Sex, Lies and Surgery Trailer

Sex, Lies and Surgery Trailer (2012)

27 June 2012 Comedy 83 mins

John - conscientious and romantic - and Michael - thoughtless and unfaithful - are surgeons at their father’s private hospital. John felt madly in love with Priscilla, a wonderful nurse. But he is betrayed by Michael who decides to marry her. Shattered by his loss, John moves to Canada. But Michael’s new project to dedicate the clinic to plastic surgery leads them to bankruptcy, forcing John to come back in the hope of saving the clinic...

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Bruno Salomone

as Michael Marchal

Michel Aumont

as David Marchal

Artus de Penguern

as John Marchal

Dominique Lavanant

as Mademoiselle Phillips

Héléna Noguerra

as Priscilla

Sofia Essaïdi

as Jennifer Gomez

Eric Godon

as Giuseppe Severini

International Releases Dates

France 27 June 2012

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13 November 2012

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Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 Trailer (2012)

06 September 2012

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04 October 2012

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Underworld: Awakening Trailer (2012)

19 January 2012

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Ted Trailer (2012)

29 June 2012

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01 July 2012

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Life of Pi Trailer (2012)

20 November 2012

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Sexual Chronicles of a French Family Trailer (2012)

09 May 2012

Three generations of a French family open up about their sexual experiences and desires after young Romain is caught masturbating in his biology class.

The Hunger Games Trailer (2012)

12 March 2012

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One for the Money Trailer (2012)

26 January 2012

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Wrath of the Titans Trailer (2012)

27 March 2012

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