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God Is Great and I'm Not ()

Dieu est grand, je suis toute petite (original title)
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Michèle, 20 years old, feels terrible after having broken up with her boy-friend. She meets Francois, who's a veterinarian and jewish. Michèle decides to convert into Judaism because she has... See more »

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Michèle
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François
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Valérie
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Evelyne
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Jean
Cathy Verney ...
Florence
Anna Koch ...
Régine
Max Tzwangue ...
Simon
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Bertrand
Atmen Kelif ...
Ali
Nelly Camara ...
Laetitia
Jean Reichman ...
Joseph
Bruno Slagmulder ...
Fred
Lucien Melki ...
Laurent
Nathalie Levy-Lang ...
Jessica
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Le premier patient
Edwin Gerard ...
Le rabbin
Philippe Guyral ...
Le flic
Laurent Natrella ...
Serge
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Cécile
Nathalie Zemirou ...
Copine cours vie juive
Carole Zarka ...
Copine cours vie juive
Valérie Dashwood ...
Mannequin terrasse
Bruce ...
Le chien
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Paulette Frantz ...
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Directed by

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Pascale Bailly

Written by

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Alain Tasma ... (screenplay)
Pascale Bailly ... (adaptation) &
Pascale Bailly ... (dialogue)
 
Marcia Romano ...

Produced by

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Georges Benayoun ... producer
Christine Gozlan ... executive producer
Françoise Guglielmi ... executive producer
Alain Sarde ... producer

Music by

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Stéphane Malca
Fabrice Naud

Cinematography by

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Antoine Roch

Film Editing by

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Lise Beaulieu
Jean-Pierre Viguie

Editorial Department

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Mylene Azria ... post-production
Eric Dardill ... conforming editor
Béatrice Maleville ... assistant editor
Lise Roure ... conforming editor

Casting By

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Stéphane Foenkinos
Brigitte Moidon

Production Design by

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Denis Mercier

Costume Design by

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Khadija Zeggaï ... (as Khadija Zeggai)

Makeup Department

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Odile Fourquin ... key makeup artist
Christian Gruau ... hair stylist: Audrey Tautou
Sylvie Mathevet ... key hair stylist

Production Management

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Patrice Arrat ... production manager
Eric Bassoff ... post-production manager
Julien Bouley ... unit manager
Capucine Chappuis ... assistant unit manager
Nicolas Daguet ... production manager
Helene Glabeke ... post-production supervisor
Cristobal Matheron ... assistant unit manager
Alain Monne ... production manager
Francis Poignard ... assistant unit manager
Murielle Thierrin ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Christine Campion ... assistant director
Zazie Carcedo ... first assistant director
Franck Gauthier ... second assistant director
Virginie Guillot ... second assistant director
Philippe Letode ... second assistant director
Laurent Perreau ... assistant director

Art Department

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Dominique Antraygues ... key painter
Pierre Cotte ... construction coordinator
David D'Aquaro ... property master
Irène Galitzine ... key painter
Sébastien Grangereau ... assistant art director
Jean-Pierre Ledept ... painter
Herald Najar ... assistant decorator
Jacques Pélissier ... art department assistant
Valérie Rozanes ... assistant art director

Sound Department

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Jean-Luc Audy ... sound
Sylviane Bouget ... sound effects editor
Olivier Busson ... boom operator
André Cappello ... sound recordist
Caroline Chatriot ... sound editor
Jean-Pierre Houël ... post-synchronization
François Lepeuple ... foley artist
Olivier Marlangeon ... assistant foley artist
Pascal Mazière ... foley artist
Fabrice Naud ... sound editor
Gérard Rousseau ... sound mixer
Hervé Roux ... sound consultant: DTS
Nathalie Vidal ... sound recordist
Jean-Alexandre Villemer ... sound recordist
Pascal Vuillemin ... sound recordist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Alessio Anzalone ... gaffer
Pascale Bailly ... still photographer
Stéphane Bourgoin ... electrician
Mathieu Caudroy ... steadicam operator
Nathalie Eno ... still photographer
Gérard Figuerola ... Steadicam operator
Olivier Goelen ... grip
Léopold Gomez ... gaffer (as Leo Gomez)
Céline Guenancia ... second assistant camera
René Haan ... additional electrician
Frédérique Le Hir ... electrician
Valentin Monge ... Steadicam operator
Pierre Souchar ... assistant camera
Jean-Baptiste Thibaud ... steadicam operator
Emmanuel Van Wambeke ... key grip

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nathalie Clavier ... costumer

Music Department

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Christine Catherin ... assistant music supervisor
Eric Michon ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Franck Belaiche ... production assistant (as Franck Prince)
Thierry Chapat ... administrator
Sandra Cohen ... financial director
Irene de Balasy ... production secretary
Julie Flament ... production secretary
Josiane Morand ... script supervisor
Audrey Tautou ... handwriting
Jerôme Vimard ... group man

Thanks

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Emma de Caunes ... thanks
Claude Lanzmann ... thanks
Mathilde Seigner ... an enormous thank you

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Plot Summary

Michèle, 20 years old, feels terrible after having broken up with her boy-friend. She meets Francois, who's a veterinarian and jewish. Michèle decides to convert into Judaism because she has to believe in something, if not in someone. Written by anonymous

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Also Known As
  • God Is Great, I'm Not (United States)
  • God Is Great and I'm Not (United States)
  • Unglaublich (Germany)
  • Dios es grande, yo soy pequeña (Spain)
  • Dios es grande, yo soy pequeña (Argentina)
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  • 95 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend France $823,662, 28 Sep 2001

Did You Know?

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Movie Connections Features To Be or Not to Be (1942). See more »
Crazy Credits In the end credits, François says, "Michelle, did you do that on purpose?" See more »
Quotes Michèle: Read it... Read it... This is really good. This one, too. All books on the Holocaust.
François: The Shoah.
Michèle: When did the Holocaust go out? I've always heard Holocaust.
François: They say Shoah.
Michèle: Everyone says Holocaust.
François: Michèle, Holocaust means an accepted religious sacrifice. It was a Shoah, a genocide, not an offering to God.
Michèle: That TV series was called Holocaust. TV is serious stuff.
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