Synopsis: Nathalie is the name a Parisian prostitute assumes for a special mission or "private investigation." She is engaged in this unusual and secretive task by a professional, upper-middle-class wife who fears that her husband is unfaithful to her. Nathalie has to seduce the clueless husband and regularly report all details of her relationship with him, including his most intimate sexual preferences in bed. Nathalie is stunning, charming, and cunning. Can Nathalie and her reports to the mistrustful wife be trusted? Is the middle aged husband indeed unfaithful?
Genre: Drama
100 min

D'you want ice?

- Yes please.

Its fine like that.

There aren't any people yet.

When does it usually start?

- Eleven, half-twelve.

D'you offer me something to drink?

If you want.

Everthing fine? Not too strange?

- Its okey.

Which perfume d'you have on?


- It suits you.

I constantly change.

Did you just come in by coincidence?

No, not really.

I work in the neighbourhood.

- You seldom see women here.

Women like you I mean.


Couples yes, but a woman alone...

Would you prefer that I leave you alone?

- No.


you can help me.

- Why not.

Tell me.

Some girls don't go with women.

l do.

Its not for me.

- For who then?

I think...

that my husband would like you...

You choose in his place?

Can't he come himself?

- No.

Why not?

Is he handicapped?

D'you want a threesome?

No, he knows nothing about this.

Didn't you recognise me?

- I wasn't sure.

A coffee please.

His name is Bernard.

He often goes for a coffe

before work.

How shall I describe him?

He wears a blue scarf,

a dark jacket.

A couple of newspapers...

He is big, brown hair, strong.

You could call him attractive.

And if he asks what I do?

- You learn languages to become a translator.

Excuse me, d'you have a light?

I was asking for a light.

And I sat down again.

He pretended as if he was reading.

But then he stood up,

and approached me.

What did he say?

The usual.

If I cam there often, to my work...

I told him about the language courses.

He said he had to go to an appointment

and asked for my name.

I didn't answer.

We have to think of a name.

I don't know if Marlne

is your real name.

We'll call you...

Nathalie...Yes, Nathalie.

What does your husband like?

What gives him pleasure?

He has his own wishes.

Its always free between us...

been classic.

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Philippe Blasband

Philippe Blasband (born 26 July 1964 in Teheran, Iran) is a filmmaker and a writer in French language from Belgium. He lives currently in Brussels. more…

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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