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C'est pas moi, c'est l'autre (2004)

An awkward robber named Vincent Papineau seizes a cheap painting during a burgling of routine in Montreal. Reselling for a bread bite, he learns that it concealed 50 000$ dissimulated in ... See full summary »

Director:

Alain Zaloum

Writers:

Vince Di Clemente (contributing writer), Luis Furtado | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Roy Dupuis ... Vincent Papineau / Claude Laurin
Anémone ... Carlotta Luciani
Michel Muller ... Marius
Lucie Laurier ... Lucie
Alan Shearman ... Greene
Luck Mervil ... Dieudonné
Benoît Brière ... Michel Van Der Loo
Ghyslain Tremblay ... Le fidèle suicidaire
Raymond Cloutier ... Lévesque
Caroline Néron ... Laurence
Annie Dufresne ... La blonde de Claude
Emmanuel Auger ... Fabien
Roc LaFortune ... Joe
Martin Thibaudeau ... Potvin
Louis-Georges Girard ... Le concierge
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An awkward robber named Vincent Papineau seizes a cheap painting during a burgling of routine in Montreal. Reselling for a bread bite, he learns that it concealed 50 000$ dissimulated in it's frame and that it belonged in fact to a certain Carlo, boss of the Marseillaise Maffia. In fact, the name of Carlo is the diminutive of... Carlotta Luciani, expert in vendettas. Carlotta launches out the search of her painting, in company of Marius, her henchman. The chance smile to Vincent, disguised as a priest to escape his prosecutors, he is noticed by two police officers who mistake him for Claude Laurin, a colleague of the "brigade" that everyone believed on vacation. Conscious that it will be uncovered at the return of the true cop Claude Laurin of which he usurped the identity, Vincent profits from it to elaborate an incredible plan with his friend Dieudonné. Written by <seb@st-red.com>

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Comedy

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Did You Know?

Connections

Remake of C'est pas moi, c'est l'autre (1962) See more »

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Piwouli
Written & Performed by Luck Mervil
Éditions Jajou Productions
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Enjoyable !
17 January 2005 | by destroye7-1See all my reviews

I was pleased by the acting. Roy Dupuis did a really great job. Even if you saw one of the two character that he played (most of the movie) you could tell the difference between them. Lucie Laurier played a very interesting character. You can see the progression of her character during the movie. I loved Michel Muller even if I didn't understand half of what he was saying during the movie (French accent from Marseille). It's a good comedy for the whole family.

Some of the jokes are predictable but you'll get a good laugh anyways. Most of the things happened like a coincidence but, again, it's a comedy, not Napoleon's life !! I guess that if you like Quebec's filmmakers, you would like this one. I think if you liked La Florida you will enjoy that movie. I didn't saw the original one(1962) but I might try to rent it. It is worth seeing !


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Country:

Canada | France | UK

Language:

French

Release Date:

6 April 2008 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Cop, the Criminal and the Clown See more »

Filming Locations:

Montréal, Québec, Canada

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Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$3,935, 8 April 2007

Gross USA:

$3,935

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$3,935
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(Québec)

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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