A Man, a Real One

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A Man, a Real One
A Man, a Real One film.jpg
Film poster
Directed byArnaud Larrieu
Jean-Marie Larrieu
Written bySophie Fillières
Arnaud Larrieu
Jean-Marie Larrieu
Produced byPhilippe Martin
StarringMathieu Amalric
Hélène Fillières
CinematographyChristophe Beaucarne
Music byPhilippe Katerine
Distributed byHaut et Court
Release date
28 May 2003
Running time
120 minutes
Budget$3.5 million [1]
Box office$480.000 [2]

A Man, a Real One (French title: Un homme, un vrai) is a 2003 French comedy-drama film directed by Arnaud Larrieu and Jean-Marie Larrieu.


Boris, an apprentice film director, meets Marilyne, a young senior executive, during an evening in Paris and they declare their love for one another, despite their barely knowing each other. Five years later, during a business trip to the Balearic Islands, with Boris and their children, Marilyne runs away at the very moment when Boris is going to leave her. Five years down the road, Marilyne reappears at the other end of the Pyrenees mountains, with a group of Americans. The man who will be their guide is none other than Boris, who is unrecognisable.



  1. ^ "Un homme, un vrai (2003) - JPBox-Office".
  2. ^ "A Real Man".

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