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Emmanuelle Beart, you need your mouth washed out! Nathalie is one smutty movie. It deals with a suspicious wife who suspects her husband is having an affair with a sexy stripper (Emmanuelle Beart). In order to find out, she pays the stripper to reveal the sordid, smutty details, which she happily accepts. The husband (Gerard Depardieu) is insistent that he is not having an affair so who is telling the truth?
A suspicious wife suspects her husband is having an affair with a sexy stripper (Emmanuelle Beart). In order to find out, she pays the stripper to reveal the sordid, smutty details, which she happily accepts. The husband (Gerard Depardieu) is insistent that he is not having an affair so who is telling the truth?
Cleverly crafted and exceptionally well acted psychological study of marriage, jealousy and sexuality. Anne Fontaine's little potboiler offers a great of challenging insights that will linger long after the movie ends.
At least it makes a bit more sense than the English remake.
Be careful what you ask for...
A nicely shot film about a woman who hire a prostitute to seduce her husband and then tell her what they did together. It's a bit weird but Emmanuelle Beart is as gorgeous as ever.
Simple story made exciting by the fine actors.
Je vois finalement ce film original français qui a inspiré le remake américain Chloe! Ce n'est pas mauvais, ce n'est pas bon non plus. C'est correct, bien ficelé, mais maladroit sur les bords.
Une réalisation crue, puissante. Comme à l'habitude, le cinéma français se permet de faire une incursion dans nos vies privées, avec une touche très osée. Décidemment, le cinéma français est le meilleur pour illustrer la vie de tous les jours, exploit que bien des pays ne sont capables de comprendre, préférant le sensationnalisme au réalisme...
Interesting and just a bit weird to watch. Fanny Ardant and Emaanuelle Beart played their roles beautifully.