Quartier V.I.P.

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Quartier V.I.P.
Directed by Laurent Firode
Produced by Martine de Clermont-Tonnerre
Written by Jean-Marie Chevret
Laurent Firode
Starring Johnny Hallyday
Pascal Légitimus
Valeria Bruni Tedeschi
François Berléand
Catherine Jacob
Music by Yvan Cassar
Cinematography Bruno Romiguière
Edited by Didier Ranz
Release date
  • 25 May 2005 (2005-05-25)
Running time
99 minutes
Country France
Language French
Budget $4.5 million[1]
Box office $400.000[2]

Quartier V.I.P. is a 2005 French comedy film directed by Laurent Firode.

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Guardian of Health, Alex leads a quiet life with his wife Louisette and his colleague and friend René. Transferred to the district "VIP", he was offered by one of the detainees, Bertrand, a businessman convicted of fraudulent business, a strange deal: Claire, Bertrand's wife who decided to separate a husband become cumbersome while enjoying his fortune, Alex will be responsible to approach it.

Alex will offer him a tempting but phony financial deal that enables Bertrand to get his money. Eager to put a little spice in his life, Alex agrees to play the game and behave during his evenings and discreet Swiss businessman! Claire is seduced and even more: she falls in love.

Bertrand quickly realizes that Alex is really interested in his wife, Claire discovers the deception and financial Louisette spousal betrayal. But Bertrand shows good sport, Louisette consoles himself with René. Claire, tired of artificial life, a new life with Alex ...

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