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Director  Anne Fontaine
Initial DVD release  May 2, 2006
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Language  French
6.4/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Story by  Philippe Blasband
Country  France Spain
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Release date  11 September 2003 (2003-09-11) (Toronto) 7 January 2004 (2004-01-07) (France) 20 May 2005 (2005-05-20) (Spain)
Based on  An original idea  by Philippe Blasband
Writer  Philippe Blasband (original idea), Jacques Fieschi, Anne Fontaine, Francois-Olivier Rousseau
Cast  Fanny Ardant (Catherine), Emmanuelle Béart (Nathalie / Marlène), Gérard Depardieu (Bernard), Wladimir Yordanoff (François), Judith Magre (la mère de Catherine), Rodolphe Pauly (le fils)
Similar movies  Directed by Anne Fontaine, Emmanuelle Beart movies, Dramas
Tagline  Can you ever control another person's sexuality?

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Nathalie... is a 2003 French drama film directed by Anne Fontaine, and starring Fanny Ardant, Emmanuelle Béart, and Gérard Depardieu. The screenplay concerns a woman who discovers that her husband is cheating on her.

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Plot

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Catherine discovers that her husband Bernard is cheating on her. She decides to pay Parisian prostitute Nathalie to have an affair with her husband, and report back to her.

Cast

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  • Emmanuelle Béart as Nathalie / Marlène
  • Fanny Ardant as Catherine
  • Gérard Depardieu as Bernard
  • Wladimir Yordanoff as François
  • Judith Magre as Catherine's mother
  • Reception

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    Nathalie... received generally positive reviews, currently holding a 73% "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. On Metacritic, which uses an average of critics' reviews, the film holds a 69/100 rating, indicating "generally favorable reviews".

    Remake

    Director Atom Egoyan remade the film in 2009, now entitled Chloe. The film stars Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson, and Amanda Seyfried. A reviewer in the New York Daily News (Elizabeth Weizmann) contrasting the original with the remake says Egoyan "Having adapted a film—via Erin Cressida Wilson's screenplay—from an erotic French drama called Nathalie, Egoyan appears convinced that he's creating a suspenseful work of art, rather than a mildly kinky bit of arthouse exploitation." However, in his self-promotion, the director of the remake, Egoyan, described Chloe as more erotically charged than Nathalie...

    References

    Nathalie... Wikipedia
    Nathalie... IMDb Nathalie... themoviedb.org


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