SECRET THINGS (Choses secrètes) is a French movie written and directed by Jean-Claude Brisseau in 2002.
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Two young women, Nathalie and Sandrine, who've just been fired from their workplace decide to live together. In order to get a better life, they decide to seduce and manipulate men. They are hired in a bank and soon Sandrine manages to seduce her boss. Meanwhile, both women have become masters in the art of faking pleasure and love with their masculine conquests. They have also developed a lesbian relation together.
After a few weeks, they make the acquaintance of the son of the bank's owner who is having an incestuous relation with his sister. In spite of their mutual strategy, Nathalie and Sandrine fall in love with him. They don't understand that, on this occasion, they are themselves manipulated by the young man who will introduce them to a dangerous world of orgies and lesbianism.
The review of this Movie prepared by Daniel Staebler