A story about 11 women living in Paris. Each of them has her own problems: career, love life, children. Every woman has her complexes and virtues. They always look elegant, hiding their ... See full summary »

Director:

Audrey Dana

Writers:

Audrey Dana (scenario), Murielle Magellan (scenario) | 4 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Isabelle Adjani ... Lili
Alice Belaïdi ... Adeline
Laetitia Casta ... Agathe
Audrey Dana ... Jo
Julie Ferrier ... Fanny
Audrey Fleurot ... Sophie
Marina Hands ... Inès
Géraldine Nakache ... Ysis
Vanessa Paradis ... Rose
Alice Taglioni ... Marie
Sylvie Testud ... Sam
Pascal Elbé ... Le bel avocat
Marc Lavoine ... Le beau gynécologue
Guillaume Gouix ... Pierre, le mari d'Ysis
Alex Lutz ... Jacques, le mari d'Inès
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A story about 11 women living in Paris. Each of them has her own problems: career, love life, children. Every woman has her complexes and virtues. They always look elegant, hiding their inner feelings. Will they reach all their goals and overcome all their difficulties? Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance

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Marion Cotillard and Maïwenn were offered roles but turned them down because of scheduling conflicts. See more »

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The Seasons Lost Their Jazz
written and composed by Imany (as Nadia Mladjao)
interpreted by Natalia Doco
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What women want
5 May 2016 | by kosmaspSee all my reviews

Obviously not only one thing (though one thing they do want is similar to something men want too). But as another reviewer stated, as ridiculous as this gets sometimes, it never loses its focus. Yes it's supposed to be funny, but we rather laugh with the characters than about them. It may be closer to a woman's heart, but if you are open (sexually and spiritually speaking), you will enjoy this.

But while there's not much nudity to speak of, there's a lot of sexual tension which some might have issues with. It's kind of like an update to Sex and the City. And way better than a movie called The Women that came out a couple of years ago. Actually the German distributor was thinking about that too and that's why they call this "French Women" ...


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France

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French | English | Japanese

Release Date:

4 June 2014 (France) See more »

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Homosapiennes See more »

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Paris, France See more »

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$13,061,533
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2.35 : 1
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