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What does the phrase "jeux d'enfants" mean?

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“Jeux d’enfants” means “child’s play” or “children’s games.” It is an idiom often used to portray something as very easy to do or simple-minded. In 2003, a French film titled “Jeux d’enfants” was re-released in English under the title of “Love Me If You Dare.”

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“Love Me If You Dare” is a French movie about a man named Julien who becomes close with a woman named Sophie through a game of dares that started when they were children, hence the original name of the movie, “Jeux d’enfants.” As they grow older, however, the dares become more dangerous and harmful to themselves and to other people in their lives.

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