Secret Things is a 2002 French erotic thriller film directed by Jean-Claude Brisseau, starring Coralie Revel and Sabrina Seyvecou. The film is sometimes associated with the New French Extremity. Cahiers du Cinema named Secret Things, jointly along with Ten by director Abbas Kiarostami, as the best film of 2002. The film was awarded the 'French Cineaste of the Year' title at the 2003 Cannes Film Festival. In 2005, the director Jean-Claude Brisseau was found guilty of sexually harassing two actresses between 1999 and 2001 during auditions for the film.
Two Parisian girls, Nathalie (Revel), a stripper at a bar, and Sandrine (Seyvecou), a bartender, conspire to climb the social ladder of Paris when they start living together.
|keywords||bank club owner corporate ladder dying father even fall hear jail jail guard married parisian girl reform secret lover sexual intercourse unemployed warn wedding night|
|producer||Jean Francois Geneix|
|theme||erotic thriller lgbt-related|