Ensemble c’est tout (Hunting and Gathering) – Claude Berri

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Ensemble c’est tout (Hunting and Gathering)

Claude Berri

Genre: Comedy

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Release Date: March 21, 2007


Camille (Audrey Tautou) works evenings as an office cleaning woman, and makes graceful drawings in her free time, living in the attic of a Parisian apartment block. Philibert (Laurent Stocker) is a young, aristocratic history buff living – temporarily – in an apartment lower down, part of the estate of his late grandmother. He has let out part of it to up and coming cook Franck (Guillaume Canet), a gruff young loner and womaniser with a genuine love for his frail grandmother, Paulette (Francoise Bertin). When Camille falls ill, Philibert insists she stay with the two of them so he can look after her. And even though she and Franck clash, the trio manage to live together and learn from each other.

© © 2006 Pathé Production – TF1 Film Production

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Eddie Izzard: Stripped tout en francais – Alexandre Mortier

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Eddie Izzard: Stripped tout en francais

Alexandre Mortier

Genre: Comedy

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Release Date: August 26, 2015


The British stand-up king Eddie Izzard has come to conquer France with his show STRIPPED which he performs entirely in French. Influenced by the absurd humour of MONTY PYTHON, he was publicly acknowledged by them when they dubbed him "The Lost Python". Eddie Izzard is a master of switching between subjects with the most unexpected transitions and an unbridled energy. In his elegant and absurd universe he tells us his version of the history of humanity: from the Stone Age to the modern-day man, from the origins of language to Wikipedia, from banjos to helicopters, or even from the creation of the world to… bananas.

© © 2009 Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved.

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