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France Five (2000)

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Cast overview:
Sébastien Ruchet Sébastien Ruchet ... Antoine Deschaumes / Red Fromage
Grégory Goldberg Grégory Goldberg ... Thierry Durand / Black Beaujolais
Daniel Andreyev Daniel Andreyev ... Albert Dumas / Blue Accordéon
Thomas Blumberg Thomas Blumberg ... Jean Pétri / Yellow Baguette
Wendy Roeltgen Wendy Roeltgen ... Catherine Martin / Pink à la Mode
Grégoire Hellot Grégoire Hellot ... Aramis Leclair / Silver Mousquetaire
Tibor Clerdouet Tibor Clerdouet ... Professor Aristide Brugonde
David Guélou David Guélou ... Glou Man Chou
Emilie Thore Emilie Thore ... Margarine
Nadège Bessaguet Nadège Bessaguet ... Extasy
Jean-Marc Imbert Jean-Marc Imbert ... Warduke
Olivier Fallaix Olivier Fallaix ... Cancrelax
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

2000 (France) See more »

Filming Locations:

Paris, France

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Budget:

€5,000 (estimated)
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Buki X4 See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Cancrelax: Gozo Bozo Bos! Evil is here, evil is great!
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References Super Electronic Bioman (1984) See more »

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Sentai power
28 April 2004 | by CyberlapinouSee all my reviews

The Power Rangers, edited from a Japanese TV series, made the sentai genre popular around: five young people gifted with super powers and colourful costumes struggle against vicious aliens.

Created by a bunch of French animefans, France Five appears as a parody but is rather a sincere homage to the sentai genre, every visual and narrative code is fully respected and adapted to French clichés (wine, cheese, bread, the Eiffel tower), with a low budget and a non professional crew, but an impressive energy.

This first episode is still flawed (photography, costumes) but full of ideas and potential. The three next episodes (there should be 5) only go better technically, with impressive special effects, fight choreography and a real dramaturgy.

Definitely a cult movie for all fans of sentai, animes and video games!


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