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3 Guys, 1 Girl, 2 Weddings

Country: Belgium, Language: French, 95 mins

Original Title

3 Garçons, 1 Fille, 2 Mariages
  • Director: Stéphane Clavier
  • Writer: Jean-Luc Goossens
  • Producer: Catherine Burniaux; François Charlent

CGiii Comment

Split screen, straight-to-camera, rip-off title, political activists, farcical scenarios, manic acting and the unrequited love and seduction of a straight man (and woman).

This has all the ingredients to make your stomach churn - and it does, relentlessly.

Thoroughly distasteful - presenting male rape in this way is simply offensive.

A comedy without any comedy - a severe dose of gangrene is funnier than this.

And...the poof deserved to be clobbered. How controversial!

And, the poster shows the end!



The(ir) Blurb...

Romance meets farce against the backdrop of a quiet campaign to legalize gay marriage. Laurent loves his roommate Dan, who's straight and a playboy. Laurent can't bring himself to tell Dan, but is content to share a flat and to party with him. Then Camille comes along, Dan falls hard, and Laurent is beside himself: he tries to sabotage the relationship, but each effort backfires. After Dan moves in with Camille, Laurent enlists the help of Sam, his new lesbian flatmate, and Nick, a long-time gay friend. As the lovers head toward marriage, Laurent becomes more desperate. His efforts may be having an effect, if not on Dan, then on Camille. Which love will triumph?

Cast & Characters

Olivier Sitruk as Dan;
Julie Gayet as Camille;
Arnaud Giovaninetti as Laurent;
Anne Azoulay as Sam;
Jean-Claude Dreyfus as Le père de Camille;
Marie Lenoir as Monique, la mère de Dan;
Fabio Zenoni as Nick;
Patricia Houyoux as La mère de Camille;
Stéphane De Groodt as L'adjoint au maire;
Charlie Dupont as Robert;
Antoine Guillaume as Richard;
Pierre Gerranio as Le ministre;
Sandrine Laroche as Valérie, la serveuse