Secret Things

Released 2002


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Jean-Claude Brisseau
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Secret Things is a 2002 French drama directed by Jean-Claude Brisseau. It stars Coralie Revel and Sabrina Seyvecou. Coralie plays Nathalie, an exotic dancer who just got fired from her strip club by her scummy boss who gave her the ultimatum of having sex with a paying client or get fired. Also jobless is the strip club's former bartender Sandrine, played by Sabrina. The two become roommates and decide to use their sexuality to climb up the social ladder and get into the corporate world. They quickly land jobs as secretaries in a banking corporation. Nathalie gets send to HQ while Sandrine goes to the Human Resources Department. Sandrine gets promoted, becoming the secretary to the second in command, Monsieur Delacroix. The CEO has a ruthless and handsome son named Christophe. His reputation is heavy however, as many women have fallen in love with him without him caring, leading several women to commit suicide. Regardless Sandrine still wants to conquer him. Over time Sandrine convinces Delacroix to transfer Nathalie to his office as an assistant secretary to her. This leads to a threesome in his office which gets interrupted by Christophe and his sister. Delacroix gets quietly punished for this and the plot thickens as more and more secrets are revealed...moreless


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  • 80

    Los Angeles Times Kevin Thomas

    The result is both merciless and darkly funny.

  • 80

    Variety Lisa Nesselson

    There's plenty for both the eyes and intellect to groove over in Secret Things, a taut, juicy, low-key feast of sexual and office politics filtered through helmer Jean-Claude Briss...

  • 70

    The New York Times Dave Kehr

    There is no denying the force of Mr. Brisseau's bizarre imagination and the personal conviction he brings to it.

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