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Féroce (2002)

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Alain
Jean-Marc Thibault ...
Hugues-Henry Lègle, le chef
Bernard Le Coq ...
Cervois
Claire Keim ...
Lucie
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Inspecteur de police
Philippe Magnan ...
Trabile
Nils Tavernier ...
Jean, le journaliste
Alika Del Sol ...
Amina
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Clément
Dominique Guillo ...
Debourguen
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Zébulon, la conseillère en communication
Antonio Ferreira ...
Hubert
Josselin Siassia ...
Honoré, le cuisinier noir
Younesse Boudache ...
Moktar
Mostéfa Stiti ...
Le père d'Alain
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17 April 2002 (France)  »

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Ferocious  »

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Idiotic
2 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

This movie aims at being a pamphlet against the french far right, as the character of demagogue politician Hugues-Henry Lègle is an obvious caricature of real-life right-wing leader Jean-Marie Le Pen. Alas, the movie is a mish-mash of ludicrous clichés, and reads more like a bad comic book written by some naïve leftist. The "fascists" here look more like the ones leftists see in their nightmares. In the end, the movie does a disservice to the cause it purports to serve, as it makes Le Pen and co look sympathetic by being the targets of such a ridiculous turkey. The only saving grace is the good performance, as Lègle, of Jean-Marc Thibault, an veteran comic actor more often seen in low-brow sitcoms.


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