Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Paris-based film critic Lisa Nesselson about two French films that Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein is about to distribute in the United States.
Weinstein brought "The Artist" to the US.
These movies are a little different from the 2012 Oscar winner for Best picture, for one thing, they are both a little risqué.
Weinstein plans to distribute "Les Infideles," or "The Players," which is a raunchy comedy about cheating husbands. "The Players" stars Oscar-winner Jean Dujardin in a role that may shatter his smooth image in the United States.
Weinstein is also planning to distribute "The Intouchables" which is about two men — a quadriplegic aristocrat and a young man from the projects — who who should never have met.