In a social context deteriorated by a countrywide economic crisis, the life of several people will be turned upside down after they meet Cecile, a character who symbolizes desire.
|Release Date||:||September 14, 2011|
|Production Company||:||Acajou Films, Rebel Rebel, Birka Holding|
|Director||:||Laurent Bouhnik, Sandra Di Pasquale|
|Casts||:||Déborah Révy, Hélène Zimmer, Gowan Didi, Johnny Amaro, Johan Libéreau, Jean-François Gallotte, Brice Fournier, Christelle Benoit, Patrick Hauthier, Léticia Belliccini, Fabien Ara, Margot Heurtematte, Aurélia Arto, Noémie Leroux-Cazaubon, Yassine Azzouz|
|Plot Keywords||:||france, female nudity, sex, sexuality, love, sexual fantasy, romance, unfaithfulness, unsimulated sex, prostitution, lesbianism, couple, desire, lesbian sex, explicit sex, economic crisis, sexual disorder, erotic movie|
This should be shown in high schools to teach girls why men cannot wait to get the hell out of the room as soon as the sex is over. The men in this film were obviously paid well to stay in the rooms. The women are by far the most vapid, tedious, self-absorbed, shallow and narrow as any in the history of civilization. Except perhaps the Kardashians. They all know how to tease and their only interest is sex. The little boys here foster that attitude by being even worse in some respects. There is absolutely not one sentence of engaging dialogue or a hint of any depth of perception. Nothing that is new or unique. The girls are attractive until they begin to speak, and then your arousal is crushed by the banality. Terrible film.