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by Eric Civanyan


Paris, 1830. Valentin loses himself in alcohol, gambling and women. He does not believe in life and especially not in love. His uncle Van Buck believes only in the virtues of money and trade. Everything separates them until the day when Van Buck, to improve his public image, wants to make Valentin marry the young and impoverished Baroness Cécile. Valentin, who has absolutely no desire to get married, bets that he can easily seduce her in 24 hours and thus prove that she, like all the others, is not worth loving... But Cécile, who believes in true love, will prove much more difficult to woo than envisaged and Valentin will have to use all possible stratagems to try and win his bet. The game of cat and mouse starts... But who is the cat?

original title: Il Ne faut jurer de rien !
country: France
sales agent: Roissy Films
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Eric Civanyan
film run: 95'
release date: FR 28/09/2005, BE 28/09/2005, HU 04/05/2006
screenplay: Eric Civanyan, Philippe Cabot
cast: Gérard Jugnot, Philippe Magnan, Henri Garcin, Arno Chevrier, Marie-France Santon, Mélanie Doutey, Jean Dujardin
cinematography by: Eduardo Serra
film editing: Aurique Delannoy
art director: At Hoang
music: François Peyrony
production: Les Films Manuel Munz, TF1 Studio Production, Malec Productions, SND (FR)
distributor: SND (Société Nouvelle de Distribution) Films, Les Films de l'Elysée (BE), Baditri Films (ES), JMH Distribution (CH), Paradigma Film (HU)
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