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by Philippe Boon, Laurent Brandebourger


When a bailiff and his wife (going through a crisis) cross paths with a (frenzied) shopaholic , a cop who is (a little bit) too humanistic and a tiger (wearing glasses), things could get very (very) dicey.

international title: Dead Man's Hand
original title: Petites misères
country: Belgium, Luxembourg, France
sales agent: Pyramide International
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Philippe Boon, Laurent Brandebourger
film run: 100'
release date: FR 06/02/2002, BE 13/03/2002
screenplay: Laurent Brandebourger, Philippe Boon
cast: Albert Dupontel, Marie Trintignant, Bouli Lanners, Serge Larivière
cinematography by: Willy Stassen
film editing: Sandrine Deegen
art director: Véronique Sacrez, Agnès Dubois
music: Jeff Bodard
producer: Pascal Verroust, Patrick Quinet, Claude Waringo, Alain Rozanes
production: Artémis Productions, Samsa Films, ADR Productions, France 2, Canal + (FR)
distributor: Cinéart, Pyramide (FR)
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