Happily Ever After (2004 film)
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|Happily Ever After|
Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Yvan Attal|
|Produced by||Claude Berri
|Written by||Yvan Attal|
|Music by||Christian Chevallier
|Editing by||Jennifer Augé|
|Distributed by||Kino International Corp.|
|Release date(s)||August 25, 2004|
|Running time||100 minutes|
Happily Ever After, known in French as Ils se marièrent et eurent beaucoup d'enfants (Translation: They married and had many children), is a 2004 French film. The film is written and directed by Yvan Attal, produced by Claude Berri, and starring Charlotte Gainsbourg and Yvan Attal.
The soundtrack also heavily features Radiohead.
Plot summary 
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Happily Ever After dissects the viability of fidelity via the story of three buddies and their tumultuous relationships with the opposite sex.
The film opens with the central characters, Vincent (Yvan Attal) and Gabrielle (Charlotte Gainsbourg) capriciously flirting in a bar. Vincent appears to win the affection of Gabrielle over many other potential courters, but the entire exercise is a ruse; they are actually married with a child.
The rest of the film explores the nature of romance, marriage, happiness, expectations in life, how love and sex interrelate, and ultimately, why no one can feel fulfilled.
- Ils Se Marièrent et Eurent Beaucoup d'Enfants
- Ils Se Marièrent et Eurent Beaucoup d'Enfants at the Internet Movie Database
- Happily Ever After at Rotten Tomatoes
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