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CONFESSION D'UN DRAGUEUR

by Alain Soral

synopsis

Paris, in the height of dizzy summer vacation. Paul, a shy bookworm student from the provinces who has come to the capital to study Political Science, sits reading on the park bench in the Luxembourg gardens. One afternoon, when timidly following a young woman he'd noticed a few days earlier, he meets Fab, a get-ahead, efficent, apparently misogynistic kind of guy, who teaches him about the art of cruising.

original title: Confession d'un dragueur
country: France
sales agent: Pyramide International
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Alain Soral
film run: 90'
release date: FR 25.07.01
screenplay: Alain Soral
cast: Saïd Taghmaoui, Thomas Dutronc, Catherine Lachens, François Levantal
cinematography by: Jean-Louis Bompoint
film editing: Kako Kelber
art director: Denis Mercier
costumes designer: Martine Bourgeon
music: Patrick Coutin
producer: Jean-François Lepetit
production: Flach Film
distributor: Rezo Films
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