L'arnacoeur

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A man who ruins relationships for a living may have finally found a woman he can't easily manipulate in this French comedy from writer and director Pascal Chaumeil. Alex Romain Duris is a handsome man who knows how to make women fall for him, and he's found an unusual way of making money from this talent -- guys who want to break up with their wives or girlfriends but lack the nerve can hire Alex to woo them away, and once the women have given their men the bad news, Alex makes himself scarce. While Alex has ...
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A man who ruins relationships for a living may have finally found a woman he can't easily manipulate in this French comedy from writer and director Pascal Chaumeil. Alex Romain Duris is a handsome man who knows how to make women fall for him, and he's found an unusual way of making money from this talent -- guys who want to break up with their wives or girlfriends but lack the nerve can hire Alex to woo them away, and once the women have given their men the bad news, Alex makes himself scarce. While Alex has built a lucrative cottage industry from this scheme, business has been in a slump, and when he's given an especially difficult assignment, he takes it against his better judgment. Juliette Vanessa Paradis and Jonathan Andrew Lincoln are both wealthy, attractive, and deeply in love, but a third party wants to stop their upcoming marriage and hires Alex to pose as her bodyguard in Monaco as she arrives a few days before the wedding. However, no matter what Alex does, his efforts backfire and Juliette seems immune to his charm; even worse, the harder he tries, the more he finds himself falling for her. L'Arnacoeur aka Heartbreaker was received its North American premiere at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/23/2010
  • EAN: 5060018491417
  • Original Release: 2010
  • Source: Ais
  • Region Code: 2
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Time: 1:30:00
  • Format: Blu-ray

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Performance Credits
Romain Duris Alex
Vanessa Paradis Juliette
Julie Ferrier Mélanie
Francois Damiens Marc
Helena Noguerra Sophie
Andrew Lincoln Jonathan
Jacques Frantz Van Der Becq
Amandine Dewasmes Florence
Jean-Yves Lafesse Dutour
Jean-Marie Paris Goran
Tarek Boudali Manager of Montecarlo Bay Hotel
Philippe Lacheau The Companion
Geoffrey Bateman Juliette's Father-in-Law
Natasha Casheman Juliette's Mother-in-Law
Franck Massiah Franck
Hiromi Asai Japanese Businesswoman
Sophie Jezequel Office Employee
Audrey Lamy Policewoman
Dominique Gaffieri Auctioneer
Elodie Frenck Alex's Girlfriend
Julien Arruti Florence's Brother
Camille Figuereos Curling Player
Nina Melo Young Gospel Woman
Adina Cartianu Librarian
Technical Credits
Pascal Chaumeil Director
Jean-Paul Agostini Camera Operator
Thierry Arbogast Cinematographer
Klaus Badelt Score Composer
Dominique Boutonnat Associate Producer
Christophe Danchaud Choreography
Jeremy Doner Screenwriter
Frederic Drouilhat Asst. Director
Nicolas Duval-Adassovsky Producer
Herve Gallet Production Designer
Yoann Gromb Screenwriter
Camille Lipmann Production Manager
Dorian Rigal-Ansous Editor
Laurent Zeitoun Producer, Screenwriter
Yann Zenou Producer
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