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by Michel Leclerc


It all began when camcorders replaced cameras. Making TV programs then became within everyone's reach. Jean-Lou, Yasmina, Victor, Clara, Adonis, and the others didn't only want to create their own television channel, they above all wanted to make a revolution. Thus Télé Gaucho was born, as anarchic and provocative as the main channels were conformist and reactionary. Five years of mayhem, brutal pirate TV demonstrations, drunken parties, and thwarted love.. And that was my idyllic interlude.

original title: Télé gaucho
country: France, Belgium
sales agent: TF1 Studio
year: 2012
genre: fiction
directed by: Michel Leclerc
release date: FR 12/12/2012, BE 02/01/2013
screenplay: Michel Leclerc
cast: Félix Moati, Sara Forestier, Eric Elmosnino, Maïwenn, Emmanuelle Béart, Yannick Choirat
cinematography by: Guillaume Deffontaines
film editing: Annette Dutertre
art director: Stéphane Becimol
costumes designer: Mélanie Gautier
music: Jérôme Bensoussan
producer: Agnès Vallée, Emmanuel Barraux
production: 31 Juin Films, France 3 Cinéma, TF1 Studio Production, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes Cinéma, UGC, Scope Pictures
distributor: UGC Distribution, Les Films de L'Elysée
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