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AUGUST 15TH

by Patrick Alessandrin

synopsis

Three men are abandonned by their wives for a few days in the summer holidays. They are alone with five kids to feed and a house to maintain. And they will learn what they did wrong with their wives.

international title: AUGUST 15TH
original title: 15 AOÛT
country: France
sales agent: EuropaCorp
year: 2001
genre: fiction
directed by: Patrick Alessandrin
film run: 92'
release date: FR 18/04/01, BE 23/05/01, IS 12/03/02, PT 26/07/02, BG 06/12/02, IT 08/08/03
screenplay: Lisa Alessandrin
cast: Richard Berry, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Charles Berling, Ludmila Mikaël, Selma El Mouissi, Manon Gaurin, Thomas Goulard
cinematography by: Damien Morizot
film editing: Yann Malcor
art director: Giuseppe Ponturo
costumes designer: Martine Rapin
producer: Luc Besson
production: TF1 Films Production, EuropaCorp
distributor: EuropaCorp Distribution, Cinéart (BE), Good Time (IS), Lusomundo (PT), Vadi Van Kris (BG), 01 Distribution (IT)
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