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A little sea resort on the Picardie coast, the last week of august. When handing over the keys to a rented apartment, Sylvain makes the acquaintance of two beautiful women. This is a fabulous occasion for him to escape his routine, single life in which women are a rarity, even if only for a few days. Quickly Sylvain's new friends can't do without him. Unfortunately, things get complicated when feelings and flirty Gilles, the local lady's man, get mixed up in it all.

  1. Guillaume Brac

    Director, Writer

  2. Hélène Ruault

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Vincent Macaigne

    Vincent Macaigne

    Sylvain

  2. Laure Calamy

    Laure Calamy

    Patricia

  3. Constance Rousseau

    Constance Rousseau

    Juliette

  4. Laurent Papot

    Gilles

  5. Terry Fouache

    Un dragueur sur la plage

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A World Without Women
A World Without Women

Facts

Original Title Un Monde sans femmes

Status Released

Release Information

  • April 6, 2011
    Theatrical

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Original Language French

Runtime 0h 58m

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