Place Vendôme (1998)
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Realising a dishonest deal has been found out a diamond merchant commits suicide, leaving the gems in question for his wife. Knowing the business from the time before drink largely took over her life, she decides to sober up and sell them herself. Though they attract much interest, no-one legitimate will touch them. As she tries to get her present life straight the lure of the stones means she may have to confront the past as well.
The story of a woman that remained distracted for a long time from her life, from the passions that made her feel alive. The importance of true love is compared with the material value of diamonds. Only one truly lasts forever. She's got to find the thing that values most for her, the thing that gives psychical stability and real happiness again to her life.
The death of Vincent, the director of one of the prestigious jewelry shop on chic Place Vendôme, leaves his wife, Marrianne, at a terrible crossroads in her life. Her life has been marked by sadness. Though she does retain some of her grace and elegance, Marianne lives in a boozy stupor most of the time... until the day she discovers seven magnificent diamonds stashed away in her husband's hidden chest. Their beauty slowly awakens her passion.
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