Secret Things

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Pretentious and trashy.

50%

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37%

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When Sandrine (Sabrina Seyvecou), a bartender at a strip club, loses her job for refusing to have sex with a customer, she moves in with stripper Nathalie (Coralie Revel), who teaches her how to use her sexuality to win over men. Together, the two find work at a bank, determined to sleep their way to the top. While Sandrine destroys the life of middle-aged executive Delacroix (Roger Mirmont), Nathalie is drawn to Christophe Bernay (Fabrice Deville), the depraved son of the firm's dying founder.

Cast & Crew

Coralie Revel
Coralie Revel
Dorothee Picard
Delacroix's Mother
Jean-Claude Brisseau
Executive Producer
Jean-François Geneix
Producer
Julien Civange
Original Music
Wilfrid Sempé
Cinematographer
María Luisa García
Film Editor
María Luisa García
Production Designer
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Critic Reviews for Secret Things

All Critics (50) | Top Critics (19) | Fresh (25) | Rotten (25)

Audience Reviews for Secret Things

  • Apr 19, 2009
    Two women, both recently fired from a strip club, make a pact to use their sexuality to secure better jobs and to advance themselves in the corporate world. Not a bad film but not nearly as good as it pretends to be.
    Randy T Super Reviewer
  • Oct 23, 2008
    Totally sexy,for all the right moves,Brisseau is not afraid,French vie sexuelle at its greatest velocity.I felt caressed by the 2 girls' erotic pilgrimage,an asexual I dare say insight.Frames,zooms as cold as they can be keeping us distant and yet surprisingly touched by their "accomplishment".That of sadistic empowerment.
    Dimitris S Super Reviewer
  • Oct 04, 2008
    Steamy, highly charged, sexual thriller. Call it In the Company of Women. Two women use their considerable charms (very much on display) to climb the corporate ladder and wind up succeeding beyond their dreams. Almost Felliniesque in its imagery, a cautionary tale of sexual power and how love is not something that is subject to rational thought. I have to say this proved more than I expected. The story kept this viewer enthralled, even as I pitied the desperate measures that Nathalie (Coralie Revel) stooped to. For all her conniving, she still came off as an empathetic character. And Sandrine (Sabrina Seyvecou), for all her initial naivete proved the stronger of the two. Lots of eye candy for everyone!
    Mark A Super Reviewer

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