A World Without Women

Synopsis: Confused feelings for Sylvain when he meets Patricia and Juliette on their one-week holiday by the sea.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Guillaume Brac
Production: Niz
  1 win & 1 nomination.
56 min

We didn't keep you waiting, did we?

No, no worries.

I had trouble waking up

this morning.

What about you?

Watch the doors.

There we go.

The colour suits you.

- I like it.

- Really soft, isn't it?

What do you think?


- Really?

- Yes. Right?

Very handsome.

I agree with the lady.

Does it make me look fat?

- Not at all.

- A bit, here.

No, you look handsome.

Hang on. Just let me...

- Yeah, that's perfect.

- You think so?

You'll get lucky!

- Not like a pizza delivery boy?

- Not at all.

You look like a... tennis player.

- Do you like this colour?

- Yeah.

- Green.

- And what about blue?

- Let me see!

- Yeah, blue too.

That looks nice.

Even classier.

Polo shirts suit me.

They really do.

No kidding.

Well... Since your friends are so nice,

if I may say so, and you are too,

gentle and kind,

I'll do you the blue, the green

and the red - which looks so good -

for the price of two.

- Really?


You're very nice.

Do a boardwalk in that polo shirt.

Swagger a bit.

- Boardwalk?

- Yes, along the boardwalk.


He's had an idea.


An apple?

An apple hit him on the head?



Nice one, because...

My go.


OK, got it.

OK, start the clock.

Hang on...


Yep, and Indians.

John Wayne.


You're cheating, stop talking.

The country.

- America.

- Right.

Where are we now?

- Stop talking.

- In Ault.

- In a house.

- Yes. The colours?

- White.

- Yes!


- A president...

- Yes.

Carla Bruni.

Marilyn Monroe...



- Yes, Marilyn Monroe!

- No.

Clinton. It's Clinton.

Well done.


Yes, it's Clinton...

Never mind.

Sylvain, your glass is empty.

No, thanks, I've had too much.

I have a few health problems.


You have lovely eyes.

It's true, you really look at people.

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