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Intimate Strangers

1h 44m Comedy, Drama 2004

William Faber became a tax accountant like his father and resolved himself to a life where nothing much ever changed. At least until the beautiful Anna walked in one day and mistook his office for the therapist’s down the hall. Unsolicited, Anna begins to reveal intimate details of her life which include how she is seeking security by attempting to save her tumultuous marriage. William and Anna find a bond developing between them, one that only true strangers can have, even after she finds out who he really is…or is not! Masterfully directed by French film legend Patrice Leconte (Man on the Train, Girl on the Bridge, The Widow of St. Pierre), Intimate Strangers takes you on a journey into the depths of human relationships and shows just how intimate strangers can be.


Patrice Leconte







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