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Pleasure Party

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Une partie de plaisir
Une partie de plaisir.jpg
Theatrical Release Poster
Directed byClaude Chabrol
Written byPaul Gégauff
StarringDanièle Gégauff
Paul Gégauff
Clemence Gégauff
CinematographyJean Rabier
Running time
97 minutes
CountryFrance
LanguageFrench

Une partie de plaisir (A Piece of Pleasure) is a 1975 French film directed by Claude Chabrol and starring its screenwriter and longtime Chabrol collaborator Paul Gégauff. In the film, Gégauff plays a writer with a troubled marriage that ends in tragedy. (In 1983, Gégauff was stabbed to death in real life by his second wife.) In this film, his wife is played by his real-life first wife Danièle Gégauff (already divorced when this film was made) and his daughter is played by real life daughter Clemence Gégauff.[1]

Plot

Philippe and Esther are happily married and living a middle class life with their young daughter. In order to add excitement and sophistication to the marriage, Philippe suggests they begin sleeping with other people then describing it to each other. But Philippe becomes filled with jealousy and anger towards his wife until tragedy destroys the entire family.

Cast

Reception

John Simon described Une Partie de plasir's story as 'partly trivial, and partly unbelievable'. Simon went described the films characters as 'too bad, too good, or too stupid to be true, and neither plot nor dialogue comes to the rescue'.[2]


Notes

  1. ^ "Dennis Schwartz review".
  2. ^ Simon, John (1983). John Simon: Something to Declare Twelve Years Of Films From Abroad. Clarkson N. Potter Inc. p. 281.

External links

Pleasure Party at IMDb

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