X Femmes

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X Femmes (English: X Women) is a French television series of short films shown on Canal+ in 2008–2009.[1] They were shot by female directors with the goal of producing erotica, soft-core pornography and hard-core pornography from a female point of view.[2]


Season 1 – Original air date 25 October 2008

1. Le bijou indiscret (The jewel indiscreet). Director: Arielle Dombasle. Stars: Arielle Dombasle, Jérémie Elkaïm and Paz de la Huerta

2. Se faire prendre au jeu (Getting to the game). Director: Lola Doillon. Stars: Laureen Langendorff and Dominique Viger

3. Peep show heros (Peep show heroes). Director: Helena Noguerra. Stars: Axelle Parker, William and Myke Glory

4. Enculées (Fucked). Director: Laetitia Masson. Stars: Hélène Fillières, Valentine Catzéflis and Camille de Sablet

5. Vous désirez? (You want?). Director: Caroline Loeb. Stars: Alexandra, Béa and Pierre Blanche

6. À ses pieds (At her feet). Director: Mélanie Laurent. Stars: Fanny Krish, Marc Ruchmann, Lou Charmelle and Déborah Révy

Season 2 – Original air date 27 June 2009

1. Samedi soir (Saturday night). Director: Zoe Cassavetes. Stars: Alexandre Marouani and Laëtizia Venezia Tarnowska

2. Pour elle (For her). Director: Blanca Li. Stars: Victoria Abril

3. Le beau sexe (The fairer sex). Director: Tonie Marshall. Stars: Miko Angelo, Philippe Elkoubi and Marie Pape

4. Les filles (Girls). Director: Anna Mouglalis

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  1. ^ "X Femmes" TV Series. Full list of episodes.
  2. ^ "X Femmes" à minuit sur C+ (−18)". le blog TV News (in French). 2008-10-25. Retrieved 2011-10-24. 
    Translation: "According to the press release, the female filmmakers chosen for this project will constantly ask legitimate questions about female sexuality, are going to film sex scenes with pleasant lighting, sophisticated atmosphere, and natural actors and actresses whose genuine sensuality get female spectators involved ... Sex will be shown in its reality, but free of any performance, as opposed to pornographic films."

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