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by Charles Nemes


Antoine, a young French twenty-something really sucks at life. The film starts out with him receiving a phone call from his landlord reminding him that he has to be out of his apartment that afternoon. Antoine, obviously, has misunderstood the date and thinks that his moving day, the 17th is tomorrow. What ensues is the completely hilarious story of Antoine and his rag-tag group of bohemian friends attempting to move him out of his den of iniquity in a few hours.

original title: Le carton
country: France
year: 2004
genre: fiction
directed by: Charles Nemes
film run: 88'
release date: FR 06/10/2004
screenplay: Charles Nemes, Sébastien Fechner, Virginia Bach
cast: Vincent Desagnat, Bruno Salomone, Fred Testot, Omar Sy, Emilie Chesnais, Catherine Benguigui, Cecillia Cara, Armelloe Deutsch, Santa Auzina
producer: Nicolas Vannier, Jean-Luc Olivier
production: Source Films, 2003 Productions, Warner Bros Entertainment France
distributor: Warner Bros Entertainment France
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