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Angel & Tony (2010)

Angèle et Tony (original title)
Angèle, a beautiful young woman with a past, arrives in a small fishing harbor in Normandy. She meets Tony, a professional fisherman, who finds himself attracted to her although he dislikes... See full summary »


Alix Delaporte


Alix Delaporte (scenario), Alain Le Henry (scenario consultant)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Clotilde Hesme ... Angèle
Grégory Gadebois ... Tony Vialet (as Grégory Gadebois de la Comédie Française)
Evelyne Didi ... Myriam, la mère de Tony
Jérôme Huguet Jérôme Huguet ... Ryan, le frère de Tony
Antoine Couleau Antoine Couleau ... Yohan, le fils d'Angèle
Patrick Descamps ... Le grand-père de Yohan
Patrick Ligardes Patrick Ligardes ... Le conseiller d'insertion
Lola Dueñas ... Anabel
Elsa Bouchain Elsa Bouchain ... La juge
Marc Bodnar Marc Bodnar ... Le mari d'Anabel
Corine Marienneau Corine Marienneau ... La grand-mère de Yohan
Antoine Laurent Antoine Laurent ... Le vigile
Farid Larbi ... Le commissaire
Tracy Tracy ... Le jeune asiatique
Rama Grinberg Rama Grinberg ... La copine de Ryan


Angèle, a beautiful young woman with a past, arrives in a small fishing harbor in Normandy. She meets Tony, a professional fisherman, who finds himself attracted to her although he dislikes her blunt ways. Tony hires her as a fishmonger, lodges her and teaches her the tricks of the trade. The relationships between Myriam, Tony's mother, and Angèle are far from easy but the young woman gradually adapts to her new environment and little by little Tony and Angèle manage to tame each other... Written by Guy Bellinger

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French visa # 123158. See more »


Dès que le vent soufflera
Written by Renaud
From album "Morgane de toi" (1983)
Sung by Grégory Gadebois
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12 March 2011 | by Felix-28See all my reviews

I was hoping this film would be good and I wasn't at all disappointed. It was lovely.

I saw Clotilde Hesme in Le fils de l'épicier, another little charmer. Her smile lit up the screen in that one, and it does the same in this one. She's an excellent actress. The acting is all good, actually.

The story is simple, and predictable enough if you want to predict things, but it's very nicely told, with delightful understatement and restraint. The film is beautifully photographed, again with great restraint, so that the beauty of the northern sea and sky and the pale and subtle colours of the landscape are allowed to emerge and speak for themselves.

The film doesn't pretend to be anything more than a simple romance. It certainly doesn't pretend to be great. But it is in fact very good.

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Release Date:

26 January 2011 (France) See more »

Also Known As:

Angèle e Tony See more »

Filming Locations:

Caen, Calvados, France See more »


Box Office


EUR1,300,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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Technical Specs


Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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