Sex Doll

Synopsis: Set in London's world of high class call girls, Amoureux Solitaires tells the story of London based French escort Virgiinie, and Rupert, a man who rescues trafficked girls - A tale of modern love.
Genre: Thriller
102 min

Hey there, baby!

Come here, baby!



How are things?

What time?

Are you going to dress

like a slut again?

And whine if you

don't find a guy?

Hold on a second.

I'll call you back.

I've got work to do.

I'll swing by your place.

See you tonight.

- Your thighs touch.


Your thighs rub together.

Stop it!

It's your body shape.

Even if you weighed 30 kg,

your thighs would still touch,

like a baby's.

You're silly! Back off!


Babies are cute!

You coming?

I'm fed up. Let's go home.

Not just yet.

I can't take any more.

Are you staying?


You'd stay for that?

"That" can drive you home,

if you like.

Do you like him?

A little.

You're not picky.

You think all guys are lame.

He's got a lousy car.

What do you do in London?

I work in an agency.

I find flats for French people.

Do you make a good living?

A living.

How about you?

A living.

Do you mind

if I put on some music?


Got anything happier?

Do you enjoy suffering?

Ever wonder what life's like

for these girls?


Shut up!

I'm sorry, I...

Let's just have the music.

Excuse me.

Can you let me out?

I'd like to walk a bit.

Anything wrong?

Fine, I...

I need some air.

I feel nauseous.

A walk will do me good.

Hello, beautiful!

What's new?


You look tired.

You think so?

Do you sleep well?

Very well.

Do you eat well?


Lots of vegetables.

That's good.

You're prettier than ever.


I'd like to take off on holiday.


I don't know.

Not sure who with, either.

- Do you still see Marine?



I'm fed up with seeing...

girls of the trade.

Do you want to go with me?


Why not?

Do it as a favor.

They're good customers.

They know you.

I trust you.

I know. But that's not it.

- I don't do that anymore.

-I know.

But it's a one-time-thing.

It's big money.

I'll think it over.

Yes, please do.

Still wild about me, Pussy?

I'll give you

the papers Tuesday.

We're meeting then anyway.


I'm counting on you, Virginie.

Stop looking at me.

I'll look if I want.

Get some rest.

Bye, Cook, honey!

You hate that I earn

so much, eh?

- Hey, ebony lady!

- Yo!

- How are you?

-Fine and you?

Got time for lunch?

My aunt didn't

show up this morning.

You should have phoned.

I was in the neighborhood.

Oh, OK...

I'll take a cigarette break.

I'll be right back.

So, did you f*ck the guy?


I wouldn't mind if you had.

You can tell me.

Well, I didn't.

What's up?

You got a secret or what?

Have you ever met a guy

and felt totally bewildered?

Like you're about to die?

Like it's the end of your life?

No, forget it.


Why's he here?

He called.

I invited him.

Is he your new boyfriend?

Not at all.

I just invited him.

I'm sorry about the other night.

It's no big deal.

I should never go out.

It's always an ordeal.

You don't have fun?

I don't know how to.

Me, either.

Talking with someone like you

is my idea of fun.

Like me?

What am I like?

No sad song?

I'm not going to put on

any song at all.

I'm better when I'm alone.

I think I'm toxic for others.

Why do you say that?

No reason.

If you don't know how to

have fun, and you don't chat,

can you sing?

A little.

- What, here?


Hey you,

tell me you love me.

Even if it's a lie

Even if we don't stand a chance

Life is so sad

Tell me you love me

Every day is the same

I need some romance.

I didn't lie, she's lovely.

What do you think?

The sweetest.

There! It's done.

I'm relieved.


- This will do, right?


- What do you think?

-She's pretty.

But not very bright.

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Sylvie Verheyde

Sylvie Verheyde (born 1967) is a French film director, actress and screenwriter. The films she has directed include Un frère (1997), in which Emma de Caunes won a César Award for Most Promising Actress, Princesses (2000), Amour de Femme (2001), Stella (2008) and Confession of a Child of the Century (2011), starring Pete Doherty, which was screened at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. more…

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