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Delacroix (as Roger Mirmont)
|María Luisa García||...||
Sandrine's Mother (as Lisa Hérédia)
The Young Thief
|Patricia Candido Trinca||...||
|Boris Le Roy||...||
Man at Party
|Rest of cast listed alphabetically:|
Sandrine's Father (uncredited)
|Jean-Claude Brisseau||...||(directed by)|
|Jean-Claude Brisseau||...||(written by)|
|Jean-François Geneix||...||executive producer / producer|
|María Luisa García|
|Sandrine Ferreira||...||negative cutter|
|Charles Fréville||...||digital color grader|
|Jean-Marc Grégois||...||color timer (as Jean-Marc Gréjois)|
|María Luisa García|
|María Luisa García|
|Elodie Barrat||...||assistant makeup artist|
|Stéphane Cavallié||...||hair stylist|
|Anne-Sophie Desquesses||...||assistant hair stylist|
|José Romero||...||key makeup artist|
|Olivier Caillard||...||unit manager|
|Charles Penvern||...||assistant unit manager|
|Julie Navarro||...||first assistant director|
|Eric Lingansch||...||assistant decorator|
|Fabien Adelin||...||assistant sound mixer|
|Fred Bielle||...||adr artist|
|Frédéric Cattoni||...||sound consultant: DTS|
|Pascal Dedeye||...||foley artist|
|Franck Duval||...||sound assistant|
|Olivier Grandjean||...||sound assistant|
|Priscilla Hamon||...||assistant sound editor|
|Cyril Jegou||...||sound editor|
|Bernard Le Roux||...||sound mixer (as Bernard Leroux)|
|Patrick Gentils||...||special effects|
|Thomas Caselli||...||assistant camera (as Thomas Casselli)|
|Patrizio Ciddio||...||grip trainee|
|Xavier Delamalmaison||...||camera operator|
|Nicolas Dollander||...||steadicam operator|
|Patrick Gentils||...||key grip|
|David Grinberg||...||camera operator|
|Didier Trévisan||...||extras casting|
|Freddy Zak||...||casting coordinator|
|Floriane Crépin||...||script supervisor|
|Emile Anselem||...||production administrator|
|Patricia Candido Trinca||...||production assistant|
|Olivier Guigues||...||press attache|
|Charles Penvern||...||unit assistant|
- Bir Film (Turkey)
- First Run Features (2004) (United States) (theatrical) (subtitled)
- Longride (2003) (Japan) (theatrical)
- Video Audio Project (VAP) (Japan) (theatrical)
- Zima Entertainment (2004) (Mexico) (theatrical) (subtitled)
- Alamode Film (Germany)
- First Run Features (2004) (United States) (DVD)
- Future Film (2005) (Finland) (DVD)
- Officine UBU (2007) (Italy)
- Palisades Tartan (2009) (United Kingdom)
- Rézo Films
- Tartan Video (2005) (United Kingdom) (DVD)
Two young women find themselves struggling to survive in Paris, street-wise Nathalie, a stripper, and naïve Sandrine, a barmaid. Together, they discover that sex can be used to their advantage, and pleasure. Both find positions in the office of a large bank, where bored, under-stimulated, prey are easy pickings. After making their way though several layers of executives at the bank, with destructive, and lucrative, results, they approach Christophe, scion to the bank director. What they don't know is that Christophe is a manipulative voyeur, whose last two lovers set themselves on fire when he rejected them. A connoisseur of high-class orgies, Christophe is only interested in new talent to satisfy the appetites of all whom he controls. In Christophe, the girls have found an opponent who knows all their wiles, and will challenge their simple under-class friendship with levels of jealousy and ecstasy that they have never experienced before. Will they survive? Written by DarkStarZumaBeachSurfinApolcalypseWow
|Taglines||The delectably twisted fable centers on two penniless but shapely young women who set out to better their social station by manipulating men. See more »|
|Parents Guide||View content advisory »|
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|Trivia||Chosen by "Les Cahiers du cinéma" (France) as one of the 10 best pictures of 2002 (#01, with "Ten") See more »|
|Goofs||The end of the movie is supposed to take place after Nathalie is released from prison, several years after the main plot takes place. Yet the movies advertised on the advertisement pillar in the background (See Spot Run (2001), Town & Country (2001)) were released in France around the same weeks as the movies referenced in the main plot's time frame (Sleepwalker (2000) etc.). See more »|
|Movie Connections||Referenced in Cinema According to Brisseau (2007). See more »|
|Soundtracks||La Passion selon Saint-Jean See more »|
What do you feel dancing naked with all those people watching?
Sandrine: But you excite them.
Nathalie: Usually it's routine.
Nathalie: On stage once, I came the hardest I ever had.
Sandrine: Even with a guy?
Nathalie: That night I came the hardest I ever had.
Nathalie: Because people were watching.
Sandrine: Men were watching?
Nathalie: People were watching. It really got me off and I came. It's happened several times.
Sandrine: So that's it?
Sandrine: What makes you so exciting. Did it happen tonight?
Nathalie: No such luck.
[Sandrine laughs with convulsive delight]
Nathalie: Did what I say shock you?
Sandrine: No. I'm a little jealous. Ii figure I'd never dare.
Nathalie: Never dare what? Show yourself naked? Get off by exciting them? Or just get off?
Sandrine: All that together. And I'm not pretty enough.
Nathalie: All us girls say that. I was afraid, too.
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