Brief synopsis

    Bois d’Enghien loves Lucette, the diva, his appointed mistress, but must break up with her urgently because…he has to sign his marriage settlement, that very afternoon, with the pretty Viviane Duverger, a young woman who also has a very pretty dowry.
    Madame Duverger, Viviane's mother, is eager to have Bois-d'Enghien as a son-in-law - or does she just want to have him for herself?
    The very rich Irrigua would like to take Lucette as a mistress. Her entire entourage, including Bois d'Enghien, agrees, because Irrigua is wealthy. But he is also very jealous…
    Sex and money are the subject of this comedy. Who sells whom? Who is selling themself? Who will be had?


    ActorRole nameVoice actor / SpeakerVoice actor
    Emmanuelle BéartLucette [L]
    Charles BerlingEdouard de Bois d'Enghien [L]
    Dominique BlancBaronne Duverger [L]
    Jacques BonnafféFontanet [L]
    Mathieu DemyFirmin [L]
    Julie DepardieuAmélie [L]
    Sara ForestierViviane [L]
    Stanislas MerharIrrigua [L]
    Tom NovembreChenneviette [L]
    Clément SibonyAntonio [L]
    Patrick TimsitBouzin [L]


    Director of photographyPierre-William Glenn
    Camera operatorLaurent Dhainaut
    Costume designerMadeline Fontaine
    DirectorMichel Deville
    Script supervisorJulie Vasconi
    EditorAndrea Sedlácková
    Key gripVincent Blasco
    ComposerQuentin Damamme
    ProducerRosalinde Deville
    Production designerThierry Leproust
    Production managerFranz-Albert Damamme
    Literary sourceGeorges Feydeau
    Production sound mixerPascal Armant
    Sound re-recording mixerThierry Delor
    Sound editorSandy Notarianni
    Sound editorThierry Desjonquères
    Foley artistGadou Naudin

    Production companies

    Auvergne Rhône Alpes Cinéma [fr]Coproduction
    Éléfilm [fr]
    France 2 Cinéma [fr]Coproduction
    Les Films du Losange [fr]Coproduction

    Distributing companies

    Les Films du Losange [fr]France (theatrical)
    Playtime (formerly Films distribution) [fr]International sales


    Theatre releaseFranceWednesday, 27/04/2005