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The Corsican File (2004)

L'enquête corse (original title)
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Rémi François is a detective who is hired to find Ange Leoni, a Corsican who apparently has inherited a 2 million euros house.


Alain Berbérian


Christian Clavier, Michel Delgado (adaptation) | 1 more credit »





Cast overview, first billed only:
Christian Clavier ... Rémi François, dit Jack Palmer
Jean Reno ... Ange Leoni
Caterina Murino ... Léa
Didier Flamand Didier Flamand ... Dargent
Pierre Salasca Pierre Salasca ... Matéo
Eric Fraticelli Eric Fraticelli ... Figoli (as Pido)
Alain Maratrat Alain Maratrat ... De Vlaminck
François Orsoni François Orsoni ... Balducci
Nathanaël Maïni Nathanaël Maïni ... Grappa
Albert Dray Albert Dray ... Le capitaine de gendarmerie
Daniel Delorme Daniel Delorme ... Doumé
Guy Cimino Guy Cimino ... Borgnoli
Jo Fondacci Jo Fondacci ... Diazep
Philippe Guerrini Philippe Guerrini ... Le Marseillais
Tzek Tzek ... Bruno


Rémi François is a detective who is hired to find Ange Leoni, a Corsican who apparently has inherited a 2 million euros house.

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Action | Comedy | Crime


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It's alright
31 March 2017 | by josephmpappSee all my reviews

Christian Clavier does well when he plays a normal guy and his character works. Jack Palmer (Remi François) is about as straight and narrow as they come. He's good at his job and he doesn't get too distracted. The opening sequence does well to establish his character. He gets pulled into the criminal world of Corsica as he searches for Ange Leoni to let him know about a 2 million euro inheritance.

Catherine Munro is Gorgeous. I couldn't take my eyes off of her for the whole film. She plays Lea, the sister of Agne Leoni (played by Jean Reno). Lea is a smart and beautiful woman who takes a liking to Remi and that doesn't bode well for Ange. As Remi and Lea become closer, Ange becomes more upset and pulls Remi further into the Corsica lifestyle. It's got some good humor and beautiful scenery.

But it falls apart. Some of the jokes and editing don't work for the story. The acting, as far as I can tell, is decent. It's just not as good as it could be. There's something about the flow of scenes that falls short and it doesn't pay off in most scenes. In the end, you would do well to enjoy the scenery (I'm talking Catherine Munro), but you wouldn't be missing much if you didn't watch the whole film.

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French | Corsican | Italian

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6 October 2004 (France) See more »

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