Man Is a Woman

Man Is a Woman (1998)

It's an experience that every man ought to have at least once in his life... to be for just a moment a woman in the arms of a man...

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Summary

Simon Eskenazy is a gay Parisian clarinet player who lives his single life to the fullest. One day, he receives a very tempting offer from his homophobic uncle, looking to continue the family legacy – if he gets married and has a child, he will receive ten million francs and inherit his uncle's luxurious mansion. After meeting Rosalie Baumann at his cousin David's wedding, and with some convincing on his mother's part, Simon sees an opportunity to fulfill his uncle's wishes and the pair go ahead and get married, but not before traveling to New York to meet Rosalie's Orthodox Jewish family. As Simon tries to develop real feelings for Rosalie, he struggles with his feelings for his newlywed cousin David.

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  • Antoine de Caunes

    as Simon Eskenazy
  • Elsa Zylberstein

    as Rosalie Baumann
  • Gad Elmaleh

    as David Eskenazi
  • Michel Aumont

    as Uncle Salomon
  • Judith Magre

    as Simon's mother
  • Maurice Bénichou

    as Rosalie's father
  • Catherine Hiegel

    as Rosalie's mother
  • Stéphane Metzger

    as Daniel Baumann
  • Edwin Gerard

    as Yitshak Baumann
Production Françoise Menidrey Casting
Editing Monica Coleman Editor
Crew Pierre Aïm Cinematography
Writing Joële Van Effenterre Story
Costume & Make-Up Edith Vesperini Costume Design
Writing Gilles Taurand Writer
Writing Jean-Jacques Zilbermann Screenplay
Directing Jean-Jacques Zilbermann Director
Writing Jean-Jacques Zilbermann Story
Production Jean-Luc Ormières Producer
Production Régine Konckier Producer

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