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About the Film

Director: Tonie Marshall
Actors: Sophie Marceau and Patrick Bruel

When his sex addiction costs him his job as a pilot, Lambert (Bruel) tries to reform himself through a new career as a couples therapist, and makes a vow to never again have sex without love. Unfortunately, his new colleague Judith (Marceau) happens to be a nymphomaniac with a taste for sleeping with her coworkers--and she's determined to have him next. Between their instant attraction and Judith's unrelenting (and decidedly unsubtle) attempts to seduce him, Lambert struggles to keep his promises to himself and to get what he ultimately wants from Judith: a relationship.

The screening will conclude with an open discussion led by our in-house film expert, Barbara Bouquegneau.

Above: Patrick Bruel as Lambert Levallois and Sophie Marceau as Judith Chabrier in Tu veux...ou tu veux pas?
© Warner Brothers

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Upcoming Events

Screening

Festinema Junior 2018: Les quatre saisons de Léon

March 13 and March 20, 9:30 AM and 12:00 PM Screenings

From Mar 13, 2018 To Mar 20, 2018

A free screening of Les quatre saisons de Léon as part of the 5th annual Festinema Junior, a national French film festival and educational outreach program for children and adolescents. For ages 4 - 6.

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Screening

Festinema Junior 2018: Le roi et l'oiseau

March 14 and March 21, 9:30 AM and 12:00 PM Screenings

From Mar 14, 2018 To Mar 21, 2018

A free screening of Le roi et l'oiseau as part of the 5th annual Festinema Junior, a national French film festival and educational outreach program for children and adolescents. For ages 7 - 12.

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Exhibition

May '68: When Paris Erupted in Protest

Exhibition of photos by Marc Riboud

From Feb 2, 2018 To Feb 28, 2018

On May 3, 1968, Parisian students took to the street in protests that spread throughout France, quickly engulfing offices, factories and other places of work. This exhibition of works by the late French photographer Marc Riboud reminds us of both the passions of the moment and of the enigmatic playfulness that striking students and workers frequently displayed.

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