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JEAN-PHILIPPE

by Laurent Tuel

synopsis

A fan wakes up one day in a world where Johnny Hallyday doesn’t exist. In despair, he investigates and finds Jean-Philippe Smet (Johnny Hallyday’s real name), owner of a bowling alley in the French suburbs and tries to convince him to become Johnny. A task that brings together their two children: a girl of 16 going through a gothic phase and a boy in his Rasta period.

original title: Jean-Philippe
country: France
sales agent: StudioCanal
year: 2005
genre: fiction
directed by: Laurent Tuel
film run: 90'
release date: BE 05/04/2006, FR 05/04/2006
screenplay: Christophe Turpin
cast: Fabrice Luchini, Johnny Hallyday, Jacky Berroyer, Caroline Cellier, Antoine Duléry, Barbara Schulz, Guilaine Londez
cinematography by: Denis Rouden
film editing: Valérie Deseine
art director: Arnaud de Moléron
costumes designer: Pascaline Chavanne
music: André Manoukian
producer: Olivier Delbosc, Marc Missonnier, Marc Fiszman
production: Fidélité Films, StudioCanal, Bankable (FR)
distributor: Mars Films Distribution
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