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LE GENRE HUMAIN : LES PARISIENS

by Claude Lelouch

synopsis

A ruined banker, a homeless person for whom the end is preferable to hunger, the manager of a brasserie, "Gare du Nord," looking for adventure, a police captain madly in love with his colleague’s wife, a film director trying to find a subject, a jewelry seller (who, is in fact, a gold-digger), a fake cab driver but a real crook, an impresario who is as charming as he is Machiavellian, a shady real estate agent, a mad cow that’s wandered on to the high-speed train tracks, a prostitute as honest as she is maternal, an underground restaurant not listed in any guide, a Christ crucified in front of the Sacré Coeur, and opera-loving and swinger politicians. In short, an entire inventory in the Prévert style, a whole sample of men and women who all dream of being on the same level of what we could call a Richter love scale.

original title: Le genre humain : les Parisiens
country: France
sales agent: Les Films 26
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Claude Lelouch
film run: 119'
release date: FR 15/09/2004, BE 22/09/2004
screenplay: Claude Lelouch, Pierre Uytterhoeven
cast: Maïwenn, Mathilde Seigner, Alessandra Martines, Arielle Dombasle, Agnès Soral, Michel Leeb, Grégori Dérangère, Francis Perrin, Pierre Santini, Ticky Holgado, Massimo Ranieri, Constantin Alexandrov, Axel Brucker
cinematography by: Gérard de Battista
film editing: Stéphane Mazalaigue
art director: François Chauvaud
costumes designer: Karine Serrano
music: Francis Lai
producer: Claude Lelouch, Jean Paul De Vidas
production: Les Films 13, Canal + (FR)
distributor: Les Films 13 Distribution
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