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Quatre étoiles (2006)

Not Rated | | Comedy | 3 May 2006 (France)
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Franssou, a charming Parisian English teacher, who shares part of her life with a boring middle-aged lover, dreams of another life. So, when she unexpectedly inherits 50,000 euros, she ... See full summary »

Director:

Christian Vincent

Writers:

Olivier Dazat (scenario and dialogue), Christian Vincent (scenario and dialogue)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
José Garcia ... Stéphane
Renée Le Calm Renée Le Calm ... Mlle Poilloux
Isabelle Carré ... Franssou
Raymond Gil Raymond Gil ... Notaire
Richard Morgiève Richard Morgiève ... Prêtre
Éliane Adatto Éliane Adatto ... Concierge
Guilaine Londez ... Marianne
Mar Sodupe ... Christina
Michel Vuillermoz Michel Vuillermoz ... Marc
Charline Paul Charline Paul ... Voisine
Gérard Jumel Gérard Jumel ... Directeur
Colette Grivet Colette Grivet ... Femme de ménage
Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat Jean-Claude Bolle-Reddat ... Réceptionniste
Sébastien Féron Sébastien Féron ... Loueur de voiture
Claire Charré Claire Charré ... Conseillère banque
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Franssou, a charming Parisian English teacher, who shares part of her life with a boring middle-aged lover, dreams of another life. So, when she unexpectedly inherits 50,000 euros, she grasps the opportunity and goes to the French Riviera in order to take it easy in luxury. In the four-star hotel where she rents a room she comes across Stéphane, a strange guy who is in the process of arranging Elton John's next coming to the place. Intrigued by the noisy ostentatious fellow, she follows him until she finally comes into contact with him. She knows Stéphane is at bay and decides to take advantage of it. Written by Guy Bellinger

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Comedy

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Soundtracks

Don't go breaking my heart
Composed by Elton John (as Ann Orson)
Written by Bernie Taupin (as Carte Blanche)
Duet
Performed by Elton John & Kiki Dee (1976)
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The worst movie I have ever seen
21 November 2007 | by isabel_townsSee all my reviews

It's so awful it's not logical; the character of Stéphane is never charming, gentle or other nice adjective, which would make me believe Frassau could fall in love with the guy. He is not even handsome, and he doesn't have the ability of saying the worst things one can imagine and still be cute and charming. He uses her, he slaps at her, and she stays with him like a puppy with his master. I must say that as a girl I was offended, to fall in love with a guy like that one has to be or mad or desperate, and very in both cases. The scenario is not beautiful; there is not even formal beauty in the takes, or something that would make the film worthy. Sorry to say this, but at least is true for me, if I could grade it with a 0 I would


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France

Language:

French | English

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3 May 2006 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Quatro Estrelas See more »

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$6,967,931
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1.85 : 1
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