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    The New Girlfriend

    Claire develops a close bond with her best friend's husband, while helping him create a female persona named Virginia, which leads to confusing and conflicting feelings in Claire, and causes a rift between her and her husband.
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  • Actors of "The New Girlfriend"

  • Characters of "The New Girlfriend"

    Claire. Character of The New Girlfriend
    Laura. Character of The New Girlfriend
    Played by: Isild Le Besco
    Lucie 7 ans. Character of The New Girlfriend
    Played by: Brune Kalnykow
  • Directors of "The New Girlfriend"

    François Ozon. Director of The New Girlfriend
    François Ozon
    Birthdate: 15 November 1967, Paris, France
  • Creators of "The New Girlfriend"

    Ruth Rendell. Director of The New Girlfriend
    Ruth Rendell
    Birthdate: 17 February 1930, South Woodford, Essex, England, UK
    François Ozon. Director of The New Girlfriend
    François Ozon
    Birthdate: 15 November 1967, Paris, France
  • Critic Reviews of "The New Girlfriend"

    Tom Long Detroit News
    October 23, 2015

    A swirl of gender confusion, "The New Girlfriend" tosses all the he/she/we question marks it can find in a tale of contemporary confused sexuality.

    Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune
    September 24, 2015

    It's less than it should've been, and a little mild. But Ozon makes it glide with confidence, in or out of heels.

    J. R. Jones Chicago Reader
    September 24, 2015

    Duris in drag looks like a refugee from the New York Dolls, but his character aspires to nothing more than life as a bourgeois, pearl-clad mom.

    Rex Reed New York Observer
    September 24, 2015

    The New Girlfriend is a funny, delicate, subtly flavored dish deliciously prepared by François Ozon - idiosyncratic and unforgettable.

    Peter Sobczynski
    September 18, 2015

    A wildly entertaining work, one that manages to be simultaneously funny, touching, slightly unnerving and undeniably sexy to behold, regardless of where your predilections may lie.

    Gary Goldstein Los Angeles Times
    September 17, 2015

    Although at times amorphously told and genre non-specific - Dark comedy? Soapy drama? DePalma-esque thriller? - the film holds interest as it often defies expectation and juggles its bold, complex emotions.

    Dee O'Donoghue Film Ireland Magazine
    May 12, 2016

    While there is occasional delight of artful satire, fanciful farce, psychological undercurrent and political breadth, it soon becomes evident, as the intricate subplots and subtexts unfold, Ozon has rather overstretched himself again.

    Jason Bailey Flavorwire
    May 03, 2016

    Ozon, perhaps not entirely purposely, addresses the very timely issue of trans and non-binary gender identity, yet he does it within the framework of his usual style and preoccupations - and shortchanges neither.

    Sean Axmaker
    April 10, 2016

    t's tempting to call this film a dark comedy-it is after all based on a novel by author Ruth Rendell-but for all the wit (and there is plenty) there is very little darkness in this playful psychological drama.

    Peter Canavese Groucho Reviews
    January 26, 2016

    A strong thematic undercurrent pits bourgeois social conventions against authentic self-definition and ultimate freedom to live without shame or undue social limitations.

    Philip Martin Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
    January 09, 2016 intelligent investigation of hearts that don't know quite what they want.

    David 'Mad Dog' Bradley Rip It Up
    December 21, 2015

    Arguably reminiscent of 'camp' Ozon entries like Angel and 8 Women, this has good enough work from Duris, but is truly saved by the lovely and lively Demoustier.

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