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TANGUY

by Étienne Chatiliez

synopsis

“You’re such a cutie… You can live here with us forever if you want…” Little do Paul and Edith Guetz know that this effusive declaration to their baby in his cot will prove to be prophetic. 28 years later, and Tanguy is still at home. He’s brilliant (holds a degree in philosophy, Japanese and is finishing off a thesis in Chinese), charming (everyone loves him), attractive (apart from his fiancée Marguerite, Paul and Edith can’t keep up with the number of women he brings home) and just loves living with his parents. Although Paul is the first to joke about the situation and their “big baby”, all appears to be harmonious at the Guetz’s place. On the surface at least. In fact, Edith can no longer stand Tanguy.

international title: Tanguy
original title: Tanguy
country: France
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Étienne Chatiliez
film run: 108'
release date: FR 21.11.01, CH 21.11.01, BE 05.12.01, IT 15.03.02, ES 26.04.02, DE 30.05.02, AT 07.06.02, HU 07.11.02, SI 23.01.03, GR 02.08.03,
screenplay: Laurent Chouchan
cast: Sabine Azéma, André Dussollier, Eric Berger, Hélène Duc, Aurore Clément, Jean-Paul Rouve, André Wilms, Richard Guedj, Roger Van Hool, Nathalie Krebs, Delphine Serina
cinematography by: Philippe Welt
film editing: Catherine Renault
art director: Stéphane Makedonsky
costumes designer: Elisabeth Tavernier
music: Pascal Andreacchio
producer: Charles Gassot
production: Téléma, Les Productions du Champ Poirier, TF1 Films Production
distributor: UGC Distribution, Filmcooperative (CH), Les Films de l'Elysée (BE), Lucky Red (IT), Vertigo Films (ES), Prokino (DE), Filmladen (AT), Best Hollywood (HU), Ljubljanski Kinematografi (SI), Prooptiki (GR)

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