|Original title||La Fille coupée en deux|
|Category||Comedy, Drama, Thriller|
|UK Release Date||22 May 2009|
|Cast||Ludivine Sagnier, Benoît Magimel, François Berléand, Mathilda May, Marie Bunel, Valéria Cavalli, Thomas Chabrol, Jean-Marie Winling, Didier Bénureau, Caroline Sihol, Etienne Chicot, Emanuel Booz|
|Distributor||Curzon Artificial Eye|
Gabrielle Deneige (Ludivine Sagnier) has a high profile job presenting the weather on French TV. Despite Gabrielle's staunch work ethic however, she values her privacy over her professional career and lives in a modest house with her ageing mother (Marie Bunel). One day, renowned author Charles Saint-Denis (Francois Berleand) is interviewed at the television station where Gabrielle works, and the two feel an instant, powerful connection. Later, at a book signing, the pair continues to flirt despite the presence of a spoiled, ultra-rich, pharmaceutical heir, Paul Gaudens (Benoit Magimel) -- who openly despises the writer and longs to claim Gabrielle as his own. Despite the fact that Charles is still happily married to his wife of twenty-five years (Valeria Cavalli), with whom he shares a home in a posh ultra-modern estate in the countryside, he and Gabrielle share an intimate afternoon at the author's nearby pied-a-terre. Later, as the potentially psychotic Paul steps up his pursuit of Gabrielle, the young woman begins to question the purity of intention of either of her suitors.