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Whatever is a 1999 French drama film directed by Philippe Harel, starring Harel and José Garcia. The original French title is Extension du domaine de la lutte, which means "broadening of the battlefield". It tells the story of a man whose misanthropy goes out of control due to a business trip together with a colleague. It is based on the novel Whatever by Michel Houellebecq.

The film was released on 13 October 1999 through Mars Distribution. It had 55,967 admissions in France.


  • Philippe Harel as Notre héros
  • José Garcia as Raphael Tisserand
  • Catherine Mouchet as La psy
  • Cécile Reigher as Catherine Lechardey
  • Marie-Charlotte Leclaire as H. La secrétaire de LA Brette
  • Philippe Agael as Buvet
  • Christophe Rossignon as Bernard

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