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Jet Lag (2002) More at IMDbPro »Décalage horaire (original title)

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Jet Lag -- Pampered beauty queen Rose (Binoche) and over-stressed insomniac Felix (Reno) have only one thing in common: they're through with bad relationships and have both sworn off the opposite sex.
Jet Lag -- aka Décalage Horaire
Jet Lag -- A worn-out businessman and a beautician on the run collide in a Paris airport. Love arrives, all its hurdles be damned.

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Release Date:
30 October 2002 (Belgium) See more »
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The battle of the sexes just got sexier.
Plot:
A worn-out businessman and a beautician on the run collide in a Paris airport. Love arrives, all its hurdles be damned. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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a real charmer See more (43 total) »

Cast

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Juliette Binoche ... Rose

Jean Reno ... Félix

Sergi López ... Sergio
Scali Delpeyrat ... The Doctor
Karine Belly ... Air France Attendant
Raoul Billerey ... Félix's Father
Nadège Beausson-Diagne ... A Roissy Passenger

Alice Taglioni ... Ground Hostess
Jérôme Keen ... The Concierge
Sébastien Lalanne ... The Barman
Michel Lepriol ... The Waiter
Mbembo ... Post Office Employee
Laurence Colussi ... Hostess
Lucy Harrison ... Hostess
Rebecca Steele ... Hostess
Thiam Aïssatou ... Hostess (as Thiam)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Édouard Daladier ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Larry King ... Himself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Directed by
Danièle Thompson 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Christopher Thompson 
Danièle Thompson 

Produced by
Christine Gozlan .... executive producer
Alain Sarde .... producer
 
Original Music by
Eric Serra 
 
Cinematography by
Patrick Blossier 
 
Film Editing by
Sylvie Landra 
 
Casting by
Gérard Moulévrier 
 
Production Design by
Michèle Abbé-Vannier  (as Michèle Abbé)
 
Costume Design by
Elisabeth Tavernier 
 
Makeup Department
Aurora Bergere .... makeup artist
Karina Gruais .... makeup artist: Jean Reno
Patrice Iva .... hair stylist: Jean Reno
Agathe Moro .... hair stylist: Juliette Binoche
Thibault Vabre .... makeup artist: Juliette Binoche
 
Production Management
Jean-Jacques Albert .... production manager
Helene Glabeke .... post-production supervisor
François Menny .... unit manager
Antonio Tavares-Monteiro .... assistant unit manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Denis Bergonhe .... first assistant director
Raphaëlle Bruyas .... trainee assistant director
Elizabeth Marre .... second assistant director
Emmanuel Murat .... trainee assistant director
Charles Senard .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Alain Chaudet .... carpenter
François Combastel .... construction coordinator
François Combastel .... head carpenter
Alain Dufrenoy .... painter
Patrick Galesne .... painter
Michel Grimaud .... property master
Virginie Le Romain .... assistant to art director
Philippe Margottin .... props
Antoine Martial .... carpenter
Georges Mougine .... upholsterer (as Georges Mouginé)
Laurent Ott .... first assistant decorator
Patrick Veron .... construction manager (as Patrick Véron)
Liliane Vos-Conil .... head painter
Catherine Werner Schmit .... set decorator (as Catherine Werner-Schmidt)
 
Sound Department
Vincent Arnardi .... sound re-recording mixer
Guillaume Bouchateau .... supervising sound editor
Christophe Bourreau .... foley artist
Vincent Breau .... boom operator
Annabel Callard .... assistant post-synchronization
Bernard Chaumeil .... boom operator
Toni Di Rocco .... sound recordist
Eric Ferret .... foley engineer
Isabelle Filippi .... post-synchronization
Michel Filippi .... adr supervisor
Pierre Gamet .... sound
Tristan Jaoul .... sound recordist
Jean-Louis Lebras .... boom operator
Guillaume Leriche .... sound re-recording mixer
Francis Perrard .... sound stereo consultant: Dolby (as Francis Perreard)
Alexis Place .... assistant sound editor
Gréggory Poncelet .... sound recordist
Macdara Smith .... foley assistant
Jacques Thomas-Gérard .... post-synchronization engineer
 
Special Effects by
Pierre Foury .... special effects
Jean-Pierre Grandet .... special effects
Daniel Lenoir .... special effects
 
Visual Effects by
Christophe Belena .... scan and conforming technician
Lucie Bories .... digital compositor
Andre Brizard .... graphic designer (as André Brizard)
Alain Carsoux .... visual effects supervisor
Neal Dan .... digital artist
Séverine De Wever .... production coordinator
Thierry Delobel .... graphic designer
Stephane Dittoo .... digital effects
François Dupuy .... digital transfers
Xavier Fourmond .... digital compositor
Rip Hampton O'Neil .... technical director: DuboiColor
Abdel Ali Kassou .... processing: DuboiColor
Aurelie Lajoux .... digital compositor
Bruno Le Provost .... graphic designer
Tina Lin .... scanning and conforming technician
Dan Neal .... digital artist
Marc Paccosi .... graphic designer (as Marco Paccosi)
Daniel Trujillo .... digital effects artist
Edouard Valton .... visual effects producer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Gilles Allou .... key grip
Jérôme Alméras .... camera operator
Stéphane Birzin .... grip
Eric Blanckaert .... assistant camera
Tranquillo Cimenti .... grip
Emmanuel Hauvel .... electrician
Pascal Henin .... electrician (as Pascal Hénin)
Iwao Kawasaki .... assistant camera: Mexico
Emilie de la Hosseraye .... still photographer
Amandine Lacape .... assistant camera
Christophe Lunay .... grip
Rachid Madaoui .... gaffer
Laurent Martin .... additional grip
Nils Moreau .... grip
Adam Rózanski .... Steadicam operator
Marion Stalens .... still photographer
Patrick Tombette .... key grip
Yves Vandersmissen .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Camille Bonvallet .... extras casting assistant
Evy Figliolini .... extras casting
Christine Haym .... casting assistant
Karine Raphaël .... casting assistant (as Karin Pinchon-Raphaël)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Françoise Attal Roth .... costumer
Thierry Delettre .... key costumer
Laurence Glentzin .... wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Juliette Garcias .... assistant editor
Soline Guyonneau .... first assistant editor
Isabelle Lepicier .... assistant editor
Delphine Lermite .... assistant editor
Jean-René Nébot .... digital color timer
Bruno Patin .... color timer
 
Music Department
Sébastien Cortella .... music assistant
Valérie Lindon .... music producer
Valérie Lindon .... music supervisor
Didier Lozahic .... score mixer
Nicolas Meyer .... music mixer
 
Other crew
Valérie Arroyo .... production administrator
Laure Blaess .... production administrator
Marylène Dastugue .... production secretary
Carole Fevre .... script supervisor
Lina Martins .... assistant: Juliette Binoche
Dominique Segall .... unit publicist
Charles Senard .... additional location scout
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Décalage horaire" - France (original title)
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MPAA:
Rated R for language and brief sexuality
Runtime:
91 min
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Trivia:
Danièle Thompson originally wrote this script in the early 1990s for Hollywood production and with the leading male character as an American. With her son, Christopher Thompson, she reworked the script into this version.See more »
Goofs:
Factual errors: American Airlines does not fly to Munich from Paris.See more »
Quotes:
Felix:[about some un-fresh ham] Il est mort pour rien ce cochon ! (This pig is dead for nothing)See more »
Movie Connections:
References "The Sopranos" (1999)See more »
Soundtrack:
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20 out of 22 people found the following review useful.
a real charmer, 16 May 2004
Author: Roland E. Zwick (magneteach@aol.com) from United States

`Jet Lag' is a French romantic comedy that takes place almost entirely in an airport terminal and an airport hotel. Juliette Binoche and Jean Reno are two strangers who meet at the Paris airport and end up sharing a room when all flights are cancelled due to an air traffic controllers strike (think of how this affair would have been thwarted had Reagan been France's president at the time!). Rose and Felix are both riddled with insecurities and anxieties, having been largely unlucky in the ways of love. Yet, after some predictable initial tension between them, they somehow manage to find a mutual strength – and attraction - in their combined weaknesses.

`Jet Lag' is so simple and unassuming in its early stages that we are amazed to discover, about a third of the way through, just how completely it has managed to sneak up on us and win us over. Unlike most American romantic comedies, `Jet Lag' allows its characters to actually talk and get to know one another. It sure doesn't hurt, of course, that Binoche and Reno are such talented, attractive performers who establish an astonishing rapport in their scenes together. Sure, the plotting isn't exactly believable, but when is that ever the case in a film of this type anyway? The thing that matters is that we like the people we have become involved with and that we can accept, if only for just a moment, the possibility that they might be able to find happiness together. That is certainly the case in this film. (If there is a criticism to be leveled against the film, it is that it is simply too short, clocking in at barely over 80 minutes. How many films can one say THAT about?).

`Jet Lag' could have been a completely insubstantial little film; instead, it resonates with a joyfulness and charm that truly captivate the viewer. This is a winner well worth checking out.

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