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After his acclaimed performance in
, Oscar winner Jean Dujardin returns to the sketch comedy format that launched his career for this anthology about adultery. His Gallic showbiz mates, including
director Michael Hazanavicius and actors Gilles Lellouche and Alexandra Lamy (Dujardin's wife), are all on hand for a vulgar, variable and very French take on infidelity. The politically incorrect series of tales looks at such subjects as sex addiction, May-December affairs, marriage breakdown and bromance. While many will find the deliberate misogyny and startling punch line to the closing Las Vegas-set morality tale rather off-putting, some of the bedroom farce segments do have their sparkling moments. But it must be said that Dujardin and Lellouche, his partner in extramarital crime, often look like they are having a better time than the viewer in exploring the subject of cheating as a masculine right, as they swap roles, hairstyles and partners for this multi-stranded vanity project.
Anthology of tales about marital infidelity, featuring a support group for serial adulterers, a couple confessing to each other their many affairs, a married man lacking the stamina to cope with his younger lover and a sex-crazed employee at a business convention. Comedy, starring Jean Dujardin and Gilles Lellouche, who also co-directed one of the sections. In French.
Cast & Crew
Fred / Oliver / François / Laurent / James
Greg / Nicolas / Bernard / Antoine / Eric
French, English +subtitles
6 Jul 2012
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