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Un illustre inconnu (2014)

Sébastien Nicolas, realtor, leads a dull existence and gets used to disguising himself to take on the appearance of the characters he meets.

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Sébastien Nicolas / Henri de Montalte
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Clémence Corneli
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Capitaine Deveaux
Diego Le Martret ...
Vincent Corneli (as Hugo Le Martret)
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Elizabeth Traven
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Le prêtre
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Pierre Chambard
Geneviève Mnich ...
Hélène Nicolas, la mère
Bernard Murat ...
Henri de Montalte (voice)
Dimitri Storoge ...
Charles Beaumont
Sophie Cattani ...
Marion, la soeur
Mounia Raoui ...
L'adjointe de Deveaux
Matthieu Rozé ...
Bertrand, le vendeur Fnac
Hichem Yacoubi ...
Mourad, aux Alcooliques Anonymes
Martin Pautard ...
Paul Roumagnac / Doublure Sébastien Nicolas
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Sébastien Nicolas, realtor, leads a dull existence and gets used to disguising himself to take on the appearance of the characters he meets.

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A híres ismeretlen  »

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Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64
Written by Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy
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What a wicked little movie
27 June 2016 | by See all my reviews

Sometimes an idea can be overwhelming and the weight of it might crush the whole movie underneath it. Other times it just might be the right director and actor doing that stuff with a script that is tight and lean (and mean of course). This is one of those times. It's not easy to watch at times, especially because of the blandness of the main character. But this is a deliberate method/tool and it's supposed to feel that way for the viewer.

Indeed some may feel that there are not enough emotions in this and that's I reckon a fair criticism. It's more a movie for the head, if you want to call it that. But what it does with your head, especially concerning the twists and the whole "Who am I?" identity thing that is going on ... It's superb execution and it really had me at the edge of my seat!


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