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AN ELEPHANT CAN BE EXTREMELY DECEPTIVE

by Yves Robert

synopsis

As loyal as a dove, the down-to-earth family man, Étienne Dorsay, is about to tell his first lie to his supportive and caring wife, Marthe, when, out of the blue, falls head over heels in love with an enchanting woman in a billowy red dress. Now, he is a fearless Casanova willing to go to great lengths to be with the object of his ever-growing desire; however, is Étienne--the inexperienced adventure-seeker--up for the task? With the aid of his few intimate friends, Étienne just might get what he wishes for; nevertheless, is love always a bed of roses?

international title: An Elephant Can Be Extremely Deceptive
original title: Un éléphant ça trompe énormément
country: France
year: 1976
genre: fiction
directed by: Yves Robert
film run: 110'
screenplay: Jean-Loup Dabadie, Yves Robert
cast: Jean Rochefort, Claude Brasseur, Guy Bedos
cinematography by: René Mathelin
film editing: Gérard Pollicand
art director: Jean-Pierre Kohut-Svelko
costumes designer: Nadine Dessalles
producer: Alain Poiré, Yves Robert
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