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|Virginie Ledoyen In Shall We Kiss HD|
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Shall We Kiss stars Virginie Ledoyen and yes we do get to see Virginie nude! There really is a certain something sexy about Virginie Ledoyen that always makes it a pleasure to see her. In this clip we watch Virginie strip from her bra and panties right down to her bare boobies!
|Virginie Ledoyen In The Beach HD|
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The discovery of a hidden island paradise off the Thai coast leads to a sensual idyll for American tourist Leonardo DiCaprio and French fellow travellers Virginie Ledoyen and Guillaume Canet, but their seaside Shangri-La hides a dark secret that threatens their lives. Lushly filmed adventure from director Danny Boyle and scripter John Hodge ("Trainspotting") also stars Tilda Swinton, Robert Carlyle. Now in HD!
|Virginie Ledoyen In The Backwoods HD|
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The Backwoods (HD)Virginie Ledoyen is young, hot, and looks amazing when she splashes water over her breasts then skinny dips in the local pond. Aitana Sanchez-Gijon is also naked and shows both her bush and ass. You may know Aitana Sanchez-Gijon from the movies The Machinist, Boca a boca, and A Walk in the Clouds. Both girls get naked together and we get the voyeurs view from behind a tree as they giggle and strip off their panties!
|Virginie Ledoyen In Shall We Kiss?|
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Does anyone understand love like the French? Who cares! Does any else on the planet insist on inserting nudity in their films than the French? Hell no!!! Write/Director/Star Emmanuel Mouret makes sure to continue tradition as he gets co-star Virginie Ledoyen to doff her duds. Merci beaucoup!
|Virginie Ledoyen In Late August Early Semptember|
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Called "a French 'Big Chill'" by critics, director Olivier Assayas' essay on friendship, love and mortality chronicles a year in the life of struggling writer Mathieu Amalric and his social circle. Among the group: ex-flame Jeanne Balibar, unstable new lover Virginie Ledoyen, and fellow author Francois Cluzet, who is faced with a serious illness. 112 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: French; Subtitles: English; biographies; filmography. In French with English subtitles.
|Virginie Ledoyen In House of Voices|
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Weird and scary 2004 horror film, a ghost story really, features a (apparently really) pregnant Virginie Ledoyen as a young woman brought in to clean up an orphanage that is being closed down. The children are all moved out leaving only the young cleaning woman, the very old housekeeper, and one orphan, mentally disturbed, who has not yet been relocated.
The young woman is trying to hide her pregnancy from the others by wrapping her middle with cloth, but as the days go by, she starts becoming ill from the pregnancy. Or is something else causing it?
As things progress, she begins to hear footsteps and voices of children, but the other two see nothing. Soon after, she begins to see the children themselves running and playing. Or does she really see anything?
This is a strange but well-done effort, and although not everyone will like it, I did, quite a lot. I was especially impressed by Virginie Ledoyen's performance, which was very good, and by the shocking ending.
|Virginie Ledoyen In Saint Ange|
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A young cleaning woman, Anna (Ledoyen), sent to spruce up the abandoned St. Ange orphanage in the remotes of the French Alps in 1960, discovers that only one orphan, Judith (Doillon), still lives there. As she sets about her scrubbing duties, Anna begins to experience some very strange things, like hearing the footsteps and voices of children down the long lonely hallways. Meanwhile, her coworker, Helenka (a cook), doesn't hear a thing, and begins to worry about Anna's state of mind...
|Virginie Ledoyen In In All Innocence|
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Cécile and Samira can't pay their expensive Paris rent. Walking down the street the two girls see an art gallery reception and finesse their way in. In attendance are Michel Farnèse, a very well-to-do corporate lawyer, and his wife Viviane, an artist. While Samira overdoes it at the buffet table, Cécile steals some wallets from coats at the coat check. The girls are ejected. Michel notices his wallet is missing... The girls try to rob a Chinese jeweller but there's a scuffle. Cécile escapes; Samira, a Moroccan, is arrested. Cécile needs to find a lawyer. She sees Michel's card in his wallet... Michel agrees to take the case, since Cécile comes from the same poor neighbourhood he worked his way out of. The jealous Viviane suspects her husband has another reason... Cécile's old boyfriend Vincent provides her an alibi for the robbery. His testimony gets Cécile acquitted and he wants her back. Cécile comes to Michel's office to thank him. She leaves, but forgets her sweater. Michel takes it to her himself...
|Virginie Ledoyen In Beach, The|
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The discovery of a hidden island paradise off the Thai coast leads to a sensual idyll for American tourist Leonardo DiCaprio and French fellow travellers Virginie Ledoyen and Guillaume Canet, but their seaside Shangri-La hides a dark secret that threatens their lives. Lushly filmed adventure from director Danny Boyle and scripter John Hodge ("Trainspotting") also stars Tilda Swinton, Robert Carlyle. 119 min. Widescreen (Enhanced); Soundtracks: English Dolby Digital 5.1, Dolby Digital Surround, French Dolby Digital Surround; Subtitles: English, Spanish; audio commentary; deleted scenes; alternate ending; music video; storyboard comparison; theatrical trailers; TV spots; scene access.