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DANDY

by François Armanet

synopsis

In the mid-1960s, the Drugstore "crowd" was made up of the best dressed and wildest representatives of a generation that believed only in itself and thought it could change the world. Flirting, rent-boys, parties, "losers", brawls, night-clubs, the first joints, holidays on the Normandy coast, Shetland wool mini-skirts, Weston moccasins, Morris Coopers, but also love and posing. Philippe and Marc go wild. Charlotte and Nathalie are more than a match for them.

international title: Dandy
original title: La Bande du Drugstore
country: France
sales agent: FTD (France Télévisions Distribution)
year: 2002
genre: fiction
directed by: François Armanet
film run: 93'
release date: FR 17/04/2002
screenplay: François Armanet, Jean Helpert
cast: Mathieu Simonet, Aurélien Wiik, Cécile Cassel, Alice Taglioni, Thierry Lhermitte
cinematography by: Guillaume Schiffman
film editing: Sandrine Deegen
art director: Jean-Marc Tran
costumes designer: Nathalie Raoul
music: Thierry Garcia
producer: Jean Bréhat, Rachid Bouchareb
production: 3B Productions, StudioCanal
distributor: Tadrart Films, Gloria Film (DK), SPI International (PL/CZ/SK)
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