Le Cœur des hommes

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Le coeur des hommes
Directed by Marc Esposito
Produced by Pierre Javaux
Written by Marc Esposito
Starring Bernard Campan
Gérard Darmon
Jean-Pierre Darroussin
Marc Lavoine
Music by Béatrice Thiriet
Cinematography Pascal Caubère
Edited by Benoît Alavoine
Christian Dior
Production
company
Bac Films
Canal+
Cofimage 13
France 2 Cinéma
PJP Films
Distributed by Bac Films
Release date
  • 2 April 2003 (2003-04-02)
Running time
100 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $5 million
Box office $11.9 million[1]

Le Cœur des hommes (English: The Heart of Men) is a 2003 French film written and directed by Marc Esposito. The sequel from 2006 is Le coeur des hommes 2.

The opening and the closing credit of the film feature the song "I'll Stand By You" by The Pretenders.

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Alex, Antoine, Jeff and Manu have been friends for most of their lives and have achieved their professional goals, therefore all seems to be going well. Suddenly, the death of a father, a wife’s infidelity and a daughter’s wedding affects them and brings them closer together. Forced to confront situations beyond their control, they share their feelings, support each other, and question the true meaning of their lives. They realise that their relationship with women is at the heart of all their problems, their conversations and their conflicts.

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