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Les infidèles (2012)

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A series of short films set around the theme of infidelity.
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Stéphanie (segment "Le prologue" / segment 'Las Vegas")
Priscilla de Laforcade ...
Maud (segment "Le prologue")
Florine Delobel ...
Flora (segment "Le prologue")
Julie Nicolet ...
Déborah (segment "Le prologue")
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Valérie (segment "Le prologue")
Pierre Benoist ...
Le serveur (segment "Le prologue")
Jean-Charles Piedagnel ...
DJ boîte de nuit (segment "Le prologue")
Julien Leprisé ...
Mathéo (segment "Le prologue" / segment 'Las Vegas")
Eric de Montalier ...
Le médecin des urgences (segment "Bernard")
Dolly Golden ...
La maîtresse (segment "Bernard")
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Christine (segment "La bonne conscience")
Lionel Abelanski ...
Le directeur de séminaire (segment "La bonne conscience")
Charles Gérard ...
Richard (segment "La bonne conscience")
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A series of short films set around the theme of infidelity.

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Rated R for strong sexual content, nudity and language | See all certifications »

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29 February 2012 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Los infieles  »

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€282,294 (Belgium) (4 March 2012)

Gross:

$6,674 (USA) (6 April 2014)
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In Paris, the French advertising regulator ordered provocative billboards be taken down as they were deemed crass and vulgar. See more »

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Ain't That A Kick In The Head
Written by Sammy Cahn and Jimmy Van Heusen
Performed by Dean Martin
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Absolutely Hilarious, I'm shocked at the rating
3 December 2014 | by See all my reviews

I think the only way you wouldn't be able to enjoy this movie is if you have been loyal to your partner for a long time and feel envious of the characters.

This movie takes us to some brilliant scenes with fantastic one liners through out. The movie flows between comedy and drama, and balances the two perfectly. Just when things start to get serious the movie throws you a fantastic joke, I can't remember laughing out loud so much at a movie.

The comedy doesn't drown out the character development and I found myself attracted to the personalities. The are engaging and interesting and you want to know more about them. The psychology of the relationships between characters captures you in the movie. It is quite philosophical in a way but the comedy stops you over thinking.

The body language in the movie is very good, there is one scene with a kid at the table with their kid doing homework. The two characters stare blankly at each other and you just know what they're both thinking, it's beautiful imagery and the cinematography is to a high level throughout.

This film wasn't directed to casually which it could have quite easily been with the plot. There were some intense emotions but it remained extremely funny from start to finish. If you're 40+ and led a boring life this probably isn't for you but otherwise I honestly can't see how you couldn't enjoy this movie. It's easy to watch and the perfect movie if you're looking for a great laugh with friends. The ending is so funny too, the thriller photo made me laugh way past the credits.

I really recommend this movie, don't let the reviews put you off!


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