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Anne Parillaud (La Femme Nikita) is fiery, sultry and explosively funny as a movie director wholl do anything to get her shot. For director Jeanne (Parillaud), sex is no laughing matter. She doesnt find it funny that her two leading actors cant stand each other when shes about to shoot the most important moment in her film the sex scene. The actress objects to nudity, the actor wont take off his socks, and the only thing heating up between them is their tempers. At her wits end, Jeanne tries everything in her power to seduce, intimidate and sweet-talk her reluctant young lovers into performing the films sexy final scene!
Not sure even two stars - it's ok - I laughed some - seems to wander - and the chemistry of protagonists is limitedPublished 16 months ago by Alexandra Bernstein
Definitely a movie in bad taste, no attracts greater interest, the plot is ridiculous. Very bad really. bad, boring and clumsyPublished 18 months ago by javito27
Crap. French Pretentious. Very Boring. No comedy and no sex either. Ugly. Waste of your time and money. Enough saidPublished 22 months ago by California Man
I couldn't get past the first 30 minutes. The story in the story, girl and guy on beach trying to make out (that's as far as I got) was annoying. Sorry, just applies to me. Read morePublished 24 months ago by yourobli
Terrible movie definitely do not recommend. Weird story line, bad acting, and terrible picture. Looks older than it really is. Do not buy!!!!Published on June 27, 2013 by Krazy36
It was a so so story line, not that good. for one thing it was a foreign film. and had to read the whole movie.Published on June 8, 2013 by lynne
only made it 10 min into movie. I'm glad I have prime I didn't have to pay. Low budget movie.Published on March 12, 2013 by Chris
Foreign movies are generally better than domestic, not this time.
I was falling asleep watching this on vacation.
I bought this movie to catch up on Gregoire Colin's antics - to see how he'd graduated from Olivier Olivier and Beau Travail for example. Read morePublished on September 12, 2010 by Andrew Mcconaghy