|Directed by||Antony Cordier|
|Produced by||Pascal Caucheteux|
|Written by||Antony Cordier|
|Edited by||Christel Dewynter|
|Distributed by||Oscilloscope Laboratories (USA)|
|Budget||$3.4 million |
Happy Few is a 2010 French romance film directed by Antony Cordier. The film was nominated for the Golden Lion at the 67th Venice International Film Festival. It was released in the US under the title Four Lovers by Oscilloscope Laboratories in theaters and on DVD in 2012. In Europe on DVD it was released as Aimez Qui Vous Voulez - Happy Few.
- Marina Foïs as Rachel
- Élodie Bouchez as Teri
- Roschdy Zem as Franck
- Nicolas Duvauchelle as Vincent
- Jean-François Stévenin as Rachel's father
- Blanche Gardin as Rachel's sister
- Alexia Stresi as Diane
- Geneviève Mnich as Franck's mother
- Philippe Paimblanc as Franck's father
- Ilona Caly as Thelma
- Naomi Ferreira as Margot
- Ferdinand Ledoux as Tim
- "Happy Few (2010) - JPBox-Office". www.jpbox-office.com. Retrieved 3 February 2019.
- "Venezia 67". labiennale.org. 29 July 2010. Retrieved 29 July 2010.
- Roger Ebert's Movie Yearbook 2013: 25th Anniversary Edition 1449423116 Roger Ebert - 2012 At one point in Four Lovers, the four lovers go into the pantry of an old French country house, pour bags full of white flour on the cobblestone floor, strip, and roll around on the flour while having sex.
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