My Wife Is an Actress

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My Wife is an Actress
Directed by Yvan Attal
Produced by Claude Berri
Written by Yvan Attal
Starring Yvan Attal
Charlotte Gainsbourg
Terence Stamp
Release date(s) 2001
Running time 95 min.
Country France
Language French / English
Box office $5,169,438 [1]

My Wife is an Actress (Orig. Ma Femme est une actrice) is a French Romantic Comedy/Drama film starring Yvan Attal and Charlotte Gainsbourg. Attal plays a journalist who becomes obsessively jealous when his actress wife gets a part in a movie with an attractive co-star. Attal also wrote and directed the film. The film stars Terence Stamp among others. This film is also highly biographic, as Yvan and Charlotte are a real life couple since 1991, and have two children. According to Yvan, the idea and a part of the plot originates from real life events.[2]



Box Office[edit]

The film was released on July 12, 2002 to 7 theaters at #46 and grossed $49,204 in the opening weekend. Its lifetime domestic grossing is $1,121,233 while $4,048,205 accounted for foreign grosses accrues for a total of $5,169,438.[1]


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