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The Cannes Kids 

The boys are in Cannes trying to seal the deal on Meddellin with big studio before the screening, while Yair Marx tries to buy them out with loads of cash. Meanwhile Johnny Drama finds his "true love".

Director:

Mark Mylod

Writers:

Doug Ellin (created by), Doug Ellin | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kevin Connolly ... Eric Murphy
Adrian Grenier ... Vincent Chase
Kevin Dillon ... Johnny 'Drama' Chase
Jerry Ferrara ... Turtle
Perrey Reeves ... Mrs. Ari (credit only)
Jeremy Piven ... Ari Gold
Rex Lee ... Lloyd
Rhys Coiro ... Billy Walsh
Constance Zimmer ... Dana Gordon
Assaf Cohen ... Yair Marx
Brandon Quinn ... Tom
Julia Levy-Boeken ... Jacqueline
William Abadie ... Hotel Manager
Philippe Bergeron ... Press Moderator
Maury Chaykin ... Harvey Weingard
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Storyline

The boys arrived in Cannes and it seems like a dream come true. Drama has some trouble with his room, because he has none. When Drama meets a female fan of his show "Vinking Quest", he has to stretch time until he gets a room and they can go there. When he finally gets a room it is one that does not live up to his expectations. Yair offers the boys money if they want to sell it, but they refuse. Eric is worried about this, because he and Vince put their own money in it and it is not clear if they will ever get it back. Ari tries to convince Nick Rubinstein, who had to stay at home, that they will get a better offer, but Nick is also worried. Ari also ties to hype this movie by calling Lloyd on his vacation and telling him that he wants him to tell everyone about "Medellin". At the "Medellin" press conference, Ari meets Dana and tells her that he is about to sell "Medellin" Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Comedy | Drama

Certificate:

TV-MA | See all certifications »
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Language:

English

Release Date:

2 September 2007 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

The following credits for "Medellin" are visible on the theater screen when the Canes screening ends: Massimo Pinsky (co-producer); Giuliana Uccelli (art director); James Hayes (unit production manager); Enid Zimmerman and (illegible) (first assistant directors); Ana Lucia Pajuelo and Rebecca Ritchie (set decorators); Monica Nemi (costume designer); Jane (?) Artura (key makeup artist). See more »

Quotes

Yair Marx: Ari, please tell these boys how much money I have.
Ari: Too much, but what you don't have is distribution.
Yair Marx: Ah, I do now. I'm announcing it tomorrow. I'm sinking 100 mil into a new outlet. I hired the head of Pixar marketing. You know, the girl who did Nemo. I love that fish. I'm very real. I want Medellin to be my first real acquisition.
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References Finding Nemo (2003) See more »

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Fashion
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Written by Lewis Edwards, Luciana Caporaso, Michael Gray and Nick Clow
Performed by Koolwah
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Fairly disappointing
4 September 2007 | by thejacksonlpSee all my reviews

I know I'm repeating myself but, I am fairly disappointed with the conclusion of this season.

I think this season has definitely been the weakest of the show so far. Having said that, I still find it hysterically funny, engaging and it still remains my favorite show on TV at the moment.

This episode kind of sums up this whole season, just when you think it's going somewhere great, it just kind of shrugs it all off and ends up somewhere familiar.

And when it does go somewhere new, you feel like you don't want to go there, the romance that develops between Drama and the French beauty Jacquline is fun to start but manifests itself to a point that you might start getting annoyed and wondering what ever happened to the Drama that would mock E for not having "the sport-f***ing gene".

The bidding for Meddiln between Yair Marx and everyone else was great and the actual screening and aftermath of movie was just as good. But it ends on the kind of mediocre note that doesn't leave you feeling particularly psyched about the next season.

Despite all this, I'm still looking forward to the next season, but it really could signed off on a stronger note.


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