The Players (film)
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|Directed by||Emmanuelle Bercot
|Produced by||Jean Dujardin
|Written by||Nicolas Bedos
|Music by||Pino D'Angiò
|Editing by||Anny Danché|
|Distributed by||Mars Films|
|Running time||109 minutes|
Series of vignettes about the theme of male infidelity and its adulterous variants.
The posters for the film on which Jean Dujardin and Gilles Lellouche can be seen in suggestive positions (like gripping a pair of naked female legs) attracted accusations of sexism. The French professional authority of regulation for advertising received four official complaints accusing the posters of sexism. Following this controversy, the posters were taken down, and the distributor excused himself. Jean Dujardin refers to I mostri by Dino Risi.
- Jean Dujardin as Fred / Olivier / François / Laurent / James
- Gilles Lellouche as Greg / Nicolas / Bernard / Antoine / Eric
- Lionel Abelanski as the director
- Guillaume Canet as Thibault
- Éric de Montalier as the emergency doctor
- Charles Gérard as Richard
- Dolly Golden as the mistress
- Sandrine Kiberlain as Marie-Christine
- Katia Lewkowicz as Maxime's mother
- Alexandra Lamy as Lisa
- Éric Massot as the waiter
- Mathilda May as Ariane
- Géraldine Nakache as Stéphanie
- Isabelle Nanty as Christine
- Maëva Pasquali as Nathalie
- Manu Payet as Simon
- Clara Ponsot: Inès
- Stéphane Roquet as the chain-smoking colleague
- Hélène Seuzaret as Isabelle, Éric's wife
- Anthony Sonigo as Benjamin
- Anne Suarez as Julie
- Bastien Bouillon as Valentin
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- Chrisafis, Angelique (2 February 2012). "Jean Dujardin poster controversy could ruin The Artist star's Oscar hopes". The Guardian. Retrieved 29 February 2012.
- Gregg, Kilday (3 February 2012). "Jean Dujardin's Racy Movie Poster Controversy 'Is Over,' Says 'Artist' Producer". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 29 February 2012.
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