FBI agents, Bullit and Riper are investigating the murder of the young stripper Pamela Rose, found murdered in a hotel room in Bornsville, a small American city without stories.

Director:

Éric Lartigau (as Eric Lartigau)

Writers:

Olivier Baroux (as Olivier), Kad Merad (as Kad) | 1 more credit »
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Credited cast:
Kad Merad ... Richard Bullit (as Kad)
Olivier Baroux Olivier Baroux ... Douglas Riper (as Olivier)
Gérard Darmon ... Phil Canon
Jean-Paul Rouve ... Le shérif Steve Marley
Bénédicte Loyen Bénédicte Loyen ... Ginger
Lionel Abelanski ... Thomas Filbee
Julie Bataille Julie Bataille ... Pamela Rose
Manuel Le Lièvre Manuel Le Lièvre ... Luke Ribisi
Greg Germain Greg Germain ... Johnson
François Cluzet ... Gibson
Alain Chabat ... Peter Mc Gray
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Hassen Brahiti Hassen Brahiti
Jean-Noël Brouté Jean-Noël Brouté ... Le médecin légiste
José Exposito José Exposito ... Le routier aux Ray Ban
Marina Foïs ... La cliente de la pharmacie
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FBI agents, Bullit and Riper are investigating the murder of the young stripper Pamela Rose, found murdered in a hotel room in Bornsville, a small American city without stories.

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Comedy

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Éric Lartigau: on the phone, to the right of the door when Douglas Ripper leaves the toilets in the club See more »

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What a great comedy!
17 July 2005 | by madscientist__See all my reviews

I watched this film totally by accident on a TV channel and I was mesmerized by how funny it was. The whole thing was so surreal (everybody in the US speaking French for example). I just have to share this one bit with you. The two FBI agents are in the car and one says something like "We can go faster" and he takes out of his pocket an audio tape on which he has recorded the sound of the engine of a Ferrari cabrio he was previously on. He puts the tape in the tape recorder and just because of the Ferrari sound the car he is currently driving went faster.

I was laughing my head off and it was one of the funniest and most unexpected things that I ve seen in a movie.And guess what this movie is full of such moments.

As luck would have it I had rented "Dodgeball" the day before...and there really is no comparison to the pacing and the quality of the jokes. This little French movie is simply amazing in my book (and I didn't even watch the first 30 mins or so that the reviewer said were even funnier,lol) Probably it is hard to find (I watched it under the English title "Bullit and Ripper") but the Greek translation was actually of the original French title displayed above.


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Official Sites:

Gaumont [France]

Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

4 June 2003 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Bullit & Riper See more »

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Budget:

EUR5,210,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$5,357,190
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2.35 : 1
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