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Grégoire Moulin contre l'humanité (2001)

Grégoire Moulin, a shy accountant, sets up a blind date with a dance teacher at a bar. What he needed to do was just to cross the road. But it didn't happen to be as easy as it seems ... See full summary »

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Artus de Penguern
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Artus de Penguern Artus de Penguern ... Grégoire Moulin
Pascale Arbillot ... Odile Bonheur / Emma Bovary
Élisabeth Vitali Élisabeth Vitali ... Hélène
Antoine Duléry ... Emmanuel Lacarrière
Didier Bénureau Didier Bénureau ... Jean-François
Marie-Armelle Deguy Marie-Armelle Deguy ... Solange
Serge Riaboukine Serge Riaboukine ... Le chauffeur de taxi
François Berland François Berland ... Le patron du Penalty
Clovis Cornillac ... Jacky
Philippe Magnan Philippe Magnan ... Jérôme, le Commissaire
Rémy Roubakha Rémy Roubakha ... Un policier
Michel Bompoil Michel Bompoil ... Adolf Hitler
Thomas Chabrol ... Rodolphe
François Levantal François Levantal ... Le vindicatif à la pizza
Jérôme L'hotsky Jérôme L'hotsky ... Le cosmonaute / voix du commentateur sportif
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Storyline

Grégoire Moulin, a shy accountant, sets up a blind date with a dance teacher at a bar. What he needed to do was just to cross the road. But it didn't happen to be as easy as it seems especially because of the final game of French soccer championship the very same night! Written by eugenep13

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

24 October 2001 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Gregoir Moulin a világ ellen See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

| (DVD)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Visa d'exploitation en France #96715 See more »

Crazy Credits

At the end of the final credits it says that all animals, actors and technicians were beaten and abused and just loved it. See more »

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References Madame Bovary (1934) See more »

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a really bad day turns funny!!!
14 February 2003 | by loveincminorSee all my reviews

Kind of bizarre, the film seems to be a real bad one (when i see the trailer), but from the beginning til the end I had a lot of fun! For me some scenes are really really cult! It s the first time that the actor Didier Benureau (french comic) had a really interresting character as a perverse bisexual "bourgeois". the realisator of this movie play also in "le fabuleux destin d amelie poulain" .. he played the writer who had never been published....!


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