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Happy Few

  • Film
  • 2 out of 5 stars
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Time Out says

2 out of 5 stars
Feeling like it was purpose-built for affluent, middle-aged couples thinking about engaging in some consenting extra-marital nookie, this well made but ineffectual ensemble drama examines relationships with a capital ‘R’ and feels like it should be viewed with a new-age self help manual and a tub of hummus close by. Rachel (Marina Foïs) and Franck (Roschdy Zem) are happily married. So are Vincent (Nicolas Duvauchelle) and Teri (Elodie Bouchez). Yet a wandering hand at a dinner party leads them to ponder whether they’ve got it in them to exchange partners for purely sexual ends, quickly culminating in a inhibition-busting four-way fantasy that involves a large sack of flour. But inevitably, their hedonism turns sour and the film’s initially risky suggestion that sex and love can and should be practiced separately fritters away.
Written by David Jenkins

Release Details

  • Duration:103 mins

Cast and crew

  • Director:Antony Cordier
  • Screenwriter:Antony Cordier
  • Cast:
    • Marina Fois
    • Elodie Bouchez
    • Roschdy Zem
    • Nicolas Duvauchelle
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