After her relationship with her married lover ends after he tells her he is marrying someone lese, Aimme (Maria de Medeiros - Pulp Fiction, Henry and June) dons her sexy red dress to try to ensnare a different rich husband so that she can live the idyllic life a housewife. In her quest she changes her personality and desires like a chameleon to fit woever is the latest target. Maurice (Thierry Fortineau - La Fille de l'Air), a book-seller would be the perfect match if he didn't hate everyone in the world or was not so impoverished. Instead Aimee marries a gastronomic writer only to realise that he isn't the route to the happiness she desires. A charming, entertaining, amusing and insightful romantic comedy by Academy Award Nominee jean Charles Tacchella.
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 2 DVD: LANGUAGES: French ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), English ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: As a way of getting on in the world, working for wages and constantly being in danger of being fired or laid off is a pretty poor system. In this movie, pretty, young Aimee decides that marriage to the right man is a much better bargain. Though she is very fond of an impoverished bookstore owner, the man who meets her strict criteria is a famous and high-strung restaurant critic. After cohabiting with her new spouse for a while, she goes for the really big-time payoff that comes with divorce and stages everything entirely to her satisfaction. Of course, it takes an iron will and tremendous concentration for this passionate girl to play such a stern, money-grubbing role, but she's up to the task. ...The Man of My Life ( L'homme de ma vie )