co-producer
Gaetan Rousseau .... co-producer
Richard Temtchine .... producer
Original Music by
Pedro H. da Silva 
Cinematography by
Benjamin Chartier (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Michael D. Thomson 
Casting by
Sig De Miguel 
Stephen Vincent 
Production Design by
Tomas Ortino 
Art Direction by
Tommaso Ortino 
Set Decoration by
Amy Williams 
Costume Design by
Sylvia Grieser 
Makeup Department
Maia Kern .... key hair stylist
Maia Kern .... key makeup artist
Maia Kern .... makeup designer
Amanda Korfine .... makeup artist
Production Management
Stan Charnin .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tatiana Abbey .... second assistant director
Sheri Davani .... first assistant director
Art Department
Gina Freedman .... property master
Amy Williams .... set dresser
Sound Department
Raphael Laski .... foley artist
Raphael Laski .... sound editor
Raphael Laski .... supervising sound editor
Nicolas Mazet .... sound mixer (as Nico Mazet)
Angelo Panetta .... sound re-recording mixer
Camera and Electrical Department
Alexandre Ayer .... camera intern
Francisco Escobar .... key grip
Eric Giovon .... camera operator
Eric Giovon .... gaffer
Brian Harnick .... best boy electric
Jarrod Kloiber .... additional best boy electric
Gene Malkin .... key grip
Jorge Olortegui .... first assistant camera
Lauretta Prevost .... camera operator: "b" camera, second unit
Damian Ward .... electrician
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Linde Aseltine .... wardrobe supervisor
Jevyn Nelms .... costume assistant
Editorial Department
Antoine Manceaux .... post production supervisor
Location Management
Jeph Duarte .... location manager
Jeph Duarte .... location scout
Music Department
Pedro H. da Silva .... music producer
Pedro H. da Silva .... musician: guitars, bouzouki, cavaquinho, Portuguese guitar, bass, vocals
Pedro H. da Silva .... orchestrator
Other crew
Alvin Charles .... production assistant
Sabrina Chemloul .... script supervisor
Marta García Larriu .... assistant to director/writer
Andrew Lang .... production assistant
Kim Chilinh Nguyen .... production coordinator
Alex Paster .... production assistant

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1 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Boring and lifeless!!!, 15 June 2012
Author: vintkd from Russia

That's funny, but in this film i don't saw difficult women. They was absolutely normal, any ordinary man without problem can to meet with them and I don't understand why the movie has such a title. In my opinion, main disadvantage of that movie are main characters. Characters of this film are very unpleasant, they not capable even to talk with each other and to express themselves and their thought. They also absolutely don't want to be themselves and constantly trying to pretend to be someone else in order that to like to women. I was hard to watch of happening on a screen, it's so boring and lifeless. I don't recommend you feel the same in watching any movie never. Better spend your dear time with benefit.

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