email print share on Facebook share on Twitter share on reddit pin on Pinterest


by Eric Assous


Ideally, a love story should last for life… But this is often not the case. Does this indicate that men and women are meant to fall in love several times over? Why do people tire of each other? What events lead to a break-up? If they could be identified, could we then eradicate them? Four stories delve, by way of personal accounts and illustration, into relationships that went astray before they should have. Men and women of different ages and social conditions recount their stories. Four couples, four break-ups, four attempts at an explanation – combined with the ambitious aim to amuse!

original title: SEXES TRÈS OPPOSÉS
country: France, Belgium, Bulgaria
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: Eric Assous
film run: 86'
release date: FR 10/07/2002, CH 05/09/2002, BE 09/10/2002
screenplay: Eric Assous
cast: Charlotte de Turckheim, Patrick Chesnais, Elisa Tovati, Antoine Duléry, Jean-Noël Brouté
cinematography by: Gilles Henry
film editing: Anne Arravechi
art director: Paul Fayard
costumes designer: Karine Serrano
music: Jean-Claude Petit
producer: David Kodsi
production: K'ien Productions, Link's Productions, Cipango, AT-Production (BE), Sofilm (BG)
distributor: K'ien Distribution, JMH Distribuition (CH), Les Films de l'Elysée (BE)
(The article continues below - Commercial information)
series serie

Privacy Policy