Intimate Strangers

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Intimate Strangers
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Directed by Patrice Leconte
Produced by Alain Sarde
Written by Jerome Tonnerre
Patrice Leconte
Starring Sandrine Bonnaire
Fabrice Luchini
Michel Duchaussoy
Music by Pascal Estève
Cinematography Eduardo Serra
Editing by Joëlle Hache
Distributed by Paramount Classics (USA)
Release date(s) July 30, 2004 (2004-07-30)
Running time 103 minutes
Language French
Box office $7,120,939

Intimate Strangers (French: Confidences trop intimes) is a 2004 French film directed by Patrice Leconte. It was shown in Competition at the 2004 Berlin Film Festival.

Paramount Classics acquired the United States distribution rights of this film and gave it a limited U.S. theatrical release on July 30, 2004; this film went on grossing $2.1 million in the United States theaters,[1] which is considered a good result for a foreign language film.[2] Ruth Vitale (who was the president of Paramount Classics at that time) was pleased with this film's performance in the United States market.[3]


On her initial appointment seeking psychiatric counseling, a troubled woman mistakenly enters a tax accountant's office, and an unusual relationship develops.


Hollywood Remake

Paramount Pictures (the parent studio of Paramount Vantage/Classics) is developing a Hollywood remake version of this film, with Hilary Swank attached to star.[4]


External links

  • Official Site (US)
  • Internet Movie Database
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