Little White Lies

Overview

A handful of old friends make some unexpected discoveries about one another in this comedy-drama from French writer and director Guillaume Canet. Eight pals who are settling into middle age have observed an annual tradition for years in which they get together to enjoy some vacation time. However, fate puts a damper on this year's gathering when one of the group, Ludo Jean Dujardin, ends up in the hospital after an auto accident. His friends decide to go away together anyway, but Ludo's troubles portend a week of...
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Overview

A handful of old friends make some unexpected discoveries about one another in this comedy-drama from French writer and director Guillaume Canet. Eight pals who are settling into middle age have observed an annual tradition for years in which they get together to enjoy some vacation time. However, fate puts a damper on this year's gathering when one of the group, Ludo Jean Dujardin, ends up in the hospital after an auto accident. His friends decide to go away together anyway, but Ludo's troubles portend a week of difficult feelings and awkward situations. Max Francois Cluzet, who is paying host this year at his summer home, is startled by a declaration of love from Vincent Benoit Magimel, which comes as an unwelcome surprise to the married and very straight Max. Meanwhile, Marie Marion Cotillard, Eric Gilles Lellouche, and Antoine Laurent Lafitte are all dealing with various forms of romantic disappointment, and seemingly everyone has a skeleton in the closet that he or she is hiding from the group. Les Petits Mouchoirs aka Little White Lies received its world premiere at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/5/2013
  • UPC: 030306182995
  • Original Release: 2010
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  • Source: Mpi Home Video
  • Region Code: A
  • Time: 2:34:00
  • Format: Blu-ray
  • Sales rank: 69,981

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
François Cluzet , Max
Marion Cotillard , Marie
Valérie Bonneton , Véro
Benoît Magimel Vincent,
Gilles Lellouche , Eric
Jean Dujardin Ludo,
Laurent Lafitte , Antoine
Pascale Arbillot Isabelle
Anne Marivin Juliette
Louise Monot Léa
Joel Dupuch Jean-Louis
Hocine Mérabet Nassim
Maxim Nucci
Mathieu Chedid
Technical Credits
Guillaume Canet Director, Screenwriter
Alain Attal Producer
Ludovic Bernard Sound/Sound Designer
Philippe Chiffre Art Director, Production Designer
Hervé de Luze Editor
Pierre Gamet Sound/Sound Designer
Jean Goudier Sound/Sound Designer
Jean-Paul Hurier Sound/Sound Designer
Christophe Offenstein Cinematographer
Carine Sarfati Costumes/Costume Designer
Hugo Selignac Executive Producer
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