|Une Femme ou Deux|
|Directed by||Daniel Vigne|
|Produced by||Michel Choquet|
|Screenplay by||Daniel Vigne and Élisabeth Rappeneau|
The cast includes Gérard Depardieu, Sigourney Weaver, Ruth Westheimer, Michel Aumont, Zabou Breitman, Jean-Pierre Bisson, Yann Babilée. It was produced by Michel Choquet, and the music score was composed by Kevin Mulligan, Evert Verhees, Janet Aldrich and Jean Thielemans.
It was released in the U.S. under the name One Woman or Two, the literal English language translation of its French language title.
Gérard Depardieu makes an archeological find of a two-million-year-old French woman which he calls Laura. He is approached and conned by an American advertising executive (Sigourney Weaver), masquerading as a charity organisation executive in order to use the woman for her own perfume advertising campaign. Later the real charity organisation executive (Ruth Westheimer) turns up ... it all develops from there.
Chicago Sun-Times reviewer Roger Ebert wrote of this film in a half star review, "Add it all up, and what you've got here is a waste of good electricity. I'm not talking about the electricity between the actors. I'm talking about the current to the projector." It's on his "Most Hated Films" list.
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