Actor Yvan Attal follows up on his 1997 directorial debut of I've Got a Woman with this wry romantic comedy about a regular guy dealing with his wife's fame and career. Yvan (Attal) is a youngish sports writer who, through some improbable luck, finds himself happily married to the beautiful Charlotte (Charlotte Gainsbourg), a fantastically popular movie actress. All is going swimmingly for Yvan until a stranger plants the seeds of jealousy and doubt in his mind over his wife and her libertine profession. Meanwhile, Charlotte is in London, starring in a movie with a very seductive and sophisticated Terence Stamp. Soon misunderstandings pile upon misunderstanding until Yvan's marriage is on the verge of collapse. Can he keep his marriage together? This film was screened at the 2001 Toronto Film Festival. ~ Jonathan Crow, Rovi
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This movie has substandard acting, an unconvincing dialogue and plot and meanders around like there is a long windy road to no where. You are definetely better off seeing another movie than wasting your time on this one
in the end we had too much of the lead actor / director / screenwriter in front of us. he never came close to being persuasive in his role nor in his story. same holds for gainsbourg. the movie lacks excitement and never comes across as real.
This is one movie that never should have been made. The acting is far below B grade, the script is so false feeling, everything, dialogue, situations seem so forced/fake. Even the filming was often fuzzy and focused in the wrong area.